Catharina Stroppel

Mathematisches Institut
Universitaet Bonn



Endenicher Allee 60
Room 4.007
53115 Bonn
GERMANY
email: stroppel@math.uni-bonn.de
Tel: +49 (0) 228 73 6838
Office hours:
nach Vereinbarung (by appointment)


Secretary:

Ursula Mueller-Moewes
Endenicher Allee 60
Room 4.011
53115 Bonn
email: m-moewes@math.uni-bonn.de
Tel: +49 (0) 228 73 2947
FAX: +49 (0) 228 73 62249



Research interests:

    • Representation theory of Lie algebras

    • Connections to Topology (in particular knot invariants, manifold invariants)

    • Categorification and TQFT

    • Combinatorial aspects of representation theory (Schubert calculus, Kazdhan-Lusztig theory, canonical bases etc.)

    • Hecke algebras and their representation theory

    • Diagram algebras categorification and higher category theory

Our working group:
Algebra and Representation Theory in Bonn
 

  • Research:

  • Publications/Preprints (see also the arxiv)


    Teaching (SoSe 2016)

  • Lecture course Advanced Algebra I – Introduction to algebraic categorification (V4A5)

    Tuesdays 16-18, Fridays 10-12, Wegelerstr. 10, Zeichensaal.

    The course gives an introduction into a few concepts in the theory of categorifications. We focus on algebraic methods and examples. The requirements is knowledge about the representation theory of classical semisimple Lie algebras over the complex numbers and good basic knowledge in algebra. Some experience with quantum groups or representations of quivers is useful and will help to motivate some of the cinstructions, but not a necessary prerequisite.


  • Exercises to Advanced Algebra I , Thursdays 10-12, Math. SR 0.008

  • Graduate Seminar on Advanced Algebra (S4A3), Mondays 16-18, Math. SR 1.008

  • Graduate Seminar on Representation Theory (S4A2), Thursdays 16-18, Math. SR. 1.007

  • Oberseminar Darstellungstheorie, Fridays 14-16, Math. SR 1.008

          • Basic Notions Seminar
            What is a ..., why should we study them and what is known about them?

            A general seminar for Master und PhD students organized by students (as part of the Bonn International Graduate School  BIGS)

There will be a

Workshop Categorification (SFB Transregio 45) May 16 – May 20, 2016

Organizer: Daniel Tubbenhauer

Young Women in Representation Theory
            (23.-25. June 2016)


Organizers: Joanna Meinel, Charlotte Ricke, Catharina Stroppel

Felix Klein Lectures June 27 – July 01, 2016



PhD / Diploma / Master / Bachelor students



Events in Bonn

Applications for a PhD via the Bonn International Graduate School (BIGS)