Quantum Groups: Current Trends and New Perspectives

Workshop at University of Oslo

The theory of quantum groups, invented around 40 years ago, is a flourishing subject that continues to find new connections to other areas of mathematics. In the operator algebraic setting, this theory provides a rich paradigm to understand quantum symmetry with strong connections to subfactor, free probability, and more recently, quantum information. This workshop aims to bring together active researchers in this area at different career stages to facilitate exchange of ideas, and foster new developments.

Practical information

  • December 5–9, 2022
  • University of Oslo, Blindern campus, Vilhelm Bjerknes' hus, Auditorium 4
  • Breakout rooms: Auditorium 2 (Monday–Wednesday), Seminar room 123 (except for –15:00 Monday)
  • A detailed guide about transportation, accommodation, etc., can be found here.
  • Program can be found here.

Invited speakers

Contributed talks

  • Benjamin Anderson-Sackaney
  • Alfons Van Daele
  • Nicolas Fabre
  • Lucas Hataishi
  • Ting Lu
  • Lukas Rollier
  • Ami Viselter
  • Mateusz Wasilewski
Tags: Operator Algebra, Quantum groups
Published July 5, 2022 12:51 PM - Last modified Nov. 30, 2022 10:10 AM