Lie Theory: frontiers, algorithms, and applications

Jointly organised by Monash University and the University of Trento, this workshop brings together leading experts and early career researchers in (computational) Lie theory, to discuss recent advances in the field and to foster new collaborations. The workshop will focus on theoretical and computational aspects, as well as applications in broad areas such as quantum information theory and theoretical physics.

Spaces are limited, so participation is by invitation only. Please get in touch with the organisers if you wish yo attend (LieTheoryPrato2023(at)monash.edu).

Dates

The conference will run January 10-13, 2023.
Arrival date is January 9, 2023; departure January 13/14, 2023.

Venue

The conference will take place at the Monash Prato Centre, which is located in Via Pugliesi, 26, 59100 Prato (PO), Italy, see here.

Participants and speakers

Here is a preliminary list of attendees; a "*" indicates a speaker.

Name Affiliation
*Maciej Bochenski University of Warmia and Mazury
*Mikhail Borovoi Tel Aviv University
*Nicoletta Cantarini University of Bologna
*Giovanna Carnovale University of Padova
*Eirini Chavli University of Stuttgart
*Jonas Deré KU Leuven Kulak
*Sabino Di Trani University of Trento
  Heiko Dietrich Monash University
  Bogdan Adrian Dina Tel Aviv University
*Alexander Elashvili Tbilisi State University
  Victor Fagundes Monash University
*Jacopo Gandini University of Bologna
*Meinolf Geck University of Stuttgart
  Willem de Graaf University of Trento
  Piotr Jastrzębski University of Warmia and Mazury
*Mamuka Jibladze Tbilisi State University
*Boris Kunyavskii Bar-Ilan University
*Hông Vân Lê Czech Academy of Sciences
*Frank Lübeck RWTH Aachen
*Andrea Maffei University of Pisa
*Alessio Marrani University of Murcia
*Jean Michel Paris Cité University (Denis Diderot - Paris 7)
*Paolo Papi University of Rome "La sapienza"
*Götz Pfeiffer NUI Galway
*Andrea Santi University of Rome "Tor Vergata"
*Alexy Tralle University of Warmia and Mazury


Schedule

To be confirmed.

January 9: Welcome reception (evening)
January 10: talks
January 11: talks
January 12: talks, free afternoon, conference dinner
January 13: talks (until lunchtime)

The conference will provide daily morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea (and potentially a conference dinner).

Questions?

Please get in touch with the organisers via LieTheoryPrato2023(at)monash.edu

Organisers

Heiko Dietrich
School of Mathematics
Monash University
VIC 3800, Melbourne
Australia
Willem de Graaf
Department of Mathematics
University of Trento
I-38050 Povo (Trento)
Italy

Funding

This workshop is partly funded by an Australian Research Council Discovery Project Grant DP190100317, Monash University, and the University of Trento.


















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