40th Annual New York Regional Graduate Mathematics Conference
Date: Saturday April 11, 2015 8:30am
This year’s 40th Annual New York Regional Graduate Mathematics Conference at Syracuse University will be held on Saturday April 11th, 2015. Our keynote speaker is Dr. Gordana Todorov of Northeastern University. The Syracuse Graduate Mathematics Conference is run entirely by graduate students and is generously supported by the American Mathematical Society.
Dr. Todorov received her PhD from Brandeis University under the great Dr. Maurice Auslander. Her dissertation was `Almost Split Sequences in the Representation Theory of Certain Classes of Artin Algebras’. She has written over 25 papers and has been cited hundreds of times. She as also given dozens of talks all over the world. This will not be her first stop at Syracuse University. Dr. Todorov also gave a talk titled `Tilting Modules and Exchange Pairs’ for the Algebra Seminar in May 2004 and a talk entitled `Trace Subfunctors and Modules over Preprojective Algebras’ at the AMS Fall Eastern Sectional Meeting at Syracuse University in October 2010. Dr. Todorovs areas of interest and research include representation theory of Artin algebras, non-commmubative algebras, representation of quivers, cluster algebras/categories, and semi-invariants.
Schedule and Abstracts
You may find a complete schedule for the day as well as abstracts for the talks to be given at the conference at this link.
Hall of Languages is located on the Syracuse University main campus near the Carrier Dome – just north of Carnegie Library. You may find the library on the map below or click here to find directions.