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Dates: June 4–9, 2018 (Mon–Sat)
This summer school was designed to introduce graduate students and other young researchers to modern topics in Lie Theory, and allowed them to meet and interact with other young researchers as well as more senior researchers. It aimed to expose participants to open problems, tools, and techniques used in current research. The school focused on Geometric, Combinatorial and Categorical Methods in Lie Theory.
There were four main speakers giving three lectures each. The program consisted of two morning talks by main speakers, followed by afternoon working sessions (AIM-style) on the topics of the morning lectures.
The Southeast Lie Theory Workshop X took place at the University of Georgia immediately following the summer school, on June 10–12, 2018 (Sun–Tue).
Please click here for a printable pdf version of the schedule.
Abstracts coming Wed. May 30.
- Pramod Achar, Louisiana State University
- Allen Knutson, Cornell University
- Ivan Losev, Northeastern University
- Julianna Tymoczko, Smith College
The summer school was supported primarily by the University of Georgia Algebraic Geometry, Algebra and Number Theory (AGANT) Research and Training Group (RTG) grant from the National Science Foundation (DMS-1344994).
Brian Boe, William Graham, Daniel Nakano, Laura Rider