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A NATO ASI - Symmetric Functions 2001: Surveys of Developments and Perspectives

25th June 2001 to 6th July 2001

Original URL: http://www.newton.ac.uk/programmes/SFM/sfmw03.html

Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

Symmetric Functions and Macdonald Polynomials

8 Jan - 6 Jul 2001

Organisers: Professor P Hanlon (Michigan), Professor IG Macdonald (QMW), Professor AO Morris (Aberystwyth)

NATO Advanced Study Institute

with support from the EC

Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK

symmetric functions 2001:

surveys of developments and perspectives

Directors: Sergey Fomin (Michigan); Grigori Olshanski (Dobrushin Lab, IPPI)

Organising Committee:  Phil Hanlon (Michigan); Ian G Macdonald (QMW); Andrei Okounkov (UC Berkeley)

Participants

 

Programme

25 June – 6 July 2001

Topics: Macdonald polynomials. Combinatorial and asymptotic problems in representation theory, algebraic geometry, and mathematical physics.

Lecturers:   Persi Diaconis; William Fulton; Mark Haiman; Phil Hanlon; Alexander Klyachko; Bernard Leclerc; Ian G. Macdonald; Masatoshi Noumi; Andrei Okounkov; Grigori Olshanski; Eric Opdam; Anatoly Vershik; Andrei Zelevinsky

Location and Costs: The Euro Summer School/NATO ASI will take place at the Newton Institute and accommodation for participants will be provided in single study bedrooms at Wolfson Court, a hall of residence adjacent to the Institute.  The accommodation package (24 June – 7 July 2001) costs £650, and includes accommodation, breakfast and evening meals plus lunch and refreshments during the days that lectures take place. Limited financial support may be available for those from NATO, Partner countries and Mediterranean Dialogue countries. 

The Euro Summer School/NATO ASI is also supported by the European Community and funding is available to support some young researchers. It is intended for nationals of EC Member States and of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Israel, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Switzerland, who must all be under 35 years of age. Self-supporting participants of any age and nationality are welcome to apply.  Numbers will be restricted to about 80 participants

Further Information:  Please contact Tracey Andrew, Programme and Conference Secretary, Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, 20 Clarkson Road, Cambridge, CB3 0EH, UK.

Additional information is available here.

Closing Date for the receipt of applications is 16 February 2001

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