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Why the Galois-McKay conjecture and new consequences

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17th Meeting: Groups & Their Applications

While the celebrated McKay conjecture asserts that two numbers, one local, the other global, are in fact the same, the Galois version of this conjecture is strong enough to relate certain global and local structures.

We will give a survey on this and offer new recent consequences.

This talk is part of the Algebra seminar series.

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