Browsing 5  Oberwolfach Reports (OWR) by MSC "16"
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1012  Combinatorial Representation Theory
[OWR201015] (2010)  (21 Mar  27 Mar 2010)The workshop brought together researchers from different fields in representation theory and algebraic combinatorics for a fruitful interaction. New results, methods and developments ranging from classical and modular ... 
1131  Computational Group Theory
[OWR201137] (2011)  (31 Jul  06 Aug 2011)This sixth workshop on Computational Group Theory proved that its main themes “finitely presented groups”, “$p$groups”, “matrix groups” and “representations of groups” are lively and active fields of research. The talks ... 
1631  Computational Group Theory
[OWR201637] (2016)  (31 Jul  06 Aug 2016)This was the seventh workshop on Computational Group Theory. It showed that Computational Group Theory has significantly expanded its range of activities. For example, symbolic computations with groups and their representations ... 
0605  Convex and Algebraic Geometry
[OWR20065] (2006)  (29 Jan  04 Feb 2006)The subjects of convex and algebraic geometry meet primarily in the theory of toric varieties. Toric geometry is the part of algebraic geometry where all maps are given by monomials in suitable coordinates, and all equations ... 
1039  Deformation Methods in Mathematics and Physics
[OWR201043] (2010)  (26 Sep  01 Oct 2010)Deformations of mathematical structures play an important role in most parts of mathematics but also in theoretical physics. In this interdisciplinary workshop, different aspects of deformations and their applications were ... 
0603  Deformations and Contractions in Mathematics and Physics
[OWR20063] (2006)  (15 Jan  21 Jan 2006)Deformations of mathematical structures are not only important in most parts of mathematics but also to a large extend in physics. Contractions are in some respect dual to deformations. The workshop brought together world ... 
1607b  Hochschild Cohomology in Algebra, Geometry, and Topology
[OWR201610] (2016)  (14 Feb  20 Feb 2016)In 1945 Gerhard Hochschild published "On the cohomology groups of an associative algebra" in the Annals of Mathematics and thereby created what is now called Hochschild theory. In 1963, Murray Gerstenhaber proved that the ... 
0619  Interactions between Algebraic Geometry and Noncommutative Algebra
[OWR200623] (2006)  (07 May  13 May 2006)The workshop discussed the interactions between algebraic geometry and various areas of noncommutative algbebra including finite dimensional algebras, representation theory of algebras and noncommutative algebraic geometry. ... 
1019  Interactions between Algebraic Geometry and Noncommutative Algebra
[OWR201022] (2010)  (09 May  15 May 2010)The aim of this workshop was to communicate the most current developments in the field of noncommutative algebra and its interactions with algebraic geometry and representation theory. 
1421  Interactions between Algebraic Geometry and Noncommutative Algebra
[OWR201425] (2014)  (18 May  24 May 2014)The workshop presented the current developments in the field of noncommutative algebra geometry and its interactions with algebraic geometry and representation theory. 
1336  Matrix Factorizations in Algebra, Geometry, and Physics
[OWR201344] (2013)  (01 Sep  07 Sep 2013)Let $W$ be a polynomial or power series in several variables, or, more generally, a nonzero element in some regular commutative ring. A matrix factorization of $W$ consists of a pair of square matrices $X$ and $Y$ of the ... 
0508c  MiniWorkshop: Analytical and Numerical Methods in Image and Surface Processing
[OWR200510] (2005)  (20 Feb  26 Feb 2005)The workshop successfully brought together researchers from mathematical analysis, numerical mathematics, computer graphics and image processing. The focus was on variational methods in image and surface processing such ... 
0748c  MiniWorkshop: Arithmetik von Gruppenringen
[OWR200755] (2007)  (25 Nov  01 Dec 2007)The theory of group rings has many connections to other mathematical areas, such as number theory, Ktheory, topology, representation theory, homological algebra and of course the theory of finite and infinite groups, and ... 
1810a  MiniWorkshop: Chromatic Phenomena and Duality in Homotopy Theory and Representation Theory
[OWR20189] (2018)  (04 Mar  10 Mar 2018)This miniworkshop focused on chromatic phenomena and duality as unifying themes in algebra, geometry, and topology. The overarching goal was to establish a fruitful exchange of ideas between experts from various areas, ... 
1910c  MiniWorkshop: Cohomology of Hopf Algebras and Tensor Categories
[OWR201911] (2019)  (03 Mar  09 Mar 2019)The miniworkshop featured some open questions about the cohomology of Hopf algebras and tensor categories. Questions included whether the cohomology ring of a finite dimensional Hopf algebra or a finite tensor ... 
1508b  MiniWorkshop: Coideal Subalgebras of Quantum Groups
[OWR201510] (2015)  (15 Feb  21 Feb 2015)Coideal subalgebras of quantized enveloping algebras appear naturally if one considers quantum group analogs of Lie subalgebras. Examples appear in the theory of quantum integrable systems with boundary and in harmonic ... 
0946b  MiniWorkshop: Formal Methods in Commutative Algebra: A View Toward Constructive Homological Algebra
[OWR200950] (2009)  (08 Nov  14 Nov 2009)The purpose of the miniworkshop is to bring into the same place diﬀerent mathematical communities that study constructive homological algebra and are motivated by diﬀerent applications (e.g., constructive algebra, symbolic ... 
1416c  MiniWorkshop: Infinite Dimensional Hopf Algebras
[OWR201420] (2014)  (13 Apr  19 Apr 2014)This is a report of the above miniworkshop. It contains brief accounts of all 17 talks given at the meeting, with commentary on their interconnections. A selection of the numerous open questions discussed at and generated ... 
1320c  MiniWorkshop: Localising and Tilting in Abelian and Triangulated Categories
[OWR201326] (2013)  (12 May  18 May 2013)The workshop brought together experts on localisation theory and tilting theory from different parts of mathematics with the aim of fully exploiting the power of some recent developments in so far rather independent contexts. ...