Algebraic Combinatorics Seminar 

3rd Floor Library
The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences
222 College Street Toronto, Ontario M5T 3J1 Canada


Welcome to ACS@Fields.
 The purpose of this seminar is to cover exposition on topics of algebraic combinatorics which are of interest to the people attending,
so please feel free to come and participate.

  We also organize special sessions jointly with the Applied Algebra Seminar   (York University)

Fields Workshop

Fridays 1:30pm - 3:30pm

Special Session

Wednesday 2:00pm - 3:00pm

December 15:  Murray Elder (University of St. Andrews)

Pattern avoiding permutations are context sensitive


Fall 2004 topic:  (Quasi-) Symmetric functions in noncommutative variables and applications




Programme:

Date Speaker Subject
10/1 Nantel Bergeron (York University)
Solomon-Tits algebra I
10/8
Nantel Bergeron (York University)
Solomon-Tits algebra II
10/15
Christophe Hohlweg (The Fields Institute and York University)
"Exceptionally, this meeting will take place at  3pm"
Solomon-Tits algebra III: Coxeter complex of permutations
10/22
Mike Zabrocki (York University)
Noncommutative symmetric and quasisymmetric functions I
10/29
Mike Zabrocki (York University) Noncommutative symmetric and quasisymmetric functions II
11/05
Working session
Computations with Solomon-Tits and noncommutative symmetric functions
11/12
No session today
No session today
11/19
Special Session
Srečko Brlek (UQAM)

On the palindromic complexity of infinite word
12/3
Working session
Fundamental basis of NCSym I
12/10
Working session
Fundamental basis of NCSym II
12/15
Special Session
Murray Elder (University of St. Andrews)
Pattern avoiding permutations are context sensitive


If you have a suggestion for a topic please bring it up for discussion it at the next seminar. 
If you would like to contribute by preparing a presentation please talk to Christophe.

  


Past topics:

Fall 2003 - Quasi-symmetric functions and applications
Winter 2003 - Topic Crystal bases for superalgebras
Fall 2002 - Topic Crystal bases


For more informations (or corrections concerning this web page), contact
  Christophe Hohlweg - chohlweg(nospam)@(nospam)fields.utoronto.ca