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March
Friday
12th
Marcos Soriano
A homological interpretation of Schur elements
Friday
19th
Andrew Mathas
Elementary divisors of Specht modules
Friday
26th
Alexander Ivanov
Tri-extraspecial groups
April
Friday
2nd
Hershel Farkas
Theta functions - conformal mapping through combinatorial number theory
Friday
16th
Yuri Bahturin
Group gradings on simple algebras
Friday
23rd
Joost van Hamel
Extended Albanese motives and the arithmetic of linear algebraic groups
Friday
30th
Catherine Greenhill
Random regular graphs
May
Friday
7th
Alex Molev
Casimir elements for some graded Lie algebras and superalgebras
Friday
14th
Andrew Mathas
Rouquier blocks of symmetric groups
Friday
28th
Alison Parker
Homomorphisms and higher Ext groups for Schur algebras and symmetric groups
June
Friday
4th
Matt Fayers
Irreducible Specht modules for symmetric groups
Friday
11th
Jie Du
Infinitesimal quantum gl
_{n}
and little q-Schur algebras
Friday
18th
Xiaoping Xu
Path hypergeometric functions and representations of gl(n)
July
Friday
30th
Anthony Henderson
Localization in characteristic
p
: an introduction
August
Friday
13th
John Enyang
On the Semisimplicity of the Brauer and Birman-Murakami-Wenzl algebras
Friday
20th
Gus Lehrer
Euler characteristics of varieties of real algebraic tori
Friday
27th
James Borger
Plethystic algebra
September
Friday
3rd
Mark Kisin
Geometric deformations of modular Galois representations
Friday
10th
Swarup Gadde
Canonical decompositions of groups and 3-manifolds
Friday
17th
Ruibin Zhang
Kazhdan-Lusztig polynomials for Lie superalgebras and a duality theorem
Friday
24th
Alison Parker
Higher extensions for SL
_{2}
(k)
October
Friday
8th
Brent Everitt
Coxeter groups and geometric manifolds
Friday
15th
Jonathan Hillman
Decomposition of PD
_{3}
-complexes
Friday
22nd
Andrew Mathas
The representation theory of the Ariki-Koike algebras
Friday
29th
Daniel Chan
Noncommutative surface singularities
November
Friday
5th
Gordon James
Rank polynomials
Friday
12th
Tristram De Piro
A non-standard Bezout Theorem
Friday
26th
Toshiyuki Tanisaki
Kazhdan-Lusztig basis and a geometric filtration of an affine Hecke algebra
December
Wednesday
8th
Jean Michel
Hurwitz braid group action on n-tuples of reflections
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