If you want to give a talk, please send an e-mail to the address email@example.com, indicating that you wish to do so, and a tentative title, before October 30.
If there are more people interested in giving a talk than the number of free slots in the schedule of the special session, then the organising committee will make a selection. An answer will be given before the Christmas holiday, and preference will be given to young researchers.
There will also a poster session. If you are interested, please submit your application using the Conference webpage in
Estimados miembros de la Red Ibérica en Teoría de Grupos,
Por otro lado, del 30 de enero al 3 de febrero de 2017 se celebra en Zaragoza el próximo Congreso Bienal de la RSME y se nos ha propuesto a las redes presentar solicitudes de sesiones especiales. Vamos a presentar una solicitud de sesión especial en Teoría de Grupos, organizada por Paz Jiménez, Rubén Blasco y yo misma sobre la que os iré informando.
Dear Members of the Iberian Network in Group Theory,
I would also like to inform you that the next “Congreso Bienal de la RSME” will be held in Zaragoza from January 30 to February 3 2017. On behalf of our Network, we are goint to present a proposal for a Special Session in Group Theory organized by Paz Jiménez, Rubén Blasco and myself. I will give you more details as soon as possible.
Los próximos días 19-21 de octubre, Eugenio Giannelli (T.U. Kaiserlslautern) impartirá un curso en la Universitat de València sobre Teoría de Representaciones del Grupo Simétrico. La duración aproximada del curso será de 4 horas y media.
The aim of this short course is to define and characterize the simple modules for
the symmetric groups in both the ordinary and the modular setting. This will be
done via the classical combinatorial approach, used by Gordon James. The main
reference for these lectures is the book “The Representation Theory of Symmetric
Groups” by Gordon James.
os envío esta información por si es de vuestro interés,
Please distribute this among young researchers who may be interested.
A poster is attached.
This is an advertisement of a winter school in measured group theory,
with the dates February 1 – 12, 2016, at the Erwin Schrödinger
Institute, Vienna, Austria, organized by Miklos Abert, Goulnara
Arzhantseva, Damien Gaboriau, Thomas Schick and Andreas Thom.
Andrei Jaikin-Zapirain: An algebraic proof of the strong Atiyah conjecture for free groups
Jesse Peterson: Character rigidity
Brandon Seward: Sofic and Rokhlin entropy
Week 2 (Feb 8 – 12):
Tsachik Gelander: Asymptotic invariants of lattices in Lie groups
Francois le Maitre: Full groups, topological rank and cost
Narutaka Ozawa: Noncommutative real algebraic geometry: Kazhdan’s property (T) and Connes’s embedding conjecture
Todor Tsankov: Automorphism groups and their actions
Robin Tucker-Drob: Borel and measured equivalence relations and trees
If you have any questions about the program, contact one of the
Applications to the school should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a young researcher, also ask a senior researcher (typically
your advisor) to send a short reference email to the same address. The
selected participants will be provided some financial support to cover
their local expenses. In exceptional cases, some financial support for
travel will also be provided.
The application email should contain the following information,
preferably following the format below:
The University of the Basque Country offers several Fellowships to study for a
PhD degree. The GRECA research group at the University of the Basque Country
in Bilbao, Spain, would like to advertise this call and offers its support in
applications under the supervision of Gustavo Fernandez-Alcober, Jon
Gonzalez-Sanchez or Ilya Kazachkov.
REQUIREMENTS TO THE CANDIDATES
* Having completed their first (bachelor) degree after June 2012.
HOW TO APPLY
Candidates should send an e-mail to the address email@example.com before
May 27th, including the following information:
* Comprehensive curriculum vitae, and full academic record.
* Cover letter.
* Two recommendation letters