LMS Midlands regional meeting on representation theory in modern mathematics

Tuesday 14th June 2011

School of Mathematics

University of Birmingham

From 1pm
Arrival
Tea/Coffee
2pm
Opening of meeting
Miles Reid (Warwick)
Rings and varieties
3:15pm
Shaun Stevens (East Anglia)
Representations of p-adic groups and the local Langlands conjectures
4:15pm
Tea/Coffee
4:45pm
Catharina Stroppel (Bonn)
Algebraic categorification: ideas and examples
5:45pm
Wine reception and poster display.
6:30pm
Dinner at University Staff House
All talks are in LRA in the Watson building and Tea/Coffee will be available in the maths learning centre on the first floor.
If you would are planning to attend the meeting like to attend, then please email Simon Goodwin saying whether you would like to come to the dinner.
The approximate cost of dinner will be 30 (15 for postgraduate students).

There will be a poster display and competition. All PhD students are encouraged to display a poster. This offers an excellent opportunity for you to show off your research, and gives you a chance to win a prize.

There will be a subsequent workshop on representation theory beginning on the morning of Wednesday 15th June and running until lunchtime on Saturday 18th June.

There is funding available to support expenses of postgrads, postdocs and LMS members please email Simon Goodwin to enquire.

Travel information

Accommodation information

Organizers: Simon Goodwin (Birmingham) and Dmitriy Rumynin (Warwick).
Supported by
London Mathematical Society
Birmingham Mathematical Institute
and
EPSRC Network Grant EP/F029381/1
Representation Theory Across the Channel