Quantum Homogeneous Spaces

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Quantum Homogeneous Spaces

 11 - 15 Jun 2018
 ICMS, 15 South College Street Edinburgh

Scientific Organisers:

  • Stefan Kolb, Newcastle University

  • Ulrich Kraehmer, Technische Universität Dresden

  • Adam Skalski, Mathematical Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences

  • Christian Voigt, University of Glasgow

The objective of this workshop is to exhibit connections and stimulate interactions amongst ergodic actions of topological quantum groups, quantum symmetric pairs and commutative quantum homogeneous spaces

Speakers:

  • Kenny de Commer, Vrije Universiteit Brussel - Quantum Groups, Quantum Flag Manifolds and Quantum Symmetric Spaces 

  • Jasper Stokman, University of Amsterdam - Integrable Structures Arising From Split Symmetric Pairs

  • Alexandru Chirvasitu, University of California - Quantum Homogeneous Spaces for Compact Quantum Groups

  • Pawel Kasprzak, University of Warsaw - Contractive Idempotent Functionals on Locally Compact Quantum Groups

  • Debashish Goswami, Indian Statistical Institutem Kolkata - Quantum Symmetry of Classical Spaces

  • Angela Tabiri, University of Glasgow - Reducible and Compact Real Form Singular Curves Which are Quantum Homogeneous Spaces

  • Andrey Mudrov, University of Leicester - Homogeneous Vector Bundles Over Quantum Spheres

  • Marco Matassa, University of Oslo - Coideal Subalgebras and K-matrices in the *-Algebra Setting

  • Julien Bichon, Université Clermont Auvergne - Graded Twisting of Comodule Algebras

  • Manuel Jose Silva Martins, Technische Universität Dresden - Quantum Groups Acting on the Nodal Cubic

  • Gail Letzter, National Security Agency - Quantum Symmetric Pairs and Their Representations

  • Liam Dobson, Newcastle University - Factorisation of Quasi K-Matrices for Quantum Symmetric Pairs

  • Mariusz Tobolski, University of Warsaw - An Equivariant Pushout Structure of Vaksman-Soibelman Odd Quantum Spheres

  • Weiqiang Wang, University of Virginia - Perspectives on Quantum Symmetric Pairs

  • Yuki Arano, Kyoto University - Rokhlin Actions of Tensor Categories

  • Tim Weelinck, University of Edinburgh - Quantum Symmetric Pairs, Low-Dimensional Topology and Hecke Algebras

  • Ami Viselter, University of Haifa - Convolution Semigroups on Quantum Groups and Non-Commutative Dirichlet Forms

  • Sara Malacarne, University of Oslo - Martin Boundary of the Dual of a Free Unitary Quantum Group

  • Miguel Couto, University of Glasgow - Commutative-by-Finite Hopf Algebras and Their Finite Dual

  • Moritz Weber, Universität des Saarlandes - Quantum Spaces Arising from Partitions of Sets

  • Anna Wysoczanska-Kula, University of Wroclaw - On a Levy-Khinchine Type Decomposition on Universal Quantum Groups and the Related Cohomological Properties

  • Bob Yuncken, Université Clermont Auvergne - Twisted Spectral Triples and Pseudodifferential Calculus on Quantum Projective Spaces

  • Pierre Bieliavsky, Université catholique de Louvain - Noncommutative Smooth Surfaces in Higher Genera

  • Makoto Yamashita, Ochanomizu University - Ribbon Braided Module Categories, Quantum Symmetric Pairs and Knizhnik–Zamolodchikov Equations

  • James Zhang, University of Washington - Quantum Homogeneous Spaces Associated to Hopf Operads

Participants

Name
Institution
Jamie, AntounUniversity of Glasgow
Yuki, AranoKyoto University
Martina, BalagovicNewcastle University
Jyotishman, BhowmickIndian Statistical Institute, Kolkata
Julien, BichonClermont-Ferrand University
Pierre, BiellavskyLeuven University
Ken, BrownUniversity of Glasgow
Tomasz, BrzezinskiSwansea University
Martijn, CaspersTU Delft
Alexandru, ChirvasituUniversity at Buffalo
Miguel, CoutoUniversity of Glasgow
Matthew, DawsUniversity of Central Lancashire
Kenny, De CommerVUB (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
Liam, DobsonUniversity of Newcastle
Victor, GayralUniversity of Reims
Debashish, GoswamiIndian Statistical Institute, Kolkata
Jan, GrabowskiUniversity of Lancaster
Daniel, GromadaSaarland University
David, JordanUniversity of Edinburgh
Stefan, JungSaarland University
Pawel, KasprzakUniversity of Warsaw
Eric, KoelinkRadboud Universiteit
Stefan, KolbNewcastle University
Christian, KorffUniversity of Glasgow
Ulrich, KraehmerTechnische Universität Dresden
Kobi, KremnizerUniversity of Oxford
Stéphane, LaunoisUniversity of Kent
Gail, LetzterNational Security Agency
Laura, MaassenRWTH Aachen University
Myriam, MahamanTU Dresden
Marco, MatassaVUB Brussels
Ehud, MeirUniversity of Hamburg
Andrey, MudrovUniversity of Leicester
Sergey, NeshveyevUniversity of Oslo
Theo, RaedscheldersUniversity of Glasgow
Vidas, RegelskisUniversity of York
Damien, RivetUniversite Clermont Auvergne
Simon, SchmidtSaarland University
Manuel Jose Ribeiro de Castro, Silva MartinsTU Dresden
Adam, Skalski Mathematical Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Piotr, SoltanUniversity of Warsaw
Jasper, StokmanUniversity of Amsterdam
Angela, TabiriUniversity of Glasgow
Mauriusz, TobolskiUniversity of Warsaw
Ami, ViselterUniversity of Haifa
Bart, VlaarHeriot-Watt University
Christian, VoigtUniversity of Glasgow
Jonas, WahlKU Leuven
Chelsea, WaltonU. Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Weiqiang, WangUniversity of Virginia
Moritz, WeberUniversity of Saarbucken
Tim, WeelinkUniversity of Edinburgh
Anna, Wysoczanska-KulaUniwersytet Wroclawski
Makoto, YamashitaOchanomizu University
Robert, YunckenUniversity Clermont Auvergne
James, ZhangUniversity of Washington
Haonan, ZhangInstitute of Mathematics Polish Academy of Sciences