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Tilting modules for algebraic groups

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  • UserAmit Hazi, DPMMS
  • ClockMonday 17 October 2016, 15:40-16:20
  • HouseMR3, CMS.

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Modular representation theory is all about describing representations of groups or algebras over fields of positive characteristic, when complete reducibility (e.g. Maschke’s theorem) fails to hold. In this talk I will introduce a class of interesting representations called tilting modules, show some ways in which their structure is much nicer than one might expect, and conclude with a few (large) unresolved questions and how one might go about solving them.

This talk is part of the DPMMS PhD student colloquium series.

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