15th NWDR Workshop

Leibniz University Hannover
Friday, 2 July 2010

The NWDR network The name NWDR stands for a collection of research groups in representation theory which are located in the north-west region of Germany. There are regular meetings, at least one per semester.

The research groups forming the NWDR network also participate in the Research Priority Program (Schwerpunktprogramm) SPP 1388 Darstellungstheorie of the German Research Council DFG.

When and where? The 15th NWDR workshop will take place at the Leibniz University Hannover on Friday, 2 July 2010.

The talks will start at 11:00 and end around 17:30. After the talks there will be a conference dinner in a restaurant close to the main station, starting early at 18:15.

Everybody is welcome to attend.

Speakers and programme Susanne Danz (Oxford), Karsten Dietrich (Paderborn), Matthew Douglass (Texas/Bochum), Wei Hu (Beijing/Cologne), Markus Reineke (Wuppertal)

A detailed schedule, including all titles and abstracts, is now available.

All lectures will take place in room B 305 (in the main building, the Welfenschloss). Plan of the main building

Registration If you are planning to participate we would greatly appreciate if you could send us an email, to Thorsten Holm (holm at math.uni-hannover.de). Please also specify if you are planning to join us for the dinner.

Who will be there? Please see the preliminary list of participants (will be updated regularly).

How to get there? Click here for maps and directions.

Contact If you have any questions, please send an email to one of the local organizers: Christine Bessenrodt or Thorsten Holm.

Thorsten Holm Last update: 25 June 2010