BIREP – Representations of finite dimensional algebras at Bielefeld
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Women in Representation Theory: Selfinjective Algebras and Beyond


Friday, 10 December to Sunday, 12 December 2010

The poster announcing the round table discussion is available in pdf format (1.6MB).
The aim of this workshop is to bring together young female researchers working in representation theory of algebras. There will be a series of three lectures by Karin Erdmann (Oxford) on selfinjective algebras. These lectures will be complemented by contributed talks and ample time for discussion. All talks will be open to the public.

Round table: On Friday afternoon, there will be a round table discussion "Frauenförderung in der Mathematik" with Christine Bessenrodt (Hannover), Karin Erdmann (Oxford), Barbara Gentz (Bielefeld), Mechthild Koreuber (FU Berlin) and Martina Merz (Luzern).

Dates: Friday, 10 December to Sunday, 12 December 2010. The workshop begins on Friday early afternoon and ends on Sunday at noon.

Location: Bielefeld University

Speakers: Karin Erdmann (Oxford), Lidia Angeleri Hügel (Verona), Janine Bastian (Hannover), Karin Baur (Zürich), Magdalena Boos (Wuppertal), Susanne Danz (Oxford), Gabriella D'Este (Mailand), Lingyan Guo (Paris), Anja Hutschenreuter (Wuppertal), Magdalini Lada (Trondheim), Lisa Lamberti (Zürich), Anna-Louise Paasch (Wuppertal), Daiva Pucinskaite (Kiel), Julia Sauter (Leeds), Alexandra Zvonareva (St. Petersburg)

Organisation: Claudia Köhler, Henning Krause

The workshop is supported by the CRC 701 "Spectral Structures and Topological Methods in Mathematics" (SFB) and funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).

Financial support for female participants is available. If you would like to attend the workshop, or have further questions, please contact Claudia Köhler at ckoehler[at]


Abstracts are available in pdf format.

Friday, 10 December 2010

The talks take place in lecture hall H8; the Round Table takes place in room A2-125.

12:40-13:00Registration(in front of the lecture hall H8)
13:00-14:00Karin ErdmannSelfinjective algebras I
14:30-14:55Susanne DanzSpecht modules in the Auslander-Reiten quiver
15:05-15:30Magdalini LadaMutation of Auslander generators
15:40-16:30Lidia Angeleri HügelClassification of tilting modules
17:00-18:30Round Table
19:00Conference Dinner

Saturday, 11 December 2010

All talks take place in lecture hall H5.

09:00-10:00Karin ErdmannSelfinjective algebras II
10:00-10:30Coffee(+ Poster Session)
10:30-10:55Magdalena BoosParabolic orbits of 2-nilpotent matrices
11:05-11:30Julia SauterOn irreducible components of Dynkin quiver flag varieties
11:40-12:05Anna-Louise PaaschA monoid of projection functors
13:30-13:55Anja HutschenreuterIs the RSK-Algorithm Canonical?
14:05-14:30Janine BastianDerived equivalence classification of cluster-tilted algebras of type \tilde{A}
14:40-15:05Lingyan GuoGeneralized higher cluster categories
15:40-16:05Lisa LambertiA geometric interpretation of the triangulated structure of m-cluster categories
16:15-17:05Karin BaurA frieze pattern determinant

Sunday, 12 December 2010

All talks take place in lecture hall H5.

09:00-10:00Karin ErdmannSelfinjective algebras III
10:30-10:55Daiva PucinskaiteQuasi-hereditary algebras via bases of local, self-injective algebras
11:05-11:30Alexandra ZvonarevaAutoequivalences of stable categories of self-injective algebras of finite representation type
11:40-12:05Gabriella D'EsteCancellations, additions and beyond

Round Table: Frauenförderung in der Mathematik

picture of the round table panel
(Organisers Henning Krause and Claudia Köhler to the left and to the right of the round table panelists Christine Bessenrodt, Martina Merz, Mechthild Koreuber, Karin Erdmann and Barbara Gentz)

Minutes of the discussion (taken by Rebecca Reischuk, in pdf format)

Links and References

Travel information:

The tram ("Stadtbahnlinie 4", see MoBiel) runs frequently between "Universität" - "Hauptbahnhof" (main station) - "Rathaus". The hotel Arcadia Bielefeld, Niederwall 31-35, is in walking distance from the station "Rathaus".

Some maps.