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The Mathematics Department at the University of Connecticut hosts a Special Semester on Representation Theory including two Distinguished Lecture Series and four Colloquium Talks by prominent mathematicians throughout the semester. 


Distinguished
Lecture Series by 10/13 The BrauerThrall
conjectures (Room BPB 130) 

Distinguished
Lecture Series by
10/27 Discrete dynamical systems, representation theory and cluster algebras 

Colloquium Talks Alexander Kleshchev 9/11, 45 pm, MSB 109A Representation theory of the symmetric group and Hecke algebras Lutz Hille 10/9, 45 pm, MSB 109A Tilting modules for path algebra of type A_n, Catalannumbers and polytopes Henning Krause 10/23, 45 pm, MSB 109A Stratifying modular representations of finite groups Idun Reiten 10/30, 45 pm, MSB 109A Cluster algebras, cluster categories and support tautilting modules 

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This event is supported by the Department of Mathematics and by the National Science Foundation. 

Organizers: KyuHwan Lee, Ralf Schiffler,
Jerzy Weyman 