Program
Abstracts and Access to Conference Hall are included in pamphlet.
Monday November 11 
Tuesday November 12 
Wednesday November 13 
Thursday November 14 
Friday November 15 

09:0009:30  Registration  
09:3010:20  I. Reiten  A. Skowronski  K. Erdmann  Y. Yoshino  H. Lenzing 
Coffee  
11:0011:30  G. Jasso  M. Blaszkiewicz  T. Itagaki  R. Kanda  K. Ueyama 
11:4012:30  T. Aihara  J. Bialkowski  D. Zacharia  R. Takahashi  A. Takahashi 
Lunch  
14:0014:50  R. Kase*  P. Malicki  Excursion*  M. Yoshiwaki*  Y. Kimura 
Y. Mizuno*  H. Koga*  
Coffee  Coffee  
Coffee  Coffee  
15:4016:30  L. Demonet  A. Skowyrski  H. Minamoto  M. Wemyss  
16:4017:30  O. Kerner  C. Xi  J. Miyachi  C. M. Ringel  
18:00  Banquet 
* Monday: 14:0014:30 Kase, 14:3515:05 Mizuno.
* Wednesday: 13:00 Excursion.
* Thursday: 14:0014:30 Yoshiwaki, 14:3515:05 Koga.
Monday, November 11
09:3010:20
Idun Reiten (Norges TekniskNaturvitenskapelige Universitet)
Lattice structure of torsion classes
11:0011:30
Gustavo Jasso (Nagoya University)
On the simplicial complex associated with support \tautilting modules
11:4012:30
Takuma Aihara (Nagoya University)
Tilting mutation theory
14:0014:30
Ryoichi Kase (Osaka University)
On the poset of preprojective tilting modules over path algebras
14:3515:05
Yuya Mizuno (Nagoya University)
\tautilting modules over preprojective algebras of Dynkin type
15:4016:30
Laurent Demonet (Nagoya University)
Ice quivers with potential associated with triangulations and CohenMacaulay modules over orders (case A_n and D_n)
16:4017:30
Otto Kerner (HeinrichHeineUniversität Dusseldörf)
From wild hereditary to tilted algebras, and back
Tuesday, November 12
09:3010:20
Andrzej Skowronski (Nicolaus Copernicus University)
Selfinjective algebras with deforming ideals
11:0011:30
Marta Blaszkiewicz (Nicolaus Copernicus University)
Selfinjective algebras of finite representation type with maximal almost split sequences
11:4012:30
Jerzy Bialkowski (Nicolaus Copernicus University)
Periodicity of selfinjective algebras of polynomial growth
14:0014:30
Piotr Malicki (Nicolaus Copernicus University)
Finite cycles of indecomposable modules
15:4016:30
Adam Skowyrski (Nicolaus Copernicus University)
Homological problems for cyclefinite algebras
16:4017:30
Changchang Xi (Capital Normal University)
Higher dimensional tilting modules and recollements
Wednesday, November 13
09:3010:20
Karin Erdmann (University of Oxford)
Support varieties via Hochschild cohomology: a necessary condition
11:0011:30
Tomohiro Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science)
Cyclic homology of truncated quiver algebras and notes on the no loops conjecture for Hochschild homology
11:4012:30
Dan Zacharia (Syracuse University)
A characterization of the graded center of a Koszul algebra
Thursday, November 14
09:3010:20
Yuji Yoshino (Okayama University)
Dependence of total reflexivity conditions
11:0011:30
Ryo Kanda (Nagoya University)
Specialization orders on atom spectra of Grothendieck categories
11:4012:30
Ryo Takahashi (Nagoya University)
Existence of cohomology annihilators and strong generation of derived categories
14:0014:30
Michio Yoshiwaki (Osaka City University)
Dimensions of triangulated categories with respect to subcategories
14:3515:05
Hirotaka Koga (University of Tsukuba)
Clifford extension
15:4016:30
Hiroyuki Minamoto (Osaka Prefecture University)
Derived Gabriel topology, localization and completion of dgalgebras
16:4017:30
Junichi Miyachi (Tokyo Gakugei University)
Researches on the representation theory of algebras at University of Tsukuba
Friday, November 15
09:3010:20
Helmut Lenzing (Universität Paderborn)
The ubiquity of the equation x^2+y^3+z^5 = 0
11:0011:30
Kenta Ueyama (Shizuoka University)
Ample Group Actions on ASregular Algebras and Noncommutative Graded Isolated Singularities
11:4012:30
Atsushi Takahashi (Osaka University)
Weyl groups and Artin groups associated to weighted projective lines
14:0014:50
Yoshiyuki Kimura (Osaka City University)
Quiver varieties and Quantum cluster algebras
15:4016:30
Michael Wemyss (University of Edinburgh)
Some new examples of selfinjective algebras
16:4017:30
Claus Michael Ringel (Universität Bielefeld)
The root posets