Masterclass by Ivan Loseu (Northeastern University)

Title: Quantized quiver varieties

2014.10.02 | Jane Jamshidi

Date Mon 23 Mar Fri 27 Mar
Time 09:00    16:00
Location Aud.D3 (1531-215)


Nakajima quiver varieties are symplectic algebraic varieties parameterizing certain representations of quivers. They are of importance for Algebraic Geometry, Geometric Representation theory and Mathematical Physics. Their quantizations are, basically, associative algebras with deep and interesting representation theory closely related to the geometry of the underlying varieties. In this course, we will introduce quiver varieties and their quantizations, discuss generalities on their representation theory and then focus on the joint work of I.L. and Roman Bezrukavnikov,, studying finite dimensional irreducible representations of quantizations.  



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Social programme

  • Monday 23/3 at 6 pm: Social networking dinner at the QGM lounge. Free of charge.
  • Thursday 26/3 at 6.30 pm: Special dinner at restaurant Ministeriet

Included in the event

  • Morning and afternoon coffee/tea
  • Lunches on weekdays
  • Social dinner 'first night'



Ivan Loseu (Northeastern) - Speaker

José Simental-Rodríguez (Northeastern) - Course assistant

Huijun Zhao (Northeastern)

Robert Laugwitz (Oxford)

Boris Tsvelikhovskiy (Northeastern)

Seth Shelley-Abrahamson (MIT)

Martin Mygind (Aarhus)

Stephanos Gekas (Thessaloniki)

Mykola Matviichuk (Toronto)

Daniel Thompson (MIT)

Changjian Su (Columbia)

Aleksei Pakharev (Higher School of Economics)

Gabriele Rembado (Paris VI)

Sergey Arkhipov (Aarhus) 

Tina Kanstrup (Aarhus)

Simone Marzioni (Aarhus)

Sudarshan Gurjar (Aarhus)


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