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 :link.A1 { text-decoration: none } :active.A1 { text-decoration: none } :visited.A1 { color: #cc6633; text-decoration: none } :hover.A1 { color: #ff0033; text-decoration: underline } A:hover { color: #ff0033; text-decoration: underline } .style1 { height: 20px; } .MsgBody-text { font: 10pt monospace; }div.WordSection1 {page:WordSection1;} table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-parent:""; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Times New Roman","serif"} span.SpellE {} IPM > School of Mathematics > IPM-Isfahan > Workshop The First workshop on    Noncommutative Ring Theory November 12-13 (Aban 21-22, 1393) IPM-Isfahan Branch, Isfahan, Iran Local Organizers: Shadi Asgari (IPM-Isfahan) Yaser Tolooei (Razi University)     Speaker: Robert Wisbauer (Heinrich Heine University, Dusseldorf, Germany)     Schedule of talks: Professor Wisbauer will give a series of four lectures - one building up on the previous ones: 1. The category of abelian groups Properties of abelian groups (and modules over a commutative ring) will be considered by describing them in terms of homomorphisms (and not in terms of elements. This is a crash course in Linear Algebra. 2. Algebras and coalgebras Using the language developed in 1, the notions of algebras and their modules are introduced; this leads naturally to the notion of coalgebras and their comodules and their basic properties. Hereby the question arises how special properties of algebras and modules transfer to coalgebras and comodules. 3. Combining algebras and coalgebras The lecture deals with objects which allow for an algebra and a coalgebra structure subject to some compatibility conditions. Examples for this are Frobenius, Azumaya, and separable algebras. 4. Hopf algebras As a special case of the general notions from 3, Hopf algebras are introduced by properties of related module categories.   You can see the abstracts of other lectures here.     Registration: Please fill out the Registration Form and send it to registration@ipm.ir   with the subject: "Ring Theory Workshop".     Registration fee: You can get more information about the registration fee here.     Deadline: Registration deadline: November 8, 2014 (Aban 17, 1393)   Contact: Shadi Asgari IPM-Isfahan, Phone: +98 (31) 37932319 Email: sh_asgari@ipm.ir    Address: IPM-Isfahan Branch, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran P. O. Box: 81745-157 Phone: 0098 (31) 3793 2319 Email: ipm-isfahan@ipm.ir http://math.ipm.ac.ir/Isfahan/     You can download the poster of the workshop by clicking here. İİ Copyright 2000-2013 Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences (IPM) All rights reserved. Please submit your comments or questions here, or contact Webmaster.