Tuesday, June 14, 14:00, 7.527
Eirini Chavli, Nakayama algebras and 321-avoiding permutations.
Nakayama algebras appear in modular representation theory of groups and they
are defined as quiver algebras having either a linear oriented line as a
quiver or a linear oriented cycle. In this talk we will explain the
connection of these algebras with a combinatorial object: the 321-avoiding
permutations. We will also associate the properties of these permutations
with the representation theory and homological algebra of Nakayama algebras
(joint work with René Marczinzik).