22 June to 26 June 2009

Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK

**Organisers:** M Geck (*University of Aberdeen*), A Kleshchev (*University of Oregon*) and G Röhrle (*Ruhr-Universität Bochum*).

in association with the Newton Institute programme Algebraic Lie Theory (12 January to 26 June 2009)

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This is the concluding conference of the programme on Algebraic Lie Theory. It brings together leading experts of the various branches in this field, ranging from classical Lie theory to the modern use of geometric methods in representation theory. The goal is to review the state of the art and to map out new directions in this highly dynamic and interdisciplinary area of current research.

- PN Achar (
*Louisiana State University*) - S Ariki (
*Kyoto University*) - J Bernstein (
*Tel Aviv University*) - R Bezrukavnikov (
*Massachusetts Institute of Technology*) - C Bonnafé (
*Université de Franche-Comté*) - M Broué (
*Institut Henri Poincaré*) - J Brundan (
*University of Oregon*) - I Cherednik (
*University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and RIMS (Kyoto University)*) - P Fiebig (
*Universität Freiburg*) - E Friedlander (
*Northwestern University*) - RM Guralnick (
*University of Southern California*) - DP Juteau (CNRS - Université de Caen Basse-Normandie)
- V Kac (
*Massachusetts Institute of Technology*) - T Lam (
*Harvard University*) - GI Lehrer (
*University of Sydney*) - IV Loseu (
*Massachusetts Institute of Technology*) - D Nakano (
*University of Georgia*) - EM Opdam (
*University of Amsterdam*) - A Premet (
*University of Manchester*) - R Rouquier (
*University of Oxford*) - W Soergel (
*Universität Freiburg*) - B Srinivasan (
*University of Illinois at Chicago*) - V Toledano-Laredo (
*Northeastern University*) - E Vasserot (
*Université Paris 7 - Denis-Diderot*)

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