Haifa, July 5-12, 2004

Monday, July 5 | ||

9:40-10:30 | Olivier Schiffmann | Canonical Bases of loop algebras via quot schemes |

11:00-11:50 | Alexander Braverman | Enumerative problems in algebraic geometry and quantum groups |

12:00-12:50 | Serguei Arkhipov | Semi-infinite Bernstein-Gelfand-Gelfand complex for small quantum groups and the global cousin complex for the semi-infinite flag variety |

14:30-15:20 | Victor Ginzburg | Quantum groups, the loop Grassmannian and the Springer resolution |

15:30-16:20 | Evgeny Mukhin | Monomial bases in the virasoro modules |

16:50-17:40 | Ivan Mirkovic | Localization for quantum groups at roots of unity |

Tuesday, July 6 | ||

9:00-9:50 | Jonathan Beck | Bases for quantum affine SL_2 |

10:00-10:50 | Maxim Vybornov | Combinatorial perverse sheaves and IC-modules |

11:20-12:10 | Roman Bezrukavnikov | Homological localization for quantum groups at root of unity |

14:00-14:50 | David Kazhdan | From geometric crystals to crystal bases |

15:05-15:55 | Dennis Gaitsgory | Representations of the small quantum group and of affine algebras at the critical level |

16:25-17:15 | Sergei Loktev | Weyl modules over multi-dimensional currents |

17:30-18:20 | Amiram Braun | Quantum enveloping algebras and the unique factorisation property |

Wednesday, July 7 | ||

9:00-9:50 | Anthony Joseph | Quantum KPRV determinants and their classical analogues |

10:00-10:50 | Steven Shnider | From equivariant quantization to dynamical Yang Baxter equations and back |

11:20-12:10 | Vladimir Roubtsov | Elliptic algebras and commuting families in skew fields |

14:00-14:50 | Marc Rosso | Tensor products of irreducible representations of quantum groups at a root of 1 |

15:05-15:55 | Rinat Kedem | Fusion products and Kostka polynomials |

16:25-17:15 | Yuri Bazlov | "Bracket algebras" and noncommutative geometry of Weyl groups |

17:30-18:20 | Tim Hodges | Triangular Poisson groups |

Thursday, July 8 | ||

9:00-9:50 | Victor Ostrik | Module categories over representations of quantum SL(2) and preprojective algebras |

10:00-10:50 | Hans Wenzl | Braid representations related to spinors |

11:20-12:10 | Edward Effros | On the quantized functional analysis associated with quantum groups |

14:00-14:50 | Dmitri Nikshych | An analogue of Radford's S^4 formula for tensor categories |

15:05-15:55 | Yasuyuki Kawahigashi | Operator algebras and vertex operator algebras |

16:25-17:15 | Nicolai Reshetikhin | Braiding in quantum groups at roots of 1 |

17:30-18:20 | Dimitri Gurevich | Geometry of non-commutative orbits |

Friday, July 9 | ||

9:00-9:50 | Hans-Juergen Schneider | Representations of pointed Hopf algebras |

10:00-10:50 | Yorck Sommerhaeuser | The index of a character |

11:10-12:00 | Yevgenia Kashina | Higher Frobenius-Schur indicators for semisimple Hopf algebras |

13:00-13:50 | Stefaan Caenepeel | The Brauer group of Azumaya corings and the second etale cohomology group |

14:00-14:50 | Earl Taft | The search for a one-sided quantum group |

15:10-16:00 | Serban Raianu | Duality for Hopf algebras and corings |

Sunday, July 11 | ||

9:00-9:50 | Jasper Stokman | Vector valued spherical functions on quantum groups |

10:00-10:50 | Erik Koelink | Dynamical quantum groups and special functions |

11:20-12:10 | Andrey Mudrov | Dynamical reflection equation |

14:00-14:50 | Jacob Greenstein | Filtrations and completions of certain positive level modules over quantum affine algebras |

15:05-15:55 | Arkady Berenstein | Quantum cluster algebras |

16:25-17:15 | Paul Bressler | Levels and characters |

Monday, July 12 | ||

9:00-9:50 | Sonia Natale | Double categories and quantum groupoids |

10:00-10:50 | Jacob Towber | Writhe- and amplitude-invariants of smooth 2-knots in R^4 |

11:20-12:10 | Miriam Cohen | Fourier transforms on Hopf algebras |

14:00-14:50 | Istvan Heckenberger | Finite dimensional rank 2 Nichols algebras of diagonal type |

15:00-15:50 | Sara Westreich | Finite-dimensional pointed Hopf algebras of type A_n |

16:10-17:00 | Juan Jose Guccione | Hochschild homology of Frobenius algebras, with examples from Hopf algebra theory |

17:10-18:00 | Ian Marshall | The momentum map for hidden symmetries of the Wess-Zumino-Novikov-Witten model |