Seventieth BLOC meeting

BLOC

Bristol Leicester Oxford Colloquium

The seventieth meeting will be held on 27th - 28th August 2015 in the Department of Mathematics, City University, London. This is a two-day meeting on Hecke Algebras and is supported by BLOC and REPNET.

 


 

Conference webpage

Speakers and titles of talks:

Gwyn Bellamy (Glasgow): Cherednik algebras and projective Hecke algebras
Maria Chlouveraki (Université de Versailles, France):Yokonuma-Hecke algebras and knot invariants
Eugenio Giannelli (University of Kaiserslautern, Germany): On signed Young modules
Nicolas Jacon (Université de Reims, France): On the one dimensional representations of Hecke algebras
Liron Speyer (UEA): Kleshchev's decomposition numbers for cyclotomic Hecke algebras
Louise Sutton (Queen Mary, University of London): Graded decomposition numbers for Specht modules labelled by hook partitions
Michela Varagnolo (Université de Cergy-Pontoise, France): TBA

Abstracts

Programme (with timings and rooms)

 


 

 

Please let Chris Bowman know if you are coming to the meeting.

There will be time for informal discussions during the conference.

The meeting is supported by an LMS Scheme 3 grant. This is used to help offset travel costs for those from institutions participating in the scheme, with priority given to speakers and postgraduates. Please note that, if travelling by train, then you should purchase an advance ticket where possible, since the grant will not cover standard open return tickets to London during peak hours.

Travel information is HERE.


For further information please contact one of the organisers:

Joe Chuang
Karin Erdmann
Jeremy Rickard
Nicole Snashall

 

 

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