Meetings
The seminar currently meets on Tuesday from 10h30 to 12h00 in room 6A (Campus Belval, Maison du Nombre, 6th floor) unless specified otherwise next to the date.
Occassionally we will have talks by invited guests at other times to be announced here.
Organizers
 Guenda Palmirotta
 Martin Olbrich
Upcoming sessions

Monday, 9.11.2020, 10 a.m. — onlineGuenda Palmirotta (Université du Luxembourg), " Solvability of invariant differential equations on the upper halfplane  III"
Past sessions

27.10.2020 — onlineGuenda Palmirotta (Université du Luxembourg), " Solvability of invariant differential equations on the upper halfplane  II"

20.10.2020 — Room 6AGuenda Palmirotta (Université du Luxembourg), " Solvability of invariant differential equations on the upper halfplane  I"

POSTPONED 17.3.2020  Room 6ASalah Mehdi (Université de Lorraine, France), "Limit of orbits and representations of Lie groupsII"

POSTPONED 26.3.2020  Room MNO 1.040Lucas Fresse (Université de Lorraine, France), "Limit of orbits and representations of Lie groupsIII"

POSTPONED 07.4.2020  Room 6APolyxeni Spilioti (Aarhus University, Denmark), "tbd"

10.3.2020  Room 6ASalah Mehdi (Université de Lorraine, France), "Limit of orbits and representations of Lie groupsI"

11.2.2020, 10.30  Room MNO 1.040Pavle Pandžić (University of Zagreb, Croatia), "On the classification of unitary highest weight modules"

8.1.2020  Room 6ASpyros Afentoulidis (Université de Lorraine  Metz), "Algebraic Dirac Operators and Representation TheoryIII"

13.1.2020  Room 6ASpyros Afentoulidis (Université de Lorraine  Metz), "Algebraic Dirac Operators and Representation TheoryII"

10.12.2019  Room 6BSpyros Afentoulidis (Université de Lorraine  Metz), "Algebraic Dirac Operators and Representation TheoryI"

14.11.2019 — Room 6AGuenda Palmirotta (Université du Luxembourg), "Estimates for systems of polynomial equations on $\mathbb C^n$  II"

24.10.2019 — Room 6AGuenda Palmirotta (Université du Luxembourg), "Estimates for systems of polynomial equations on $\mathbb C^n$"

24.09.2019 — Room 6AMartin Olbrich (Université du Luxembourg), "Hörmander's estimates for Dolbeault operators I"

09.07.2019 — Room 6A — 14h00Martin Olbrich (Université du Luxembourg), "Introductory remarks on sheaves and their cohomology – IV"

Thursday 20.06.2019 — Room 6AMartin Olbrich (Université du Luxembourg), "Introductory remarks on sheaves and their cohomology – III"

28.05.2019 — Room 6AMartin Olbrich (Université du Luxembourg), "Introductory remarks on sheaves and their cohomology – II"

21.05.2019 — Room 6A — 14h00Martin Olbrich (Université du Luxembourg), "Introductory remarks on sheaves and their cohomology"

14.05.2019 — Room 6AGuendalina Palmirotta (Université du Luxembourg), "Systems of polynomial equations on $\mathbb C^n$ – II"

07.05.2019 — Room 6AGuendalina Palmirotta (Université du Luxembourg), "Systems of polynomial equations on $\mathbb C^n$"

12.03.2019 — Room 6APavle Pandžić (University of Zagreb, Croatia), "Dirac index and twisted characters"Abstract: Dirac operators have played an important role in representation theory of real reductive Lie groups since the work of Parthasarathy and AtiyahSchmid on the construction of discrete series representations in the 1970s. One of the important invariants of representations is the Dirac index. An algebraic way to define the Dirac index is as the Euler characteristic of the Dirac cohomology of the associated HarishChandra module. The concept of Dirac cohomology was introduced by Vogan and subsequently studied by HuangPandzic and others. One of the important properties of the Dirac index of a representation in the equal rank case is its close relationship with the character on the compact Cartan subgroup. In the unequal rank case, the Dirac index of all representations is zero and therefore it is a useless notion. We have however introduced a new invariant, twisted Dirac index, which is a good substitute for the classical notion in the unequal rank cases. In this lecture I will first review some basic facts about representations, HarishChandra modules, Dirac cohomology and index. I will then explain the notion of twisted Dirac index and present some examples and applications. This is joint work with Dan Barbasch and Peter Trapa.

