The June 2012 meeting of the Seminar Sophus Lie will take
place at the University of Luxembourg,
Campus Kirchberg, room C02.
The scientific programme will start
at 9 a.m. on Friday,
June 15, 2012 and last till Saturday, June 16, 2012 around noon.
The detailed programme can be found under the following link:
Seminar Sophus Lie is an international seminar of mathematicians interested in
the theory of Lie groups and their wider horizon. It was founded around
1989-90 when, during the Volkskammer Government of the German Democratic
Republic in 1989, open contacts between mathematicians in East- and
Westgermany became a reality for the first time since 1961. Several
mathematicians located at the Technische Hochschule Darmstadt, the University
of Erlangen, the University of Greifswald, and the University of Leipzig
organized informally the Seminar with financial support by the Deutsche
Forschungsgemeinschaft and met for the first seminar session at the
University of Leipzig in January 1991. The Seminar usually meets once a
semester since that time. Over the years the
seminar had participants from more and more countries, e.g. Austria, France, Hungary, Poland, and Romania.
More information on the history of the Seminar Sophus Lie and the related Journal of
Lie theory, including links to the program of former meetings
Seminar Sophus Lie.
- Martin Olbrich (Luxembourg)
< martin.olbrich (at) uni.lu >
- Oleksandr Iena (Luxembourg)
< oleksandr.iena (at) uni.lu >
- Carine Molitor-Braun (Luxembourg)
< carine.molitor (at) uni.lu >
- Martin Schlichenmaier (Luxembourg)
< martin.schlichenmaier (at) uni.lu >
Jørgen Ellegard Andersen