NEW DATES - Khansar School on Graph Algebras, Current Trends and Perspectives






The main theme of the proposed school are graph algebras, which are objects of growing interest that lie at the boundary between algebra and analysis among other mathematical fields. Despite being introduced only about a decade ago, Leavitt path algebras, as algebraic counterpart of graph C ∗ -algebras, have arisen in a variety of different contexts as diverse as symbolic dynamics, noncommutative geometry, representation theory, and number theory. The goals of the research school we propose are: first, to gather young researchers in order to provide them the basics on graph algebras and related topics and also a glimpse of the state of art in the ongoing research carried out within the fields which comprise the subject of Leavitt path algebras and graph C∗ -algebras; second, to provide the audience a general view of the results which have been achieved; and, finally, to give a broad picture of some of the research lines which are currently being pursued.

Official language of the school: English

Administrative and scientific coordinators

Razieh VAHED (University of Khansar,
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Mercedes SILES MOLINA (University of Malaga,
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Scientific program

Course 1: "Introduction to Leavitt Path Algebras", Mehdi AAGHABALI (University of Tehran, Iran)

Course 2: "Introduction to Representation of Quivers", Javad ASADOLLAHI (University of Isfahan, and IPM, Iran)

Course 3: "Ideals of Leavitt Path Algebras", Muge KANUMI (Duzce University, Turkey)

Course 4: "An Introduction to the Elliott Classification Program", Masoud AMINI (Tarbiat Modares University, and IPM, Iran)

Course 5: "Graded Groupoids in Algebra and Geometry", Roozbeh HAZRAT (Western Sydney University, Australia)

Course 6: "The Representation Question and Steinberg Algebras", Pere ARA (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain)

Course 7: "Ample Groupoid Algebras", Lisa ORLOFF CLARK (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)

Course 8: "Noncommutative Algebraic Geometry", Susan SIERRA (The University of Edinburgh, UK)

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