

London
Mathematical Society Durham Symposium

Combinatorial and Geometric Structures in Representation Theory

Monday 6th July  Thursday 16th July 2009



The
LMS Durham
Research Symposia
began in 1974, and form an established series of
international research meetings, with over 80 symposia to date. They
provide an excellent opportunity to explore an area of research in
depth, to learn of new developments, and to instigate links between
different branches. The format is designed to allow substantial time
for interaction and research. The meetings are held in July and August, usually
lasting for 10 days, with up to 70 participants, roughly half of whom
will come from the UK. Lectures and seminars take place in the Department of Mathematical Sciences,
University of Durham 

Invited participants include:
I. Cherednik (UNC Chapel Hill and RIMS)
W. CrawleyBoevey (University of Leeds)
S. Donkin (University of York)
M. Geck (University of Aberdeen)
V. Ginzburg (University of Chicago)

I. Grojnowski (University of Cambridge)
M. Haiman (University of California, Berkeley)
M. Kashiwara (Kyoto University)
R.J. Marsh (University of Leeds)
M. Nazarov (University of York)
 A. Premet (University of Manchester)
J. Rickard (University of Bristol)
R. Rouquier (University of Oxford)
D. Rumynin (University of Warwick)
A. Zelevinsky (Northeastern University)



Programme
Programme of the Durham Symposium "Combinatorial and Geometric Structures in Representation Theory".


Online Talks
Online proceedings of the symposium. Movies and pdfs of talks and posters.


Organising Committee:
Jonathan Brundan (University of Oregon),
Joseph Chuang (City University, London),
Iain Gordon (University of Edinburgh) and
Bernard Leclerc (Université de Caen)

