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Local representation theory

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The local-global principle in representation theory of finite groups is one of the most actively researched areas of algebra. Recently, the two theories of fusion systems and perverse equivalences have started to shed light on this area. In this talk I will survey the most recent developments in this field, which touches on finite groups, derived categories, algebraic geometry, combinatorics, fusion systems and algebraic topology.

This talk is part of the Algebra Seminar series.

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