05.03.2019 — Room 6AMartin Olbrich (Université du Luxembourg), "The Paley–Wiener theorem for semisimple Lie groups III"

19.02.2019 — Room 6AYannick Voglaire (Université du Luxembourg), "Reduction of symplectic symmetric spaces and étale affine representations – III"Abstract: We introduce a notion of symplectic reduction for symplectic symmetric spaces as a means to the study of their structure theory. We give a rough classification in terms of their socalled core, or symplectically irreducible base. Underlying symplectic reduction is a notion of socalled preLie triple system. We will explain how these are related to étale affine representations of Lie triple systems, how any symplectic symmetric space and any Jordan triple system yield such a structure, and how they allow to build "double extensions" of symplectic symmetric spaces.This (series of) talk(s) will be a more detailed version of my talk at the last SL2R conference. I will start from scratch but skip most of the motivation to focus more on the details and proofs of the results. In this second talk, we will finish the proof of the decomposition theorem and introduce étale affine representations.

15.01.2019 — Room 6AYannick Voglaire (Université du Luxembourg), "Reduction of symplectic symmetric spaces and étale affine representations – II"Abstract: We introduce a notion of symplectic reduction for symplectic symmetric spaces as a means to the study of their structure theory. We give a rough classification in terms of their socalled core, or symplectically irreducible base. Underlying symplectic reduction is a notion of socalled preLie triple system. We will explain how these are related to étale affine representations of Lie triple systems, how any symplectic symmetric space and any Jordan triple system yield such a structure, and how they allow to build "double extensions" of symplectic symmetric spaces.This (series of) talk(s) will be a more detailed version of my talk at the last SL2R conference. I will start from scratch but skip most of the motivation to focus more on the details and proofs of the results. In this second talk, we will finish the proof of the decomposition theorem and introduce étale affine representations.

11.12.2018 — Room MNO 1.010Guendalina Palmirotta (Université du Luxembourg), "Solvability of systems of linear partial differential equations with constant coefficients  Part 2"

04.12.2018 — Room MNO 1.010Martin Olbrich (Université du Luxembourg), "The Paley–Wiener theorem for semisimple Lie groups II"

27.11.2018 — Room MNO 1.010Guendalina Palmirotta (Université du Luxembourg), "Solvability of systems of linear partial differential equations with constant coefficients  Part 1"

20.11.2018 — Room 5AYannick Voglaire (Université du Luxembourg), "Reduction of symplectic symmetric spaces and étale affine representations – I"Abstract: We introduce a notion of symplectic reduction for symplectic symmetric spaces as a means to the study of their structure theory. We give a rough classification in terms of their socalled core, or symplectically irreducible base. Underlying symplectic reduction is a notion of socalled preLie triple system. We will explain how these are related to étale affine representations of Lie triple systems, how any symplectic symmetric space and any Jordan triple system yield such a structure, and how they allow to build "double extensions" of symplectic symmetric spaces.This (series of) talk(s) will be a more detailed version of my talk at the last SL2R conference. I will start from scratch but skip most of the motivation to focus more on the details and proofs of the results. In this first talk, we will concentrate on the proof of the symplectic Levi decomposition.

06.11.2018 — Room MNO 1.020Martin Olbrich (Université du Luxembourg), "The Paley–Wiener theorem for semisimple Lie groups I"

04.07.2018 WednesdayLaurent La FuenteGravy (Université du Luxembourg), "Symplectic Dirac operators: Construction and kernels"

26.06.2018Yannick Voglaire (Université du Luxembourg), "Differential operators on sections of homogeneous bundles over (homogeneous spaces of) Lie groupoids"

12.06.2018Gang Liu (Université de Lorraine), "A geometric interpretation of Kirillov's conjecture for tempered representations"

22.05.2018Roger Zierau (Oklahoma State University, Université de Lorraine), "Dirac index and characters of discrete series representations"

15.05.2018Salah Mehdi (Université de Lorraine, France), "Orbital parameters for invariant differential operators on nilpotent homogeneous spaces  Part 2"

08.05.2018Salah Mehdi (Université de Lorraine, France), "Orbital parameters for invariant differential operators on nilpotent homogeneous spaces"

24.04.2018Martin Olbrich (Université du Luxembourg), "Differential operators on sections of homogeneous bundles  Part 3"

10.04.2018 — special time 10:00Martin Olbrich (Université du Luxembourg), "Differential operators on sections of homogeneous bundles  Part 2"

27.03.2018 — Room 6AMartin Olbrich (Université du Luxembourg), "Differential operators on sections of homogeneous bundles"