MA8205 Representation theory for algebras
Lectures, problem sessions and office hours
The Tuesday lecture has been moved to Monday 14:15-16:00 and
room 656, SBII.
|Lecturer:||Øyvind Solberg, room 848, SBII|
|Lectures:||Mondays, 14:15-16:00, room 656, SBII,
|Lectures:||Thursdays, 12:15-14:00, KJL3, Kjelhuset.|
|Problem session:||Thursdays, 12:15-14:00, KJL3, Kjelhuset (every second week, approximately)|
|Office hours:||To be decided, room 854, SBII (my office)|
|Mid term week:||??|
|Mid term test:||??|
The course is based upon MA3203 Ring theory and MA3204 Homological
algebra. The contents of the course may vary, but it will have a
kernel containing: algebras given by a quiver, representations of
quivers, almost split sequences, Brauer-Thrall I, classification of
hereditary algebras of finite representation type, functor categories
and tilting theory for artin algebras. Additional topics will be
discussed based on who is taking the course.
|Authors:||M. Auslander, I. Reiten and S. O. Smalø|
|Title:||Representation theory of Artin algebras|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Extra notes might be handed out.||
More details later.
Problem sheets will appear here.