Catharina StroppelEndenicher Allee 60 Room 4.007 53115 Bonn GERMANY email: stroppel@math.unibonn.de Tel: +49 (0) 228 73 6838 Office hours: nach Vereinbarung (by appointment)
Room 4.011 email: erisoez@math.unibonn.de Tel: +49 (0) 228 73 2947 FAX: +49 (0) 228 73 62249 
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Slides of the ICM plenary talk 2022: The Beauty of Braids
ICM plenary talk 2022: The Beauty of Braids
Our working group:
Algebra and Representation Theory in Bonn
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Publications/Preprints (see also the arxiv)
 Lecture Course (V3A3 / F4A1):
Foundations in Representation Theory
Assistant: Johannes Flake
Mondays, 12–2 pm, Kleiner Hörsaal, Wegeler Str. 10 Fridays, 10–12 am, Hörsaal 6, FriedrichHirzebruchAllee 5
 Hauptseminar Algebra (S2A1) (joint with Johannes Flake): Computer assisted representation theory
The seminar is complementing the foundational course in representation theory / Grundzüge der Darstellungstheorie. We will focus on computational aspects of representation theory. Beside concrete representation theoretical problems we will learn how to use computer algebra programs and other programming tools to do calculations, produce patterns, make predictions and get a feeling for how it can help to come up with conjectures in the field. The seminar should only be taken by students who attend the lecture course in parallel. Many examples treated in the seminar will emerge from the course and, on the other hand, the seminar should help to deeper understand the theory presented in the lectures. No specific programming skills are required, but some openness to experimenting and playing around with codes and computer programs is expected and necessary. The format will be in blocks (the specific dates will be coordinated with the participants). There will be one introductory meeting of about 2 hours and then 3 times a longer block of about 8 hours (split over 2 consecutive days) where the participants give talks. The talks will be a mix of usual math talks and of computer based talks with presentations of programs. These programs and codes will be worked out and produced by the participants in preparation to the meeting. The main goal of the seminar is to bring together the abstract theory with the coding. In case of interest please send an email to one of the organisers. It will be on first come first serve basis. More details will be given in the break or after the lecture on 11th of October.
 Lecture Course (V5A6) Selected Topics in Representation Theory
Lecturer Alexandre Minets on Equivariant Methods in Representation Theory
Wednesdays 46pm in Endenicher Allee 60  N 0.007  Neubau
 Oberseminar Representation Theory (Darstellungstheorieseminar DAS)
Organisers: Johannes Flake and Catharina Stroppel
Fridays, 2:154pm in Endenicher Allee 60  SR 1.008.
Teaching (WS24/25)
Teaching (former years)
Current and former PhD / Diploma / Master / Bachelor students
Math Talks/Veranstaltungskalender
Applications for a PhD via the Bonn International Graduate School (BIGS)
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News
Gerd Faltings elected member of the Order Pour le Mérite
Geordie Williamson receives the Max PlanckHumboldt Research Award 2024
ERC Starting Grant for Markus Hausmann
EMS Prize 2024 for Jessica Fintzen
Bonn mathematics performs excellently again in QS ranking
Stefan Schwede is invited speaker at the ECM 2024 in Sevilla
Jessica Fintzen wins Cole Prize
Catharina Stroppel receives Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize 2023
Jessica Fintzen is awarded a Whitehead Prize of the London Mathematical Society
Peter Scholze elected as Foreign Member of the Royal Society