Tamari lattices and their representations

Representation Theory

23 April 15:30 - 16:30

Frederic Chapoton - Institut Camille Jordan

The lattices that bear the name of the mathematician Dov Tamari (1911-2006) have a very simple combinatorial definition. They are closely related to the notion of associativity, which is certainly central in mathematics. It turns out that they have much more connections to subjects of current interest. To name a few, they are related to cluster algebras and tilting modules, but also made a guest appearance in the study of diagonal invariants. I will advocate for the study of their (derived) categories of modules, as an interesting object about which knowledge is still very sparse.
Henning Haahr Andersen
Aarhus University
Aslak Bakke Buan
NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Volodymyr Mazorchuk,
Uppsala University


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