Nikolaus Conference 2019

Final Program

On December 5, 2019, we have celebrated the 50th anniversary of Lehrstuhl D für Mathematik.

[Nikolaus final program as PDF-file]

All talks were in Pontdriesch 14/16 in Hörsaal SeMath (008). Meeting point and coffee breaks were at Lehrstuhl D, first floor (German counting) in the same building.

All times are in SeMath standard time (UTC+00:57).

Friday, December 6, 2019

2.01--2.20pmGerhard Röhrle (Bochum): On a Relative Version of Serre's Notion of \(G\)-complete Reducibility
2.30--2.50pmJonathan Gruber (Lausanne): Complete Reducibility of Tensor Products of Simple Modules for Simple Algebraic Groups
3.00--3.21pmJérémie Guilhot (Tours): Constructing Representations of Affine Hecke Algebras Using Alcove Paths
(coffee and discussion)
4.40--4.59pmAna Bernal (Reims): On Self-Mullineux and Self-Conjugate Partitions
5.10--5.31pmGunter Malle (Kaiserslautern): Steinberg Like Characters for Finite Simple Groups
5.40--5.58pmPatrick Browne (Galway): Roots - Both Normal and Glorious
7.00pm-??Research Cambridge Style! (in the Pontgarten, Pontstraße 154)

Saturday, December 7, 2019

10.00--10.16amWei-Liang Sun (Taipei): The Multiplicative Jordan Decomposition in Integral Group Rings
10.30--10.50amRafał Lutowski (Gdańsk): Flat Manifolds with Homogeneous Holonomy Representation
11.00--11.22amPatrick Wegener (Kaiserslautern): The Centralizer of a Coxeter Element
11.30--11.50amMima Stanojkovski (Leipzig): Hessians, Automorphisms of p-Groups, and Torsion Points of Elliptic Curves
(lunch break)
1.30--1.51pmCaroline Lassueur (Kaiserslautern): Reading Trivial Source Modules from the Brauer Tree
2.00--2.21pmAbel Lacabanne (Louvain-la-Neuve): A Quotient of Ariki-Koike Algebra as an Endomorphism Ring
2.30--2.49pmMun See Chang (St Andrews): Computing Normalisers of Highly Intransitive Groups
3.01--3.21pmWilf Wilson (Halle): Exploring Graph Backtracking
(coffee and discussion)
4.40--4.59pmAndrea Thevis (Saarbrücken): A Connection Between Origamis and the Theory of p-Groups
5.10--5.34pmGeorges Neaime (Bielefeld): Interval Garside Structures Related to Artin Groups and Their Generalizations
5.40--6.02pmJonas Hetz (Stuttgart): On the Values of Unipotent Characters of Finite Groups of Lie Type
7.00pm-??Research Cambridge Style! (in the "Labyrinth", of course)

Final Version from Wed, 11 Dec 2019 10:58:02 +0100

Address questions to Frank Lübeck