Hopf Algebras and Actions
Seattle Workshop 2014
November 15-16, 2014
This is one of a series of NSF-funded workshops which meet once every
few months during the academic year, organized by Geoff Mason, Susan
Montgomery and Joe Wolf. The purpose of the
program is to communicate results and ideas rather than to deliver polished
presentations. The program also serves to acquaint graduate students
in this area with a range of researchers in Lie theory, representation
theory and related areas.
The special theme of this workshop is "Hopf Algebras and Actions".
Other workshops are listed
Susan Montgomery, University of Southern California, USA
James J. Zhang, University of Washington, USA
Please email organizers if you plan to attend the workshop.
There is no registration fee.
There are some travel funds available with preference given to
students and post-docs. If you are a student, please ask your
advisor to send a supporting email to organizers.
Savery Hall 130, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, USA
Here is a list of hotels near the University
Hotels. Participants should arrange their own accommodation during the workshop.
Click here for
. All talks are given in SAV 130.
A list of participants
Click here for
a (partial) list of participants,
conference photo 1 and
conference photo 2
A campus map with building list can be found on the
University of Washington website.
Savery Hall is located
near the center of the north central part of the UW campus, see
The Department of Mathematics is located at
Padelford Hall, C-wing.
Arriving in Seattle
- One easy way from SEA/TAC airport to the University is to take a
- You could also take taxi or light rail.
- If you are familiar with the Seattle bus system, you could take light
rail to downtown Seattle, and change bus from downtown to your
Metro Transit's Trip Planner can help you to find the