# Algebra Seminar 2010

This seminar is held on Tuesdays at 4pm in 210 Deady.

### Fall Quarter, 2010

- October 5 –
**Edward Richmond**– University of British Columbia

**Coxeter foldings and generalized Littlewood-Richardson coefficients** - October 5, 5-5:50 pm, 106 Friendly (UNUSUAL TIME AND PLACE!) –
**Benjamin Elias**– Columbia University

**Manin-Schechtman theory and Soergel bimodules** - October 12 –
**Vadim Vologodsky**– University of Oregon

**Computing integrals via cohomology** - October 19 –
**Orit Davidovich**– University of Texas, Austin

**State Sums in 2-dimensional G-equivariant Extended Topological Field Theories** - October 22, 4pm (UNUSUAL DAY!) –
**Ivan Losev**– MIT

**Quantizations of Kleinian singularities** - October 26 –
**Joachim Cuntz**– University of Munster

**Functoriality of C*-algebras associated with rings of integers and related questions.** - November 9 –
**Valerio Toledano Laredo**– Northeastern University

**Yangians, quantum loop algebras and trigonometric connections** - November 30 –
**Graduate class offering**

### Winter Quarter, 2011

- January 11 –
**Dylan Rupel**– University of Oregon

**Quantum Cluster Algebras and Quivers** - January 18, 3pm (UNUSUAL TIME!) –
**Ben Webster**– University of Oregon

**Categorification and Lie algebras** - February 1 –
**David Jordan**– MIT

**Quantized multiplicative quiver varieties** - February 8 –
**David Penneys**– UC Berkeley

**The representation theory of a subfactor** - March 1 –
**Carl Mautner**– Harvard University

**Tilting modules and parity sheaves** - March 8 –
**Peter Tingley**– MIT

**Universal Verma modules and the Misra-Miwa Fock space** - March 15 –
**Anthony Licata**– Stanford University

**Heisenberg categorification and Hilbert Schemes**

### Spring Quarter, 2011

- March 29 –
**Alexei Davydov**– University of New Hampshire

**Categorical Schur-Weyl duality** - April 5 –
**Allen J. Stewart**– University of Oregon

**On the center of the ring of differential operators on a smooth variety over Z/p^nZ.** - May 31 (joint algebra-analysis-topology seminar) –
**Igor Mineyev**– University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

**The Hanna Neumann Conjecture, generalizations, and relations to several fields of mathematics.**