Department of Mathematics

Rings and Modules Seminar

Twenty-fourth year
© 1999–2019 Thomas G. Kucera
Last updated: 2019-04-04-13:20
The Rings and Modules Seminar was founded in September of 1995 by G. Krause and T. Kucera. We meet weekly during the fall and winter academic terms and occasionally during the spring and summer. The seminar is open to discussion of all aspects of ring theory and module theory, and any related topics, such as algebraic geometry. We present original research, survey talks, and tutorials on topics of interest. We are always happy to hear talks by visitors.
We have a summary of the history of the activities of the seminar from 1995 to date.

We regret to announce the passing of our friend and colleague Guenter Krause, August 29, 2015.
We regret to announce the passing of our friend and occasional contributor to this Seminar,
Dr Susan Roddy, of Brandon University, October 05, 2017.

Schedule of talks, Winter 2019

Tuesday, 14:40-15:45
111 Armes

To accommodate longer talks, we may start at 14:30 from time to time.

We expect to meet once a week during the Winter term, starting the week of January 15.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Mathematics Boardroom, Machray Hall
Alok Shukla, post-doctoral fellow, University of Manitoba
Modular forms and Eisenstein series
Tuesday, January 22, 2019 No Seminar this week.
Tuesday, January 29, 2019 Rescheduled until next week due to frigid weather.
Tuesday, February 05, 2019 R. Padmanabhan, University of Manitoba
Group Laws Satisfying \(1+1=11\) and \(2+2=22\).
Tuesday, April 09, 2019 R. Rasheed (Computer Science, Mathematics)
Subresultant Theory for Ore Polynomials.
Spring/Summer Session 2019
We hope to schedule at least 3 talks from April 30 onwards.
We can always accommodate visitors.
Watch for updates.
In the future...
  • Continuation of topics from previous seasons
  • There will be talks from our students and guests.
  • Volunteers?

For further information on the seminar contact Dr. Thomas G. Kucera or Dr. Yang Zhang

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