The summer school is going to be held at a lovely neighborhood of Berlin in Hotel Müggelsee. It is going to be in hybrid format. We and the hotel are implementing health measures against COVID-19 in order to provide our participants a very nice experience.
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We plan to present different but intertwining perspectives, new methods, as well as applications of the mathematical areas of Coxeter, complex reflection groups, and Artin groups. More precisely, experts in the areas will introduce in mini-courses combinatorial, algebraic, and geometric aspects and methods of Coxeter and Artin groups with a special focus on the dual approach and on Garside theory, which is a major tool in the nowadays study of these groups. Applications will be given in one-hour lectures on the Yang-Baxter equations, cryptography, applications of the dual approach; for example to the K(π,1) conjecture, to complex braid groups,
to representation theory of finite dimensional algebras and to the theory of buildings. Our goal is to provide young researchers such as PhD-students or
Postdocs the opportunity to develop new ideas and research perspectives. The Summer School will also include problem sessions and open problems seminars.
you can find the list of participants.
Please find the programme
Please send your application in a single e-mail to Marion.Matz@uni-bielefeld.de
It should include
E-mail address and institution
A CV including publication list if applicable
Short letter of motivation stating why you would benefit from the summer school
For PhD students, a short e-mail of recommendation from your PhD supervisor
The number of participants is restricted to 40. We can pay the accommodation and meals. The accommodation is in double rooms which can be upgraded to single rooms by paying 34 Euros extra per day. There is a conference fee of 150 Euro. It is possible to apply for support for travelling.
Participants should apply before May 15.
Information is available here
This summer school is supported by