June 12 - 17, 2006
Noyori Conference Hall, Nagoya University, Nagoya
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H. H. Andersen (Aarhus Univ.) abstract
T. Arakawa (Nara Women's Univ.) abstract
S. Ariki (RIMS, Kyoto Univ.) abstract
J. Du (Univ. of New South Wales) abstract lecture
M. Geck (Aberdeen Univ.) abstract
V. Ginzburg (Univ. of Chicago) abstract
J.C. Jantzen (Aarhus Univ.) abstract
S.-J. Kang (Seoul National Univ.) abstract
M. Kashiwara (RIMS, Kyoto Univ.) abstract
S. Kato (Univ. of Tokyo) abstract
G.I. Lehrer (Univ. of Sydney) abstract
G. Lusztig (MIT) abstract
I. Mirkovic (Univ. of Massachusetts) abstract
H. Miyachi (Nagoya Univ.) abstract
H. Nakajima (Kyoto Univ.) abstract
T. Nakashima (Sophia Univ.) abstract
R. Rouquier (Univ. of Leeds) abstract
D. Sagaki (Tsukuba Univ.) abstract
Y. Saito (Univ. of Tokyo) abstract
O. Schiffmann (Ecole Normale Superieure) abstract
T. Suzuki (RIMS, Kyoto Univ.) abstract
T. Tanisaki (Osaka City Univ.) abstract
J. Xiao (Tsinghua Univ.) abstract
(*) A talk of Prof. Bezrukavnikov was cancelled.
This conference is a continuation of the conference of the same title held at Sophia University, Tokyo in the summer of 2001. The main theme of the conference is, as in the title, the representaion theory of algebraic groups and quantum groups. Especially we will focus on the topics such as modular representations of algebraic groups, representations of quantum groups and crystal bases, representations of affine Lie algebras, representations of affine Hecke algebras, modular or ordinary representations of finite reductive groups, representations of complex reflection groups and associated Hecke algebras.
There will be a Preprint Buffet throughout the conference. All the participants are invited to bring copies of recent preprints and reprints for displaying in a room, where coffee and refreshments will also be served during the conference.
Some funds will be available for travel and lodging support. Please contact us by e-mail or Fax. Especially young mathematicians are welcome to the conference. If you are postdoc students within 5 years after getting Ph.D, and you wish to be considered for such funding, please fill in the appropriate part of the registration form (see below).
Participants are requested to register in advance to the conference. Please fill out the registraion form and send it to us by May 20, 2006.
We have blocked some hotels for the conference, as well as the guest house in the campus. If you want us to book the hotel, please let us know the necessary information, such as the type of the room, the date of arrival,and the date of depature by e-mail or fax.. Please be sure to send it to us before May 10, 2006.
Nagoya is located in a place between Tokyo and Kyoto, 360km west of Tokyo. In order to get to Nagoya from overseas, you can fly either to Tokyo, Osaka, or directly to Nagoya. The detalied information for the access to Nagoya, and to Nagoya University, together with the general information, will be found below.
T. Shoji (chair), A. Gyoja, H. Nakajima, K. Shinoda, T. Tanisaki
The conference is being supported by Graduate School of Mathematics, Nagoya University.
For further information please contact the following:
Graduate School of Mathematics
Chikusa-ku, Nagoya, 464-8602, Japan
There will be a banquet on June 16 (Fri) at Hotel Rubura Ohzan. All the participants are welcome to the party. The admission fee will be collected at the registration desk of the conference.