Conference on Geometric Methods in Representation Theory
November 2325, 2013
Conference Program:
We are planning a conference dinner on Saturday evening, November 23. If you are one of the participants on the
participant list, you are automatically counted as coming to dinner. Moreover, the dinner
of each participant will be fully paid for, except for alcoholic drinks. Please let us know if you do
NOT plan to come to dinner or if you would like to bring a guest. Also, please let us know if we have forgotten to put your name
on the participant list.
Conference Schedule:
All talks will be in STRICKLAND HALL
(you may have to hit the reload button on your browser to see the map),
rooms STRICK 109 and STRICK 114.
Strickland Hall is a 1minute walk from the Mathematical Sciences building.
The Mathematical Sciences parking lot is
CG18 (you may have to hit
the reload button to see the map).
This lot is free on Saturday and Sunday, and we will have reserved parking on Monday for those who need it.
Saturday November 23 
Sunday November 24 
Monday November 25 
8:308:45  Registration 
8:459:00  Welcome 
9:0010:00  Weyman (keynote) Noncommutative desingularizations. 
10:0010:10  Questions 
10:1010:40  Coffee/Registration 
10:4011:30  HuisgenZimmermann (expository) Representationtame algebras need not be homologically tame. 
11:3011:45^{ }  Questions^{ } 
11:4512:15  Derksen The nullcone for n × n matrices. 
12:1512:25  Questions 
12:252:30  Lunch break 
2:303:00  Kirkman Finiteness conditions on the Ext algebra of a monomial algebra. 
3:003:10^{ }  Questions^{ } 
3:103:30^{ }  Coffee^{ } 
3:304:00^{ }  Schmidmeier^{ } Varieties of invariant subspaces of linear operators. 
4:004:15^{ }  Questions and move to parallel talks^{ } 
4:154:35^{ } ^{ } 
Iovanov (parallel^{*}) Complete path algebras and infinite dimensional representation theory.
Shipman (parallel^{*}) Some remarks on a conjecture of Orlov. 
4:354:45^{ }  Questions^{ }
 6:309:00  Conference dinner 

 
 
9:0010:00  Weyman (keynote) Noncommutative desingularizations. 
10:0010:10  Questions 
10:1010:40  Coffee/Registration 
10:4011:30  Thomas (expository) Semistable subcategories for Dynkin and Euclidean quivers. 
11:3011:45^{ }  Questions^{ } 
11:4512:15  Todorov Lattice structure of torsion classes for hereditary algebras. 
12:1512:25  Questions 
12:252:30  Lunch break 
2:303:00  Lin Representations of skew polynomial rings and weighted quivers. 
3:003:10^{ }  Questions^{ } 
3:103:40^{ }  Coffee and move to parallel talks^{ } 
3:404:00^{ } ^{ } 
Dao (parallel^{*}) Some recent results in CohenMacaulay representations.
Cerulli Irelli (parallel^{*}) Borbits of 2nilpotent elements of classical Lie algebras via symmetric quivers. 
4:004:10^{ }  Questions^{ } 
4:104:30^{ } ^{ } 
Fei (parallel^{*}) Tensor invariants and Kronecker coefficients.
Paquette (parallel^{*}) Semistable equivalence and semistable subcategories for Euclidean quivers. 
4:304:40^{ }  Questions^{ } 

 
 
 
9:3010:00  Chinburg Twisting hypercohomology complexes in derived categories. 
10:0010:10  Questions 
10:1010:40  Coffee and move to parallel talks 
10:4011:00^{ } ^{ } 
Lorincz (parallel^{*}) The bfunctions of quiver semiinvariants.
VelezMarulanda (parallel^{*}) Deformations and derived equivalences over Frobenius algebras. 
11:0011:10  Questions  
11:1011:30^{ } ^{ } 
Zhao (parallel^{*}) Stability conditions for noncommutative symplectic resolutions.
Meyer (parallel^{*}) Universal deformation rings in extensions corresponding to faithful representations. 
11:3011:40  Questions  
11:4012:00^{ } ^{ } 
Carroll (parallel^{*}) Quiver representations of constant Jordan type.
Kinser (parallel^{*}) Type A quiver loci and Schubert varieties. 
12:0012:10  Questions 
12:10  End of the conference 
please note that it takes about 2.5 hours to get
from Columbia to the St. Louis airport 

^{*}These are parallel talks in the closeby lecture halls STRICK 109 and STRICK 114.