This meeting is intended as an introduction to the Society's General Meeting later in the day, All graduate students (and indeed any other mathematicians) are very welcome.
Dr Robert D. Gray (UEA)
Title: Presentations of semigroups, groups and other algebraic structures
Abstract: Presentations are a fundamental tool for describing algebraic objects as homomorphic images of free objects. In this talk I will give an introduction to the theory of presentations of algebraic structures in terms of generators and relations. I will also say something about some of the key algebraic and computational notions which arise in this context such as residual finiteness and the word problem.
Student talks (up to 10 slots available; 3 slots left)
Dimitris Michailidis (Kent) Path theoretic bases for the irreducible representations of type B Temperley-Lieb algebra.
Cesare Giulio Ardito (Manchester) Lowering expectations in modular representation theory.
Rene Garcia (Leeds) The moduli space of vortex-antivortex pairs
- Aras Asaad (Buckingham) Persistent Homology to Detect Fake Face Images
- Carl-Fredrik Nyberg Brodda (UEA) Decision Problems for Groups and Semigroups
- Nick Williams (Leicester) Nice triangulations of cyclic polytopes
- Tasmin Symons (Imperial College) Aspects of geo-temporal Gaussian random fields.
- Swinda Falkena (Reading) Derivation of Delay Equation Climate Models using Projection Methods.
Students are invited to give short talks (up to 15 minutes) aimed at a general mathematical audience. A prize will be awarded for the best talk (by popular vote). If you would like to give a talk, please email firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 27 June 2019.
The Society's General Meeting and Aitken Lecture, a Society meeting open to all, will follow the Graduate Student Meeting, from 3.00pm to 6.00pm.
Dr Paul Shafer (Leeds)
Title: An introduction to computable functions and computable structures.
Professor Bakh Khoussainov (University of Auckland)
Title: Semigroups, Groups, Algebras and their Finitely Presented Expansions.
Place are free and all refreshments including lunch will be provided.
Travel grants of up to £100 are available to students who attend both the Graduate Student Meeting the Society's General Meeting.
The General Meeting will be followed by a reception at the Ambassadors' Hotel. Bloomsbury and the LMS Society Dinner also the Ambassadors' Hotel, Bloomsbury.
5 - 7 Tavistock Place
London, WC1H 9SN