Thursday, December 7, 2000
2.01-2.32pm | Thomas Breuer (Aachen): Computing Character Tables in the 21st Century (R220) |
2.40-3.10pm | Wolfgang Lempken (Essen): Linear Groups with a Special Class of Fixed Point Free Elements (R220) |
coffee and discussion | |
4.30-5.06pm | Marcos Soriano (Stuttgart): A Theorem on Extension Groups of Specht Modules for Type A Hecke Orders (Be225) |
5.10-5.39pm | Jean Michel (Paris): Symmetric Braids (Be225) |
7.00pm-?^{1} | Research Cambridge Style! (Dinner in ``Agora'', Greek kitchen) |
Friday, December 8, 2000 (morning talks in EA, afternoon talks AS, except 3.15pm)
10.05-10.35am | Lacri Iancu (Lyon): Markov Traces and Generic Degrees in Type B_{n} |
10.40-11.03am | Joachim Simon (Stuttgart): On a New Proof of Tits' Deformation Theorem |
11.18-11.54am | Gunter Malle (Kassel): Irreducibility of Symmetric and Alternating Squares |
lunch break | |
2.15-2.47pm | Martin Hertweck (Stuttgart): Units of p-Power Order in Principal Blocks of p-Constrained Groups |
coffee break (Graduiertenkolleg) | |
3.15-4.15pm | Meinolf Geck (Lyon): An Application of GAP to Algebraic Groups over Finite Fields (talk in the `Graduiertenkolleg' seminar, Hörsaal IV) |
4.51-5.20pm | Sungsoon Kim (Paris): On the Blocks of the Cyclotomic Hecke Algebras of the Complex Reflection Group G(d,1,r) |
5.31-6.08pm | Frank Lübeck (Aachen): Small Degree Representations of Finite Chevalley Groups in Defining Characteristic |
7.00pm-?^{1} | Research Cambridge Style! (in the ``Labyrinth'') |
Saturday, December 9, 2000 (all talks in AS)
10.03-10.32am | Harald Weber (Stuttgart): Structure of the Integral Group Ring for a Series of p-Groups |
10.40-11.10am | Bettina Eick (Kassel): The Orbit-Stabilizer Problem for Polycyclic Groups |
11.20-11.45am | Stefan Kohl (Stuttgart): Number of Orbits of Simple Groups under Automorphisms |
lunch break | |
2.02-2.30pm | Burkhard Kuelshammer (Jena): Blocks with Abelian Defect Groups |
2.40-3.18pm | Götz Pfeiffer (Galway): Implementing Character Tables of Reflection Groups |
3.24-3.55pm | Rob Wilson (Birmingham): New Computations in the Monster |
coffee, discussion, ¼ - open end |
Anyone was welcome to attend the talks.
Frank Lübeck
^{1} Come next year to find out yourself!
final version (Mon Dec 11 10:40:06 CET 2000)