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The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences is a national and international visitor research institute. It runs research programmes on selected themes in mathematics and the mathematical sciences with applications over a wide range of science and technology. You can receive regular information by email on Institute seminars and events by subscribing to our mailing lists: follow the instructions at http://www.newton.cam.ac.uk/mailing.html. There are lists for each individual Institute programme. If you have a question about this list, please contact: Kathryn de Ridder; Clare Merritt; info@newton.ac.uk; Vincenzo Abete; ss917; ad864; Alex Boggis. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser. 30 upcoming talks and 10474 talks in the archive: show first 500. Computing Green functions in small characteristicsGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Meinolf Josef Geck (Universität Stuttgart). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 27 January 2020, 10:10-11:00 Constructing subgroups of exceptional algebraic groupsGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods David Craven (University of Birmingham). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 27 January 2020, 11:30-12:20 Constructive recognition of matrix groupsGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Heiko Dietrich (Monash University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 27 January 2020, 13:45-14:35 Base sizes of permutation groupsGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Joanna Fawcett (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 27 January 2020, 14:45-15:35 Gamma functions, monodromy and Apéry constantsKAH - K-theory, algebraic cycles and motivic homotopy theory Masha Vlasenko (Polish Academy of Sciences). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 27 January 2020, 15:00-16:00 Base sizes of permutation groups: an encoreGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Melissa Lee (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 27 January 2020, 16:05-16:35 Connections between Group related Databases in GAPGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Thomas Breuer (RWTH Aachen University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 27 January 2020, 16:40-17:30 Musing on implementing semigroup representation theory and software integrationGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Nicolas Thiery (Université Paris Saclay). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 January 2020, 09:10-10:00 Computing Brauer character tables of groups of Lie type in defining characteristicGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Frank Lübeck (RWTH Aachen University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 January 2020, 10:10-11:00 An algorithm to construct dihedral axial algebrasGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Madeleine Whybrow (Univerza na Primorskem). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 January 2020, 11:30-12:20 The 5-modular Character Table of the Lyons GroupGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Klaus Lux (University of Arizona). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 January 2020, 13:45-14:35 Between the sheets: rigid nilpotent elements in modular Lie algebrasGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods David Stewart (University of Newcastle upon Tyne). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 January 2020, 14:45-15:35 10 years of meataxe development.GRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Richard Parker (None / Other). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 January 2020, 16:05-16:55 Computational methods for exceptional groupsGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Adam Thomas (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 January 2020, 09:10-10:00 Constructing Ordinary Representations of Finite Groups via ExtensionGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Allan Steel (University of Sydney). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 January 2020, 10:10-11:00 Real forms of complex embeddings of maximal reductive Lie algebras in semisimple Lie algebrasGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Willem de Graaf (University of Trento). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 January 2020, 11:30-12:20 Rothschild Lecture: Elliptic curves associated to two-loop graphs (Feynman diagrams)KAH - K-theory, algebraic cycles and motivic homotopy theory Spencer Bloch (University of Chicago). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 29 January 2020, 16:00-17:00 Chevalley’s Theorem on constructible images made constructiveGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Mohamed Barakat (Universität Siegen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 January 2020, 09:10-10:00 Towards a nonsolvable Quotient AlgorithmGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Alexander Hulpke (Colorado State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 January 2020, 10:10-11:00 Rational and p-local motivic homotopy theoryKAH - K-theory, algebraic cycles and motivic homotopy theory Gabriela Guzman (Universität Duisburg-Essen). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 January 2020, 11:15-12:15 Conjugacy problems in GL(n,Z)GRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Bettina Eick (Technische Universität Braunschweig). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 January 2020, 11:30-12:20 Minimal models of symplectic quotient singularitiesGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Ulrich Thiel (University of Sydney). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 January 2020, 13:45-14:35 Classifying finite linear groups in prime degreeGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Dane Flannery (National University of Ireland Galway). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 January 2020, 14:45-15:35 Invariable generation of finite classical groupsGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Eilidh McKemmie (University of Southern California). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 January 2020, 16:05-16:35 Computing normalisers of highly intransitive permutation groupsGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Mun See Chang (University of St Andrews). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 January 2020, 16:35-17:05 Growth of class numbers of unipotent groupsGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Tobias Rossmann (National University of Ireland Galway). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 31 January 2020, 09:10-10:00 Classifying Isomorphism Classes of Algebraic GroupsGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Jay Taylor (University of Southern California). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 31 January 2020, 10:10-11:00 Backtrack Search in Permutation GroupsGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Christopher Jefferson (University of St Andrews). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 31 January 2020, 11:30-12:20 Classical groups, and generating small classical subgroupsGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Cheryl Praeger (University of Western Australia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 31 January 2020, 13:45-14:35 Computing with conjugacy classes in classical groupsGRAW02 - Computational and algorithmic methods Martin Liebeck (Imperial College London; Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 31 January 2020, 14:45-15:35 Please see above for contact details for this list. |
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