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ORBITS, CRYSTALS and REPRESENTATION THEORY

Objective



Representation Theory is presently undergoing a spectacular
To ensure a continuing tradition of excellence the network aims to provide development with new insights coming from both Theoretical Physics and training through personal contact and through advanced courses at graduate and postdoctorial level. All centres have at least one senior member who be other areas of Pure Mathematics. The network aims to strongly enhance the able to provide expert guidance and overall this will cover practically all European contribution to this field through close cooperation between teams in both Europe and Israel drawn from many of the finest the topics within the programme. The network will support roughly 80 mathematicians actively involved in these exciting developments.The postdoctorial months per year, exchange of Junior Researchers and a total of seven conferences over the three-year period. These activities will all proposed research extends over the full range of algebraic and geometric have both a training and research content.
topics having as common base the rich and intricate structure of semisimple algebraic groups. The project will tackle open problems in the following areas:
2) Development and applications of crystal bases.
4) Developments emanating from the Functorial Approach (Geometric Langlands Conjecture, Localization, Topological invariants).

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Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI
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75230 Paris
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