Type: Seminar

Modified: Wed 2 Aug 2023 1142; Mon 23 Oct 2023 1245

Distribution: World

Expiry: 8 Dec 2023

CalTitle1: D-modules and representation theory

Calendar2: 18 Aug 2023 1430-1700

CalLoc2: Quad S223

CalTitle2: D-modules and representation theory

Calendar3: 25 Aug 2023 1430-1700

CalLoc3: Quad S223

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Calendar4: 1 Sep 2023 1430-1700

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Calendar5: 8 Sep 2023 1430-1700

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Calendar6: 15 Sep 2023 1430-1700

CalLoc6: Quad S223

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Calendar7: 22 Sep 2023 1430-1700

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Calendar8: 24 Nov 2023 1430-1700

CalLoc8: Quad S223

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Calendar9: 6 Oct 2023 1430-1700

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Calendar10: 13 Oct 2023 1430-1700

CalLoc10: Quad S223

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Calendar11: 20 Oct 2023 1430-1700

CalLoc11: Quad S223

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Calendar12: 27 Oct 2023 1430-1700

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Calendar13: 3 Nov 2023 1430-1700

CalLoc13: Quad S223

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Calendar14: 10 Nov 2023 1430-1700

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Calendar15: 17 Nov 2023 1430-1700

CalLoc15: Quad S223

CalTitle15: D-modules and representation theory

Auth: hannahb@staff-10-48-23-31.vpnuser.sydney.edu.au (hbry8683) in SMS-SAML

D-modules and representation theory Lecturers: Dragan Milicic, Geordie Williamson + others Fridays 2.30pm - 5pm Quad S223 starting Week 2 (August 11). Abstract: D-modules provide an algebraic language for studying systems of linear partial differential equations. In some sense the idea goes back to Riemann: rather than studying some complicated function directly, study the equations which it satisfies and try relate these equations on different spaces. D-module have found major applications in representation theory, algebraic analysis, algebraic geometry and mathematical physics. his course will introduce the basics of the theory of algebraic D-modules (following some famous notes of Bernstein). The localization theorem of Beilinson and Bernstein will be discussed in detail. We will then move on to other applications in representation theory. Namely we hope to explain how certain old results of Harish-Chandra and Langlands become quite transparent in the language of D-modules. We will also have a short workshop in the semester break featuring lectures by Kari Vilonen and Dougal Davis, who have recently used D-modules and mixed Hodge modules to make progress on fundamental problems in the representation theory of real Lie groups. https://sites.google.com/view/2023dmodules/home

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