Final Program for Nikolaus 2009

Final Program
(Lehrstuhl D für Mathematik, RWTH Aachen)
The first talks on Friday were given in Hörsaal E1, Schinkelstraße 2. The talks on Friday after the coffee break and on Saturday were given in the Hauptgebäude, Templergraben 55, Hörsaal IV. Meeting point and coffee breaks were at Lehrstuhl D, Templergraben 64.
Friday, December 11, 2009
1.50-2.11pm Richard Parker (Cambridge): Small Cancellation Algorithms (slides)
2.21-2.38pm Dörte Feichtenschlager (Braunschweig): Symbolic Computation with Infinite Families of Finite p-groups (slides)
2.50-3.09pm Alexander Konovalov (St Andrews): The Modular Isomorphism Problem for Groups of Order 512
coffee and discussion       
4.42-5.04pm Maria Chlouveraki* (Edinburgh): Basic Sets for Cyclotomic Hecke Algebras (slides)
5.12-5.35pm Shigeo Koshitani (Chiba): Morita Equivalences Showing Up in Blocks of Finite Groups
5.40-6.00pmGunter Malle (Kaiserslautern): The Defect Zero Graph of a Finite Quasi-Simple Group
7.00pm-??× Research Cambridge Style! (in the Pontgarten, Pontstraße 154)
Saturday, December 12, 2009
10.00-10.20amMohamed Barakat and Markus Lange-Hegermann* (Kaiserslautern/Aachen): Using Homalg for Localization (slides)
10.30-10.49amSerena Cicalò (Lisboa): Six-Dimensional Nilpotent Lie Algebras in Characteristic Two
11.01-11.20amWillem de Graaf (Trento): Constructing Semisimple Subalgebras of Semisimple Lie Algebras
11.30-11.51amMax Horn* (Braunschweig): Fischer Spaces and Lie Algebras
lunch break
1.31-1.52pm Sungsoon Kim (Paris): Connections between Adjoint Crystals, Young Walls and Littelmann Paths
2.00-2.20pm Jérémie Guilhot (East Anglia): Kazhdan-Lusztig Cells in Affine Weyl Groups of Rank 2
2.30-2.52pm Jürgen Müller (Jena): Symmetric Generation of Coxeter Groups
3.00-3.23pm Michael Cuntz* (Kaiserslautern): Finite Weyl Groupoids of Rank Three (slides)
coffee and discussion       
4.40-4.57pmColva M. Roney-Dougal (St Andrews): Random Generation of Finite Linear and Permutation Groups
5.10-5.32pmMax Neunhöffer* (St Andrews): Finding Normal Subgroups of Even Order (slides)
5.44-6.07pm Thomas Breuer* (Aachen): Some Primitive Permutation Characters of the Monster
7.00pm-??× Research Cambridge Style! (in the "Labyrinth")
Anyone was welcome to attend the talks.   Frank Lübeck
(* have solved Nikolaus game)
(× undisclosed) Final Version ( Mon, 14 Dec 2009 17:53:24 +0100 )