NEW DIRECTIONS IN REPRESENTATION THEORY

The University of Queensland in partnership with the Mathematical Research Sciences Institute

20 JUNE – 01 JULY

 

Scientific Director – Geordie Williamson

New Directions in Representation Theory

Representation Theory has undergone a revolution in recent years, with the development of new techniques which has led to resolution of many problems previously considered to be intractable. The school aims to provide participants with a taste of these new techniques and exciting recent developments in the area.

It is expected that all participants will be proficient in advanced algebra at an undergraduate level as a prerequisite for the program.

Timetable

All classes will be conducted from 9am – 6pm (AEST) Monday – Friday across the program.
Please see our timetable for more details on scheduled activities and timings in the USA.

Please note: To attend a UQ location, you must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and complete a Covid declaration form.

Key Dates

May
13
Participants advised of application outcomes
May
23
Deadline to pay AMSI Winter School fees

Fees and Payment

Successful applicants will be asked to pay the program fees upon receiving a formal offer to participate in the program. Payment will be via the University of Queensland payment page. Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by Friday 13 May.

Note: Program places will only be confirmed after payment has been made.

AMSI MEMBERS* RATE
STUDENT $290
STANDARD $490
NON-AMSI MEMBERS
RATE
STUDENT $490
STANDARD $690

All prices are in AUD and inclusive of GST

*Who can access AMSI Member rates?

> Staff currently employed at an AMSI Member Institution

> Students currently enrolled at an AMSI Member Institution

> Retirees who have a current AustMS membership

There is no individual membership required. View a full list of AMSI Member Institutions

Code of conduct

AMSI and The University of Queensland are committed to ensuring AMSI Winter School 2022 is a welcoming, safe and productive meeting environment that fosters open dialogue and the exchange of ideas, promotes equal opportunities and treatment for all participants, and is free of harassment and discrimination.

We ask all participants to review the University of Queensland’s Code of Conduct. Adherence to this Code is a requirement for all Winter School participants.

https://ppl.app.uq.edu.au/content/1.50.01-code-conduct
https://ppl.app.uq.edu.au/content/3.60.01-student-code-conduct

Individuals experiencing or observing inappropriate behaviour or breaches of this Code are encouraged to report this to the Winter School Event Director or a member of the organising committee.

Sponsors

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