Homological Methods in Representation Theory
A conference in honour of Lidia Angeleri Hügel
October 3 - 8, 2021Fraueninsel (Chiemsee), Abtei Frauenwörth
Online Satellite Event
February 22 - 23, 2022Further information can be found here.
Chiemsee (© Chiemsee-Alpenland Tourismus)
Silvana Bazzoni, University of Padova
Aslak Bakke Buan, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim
Dolors Herbera, Autonomous University of Barcelona
Michal Hrbek, The Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague
Henning Krause, University of Bielefeld
Rosanna Laking, University of Verona
David Pauksztello, Lancaster University
Mike Prest, University of Manchester
Chrysostomos Psaroudakis, University of Thessaloniki
Alessandro Rapa, University of Verona
Manuel Saorín, University of Murcia
Jan Šťovíček, Charles University in Prague
Jan Trlifaj, Charles University in Prague
Simone Virili, University of Udine
Alexandra Zvonareva, University of Stuttgart
|Schedule||The timetable can be found here.|
|Abstracts||Abstracts of the talks can be found here.|
|Time and Venue||The conference will begin on Monday, October 4 in the morning
and end on Friday, October 8 (departure day) in the afternoon.
The arrival day is Sunday, October 3.
The conference will take place in the monastery Abtei Frauenwörth on the island Fraueninsel in lake Chiemsee (Bavaria, Germany).
|Registration||Registration is closed.|
|List of Participants||The list of participants can be found here.
Click here to download a jpg version of the conference picture.
|Accommodation||For all registered participants, rooms have been booked in the monastery by the organisers, including full board.|
Fraueninsel (© Chiemsee-Alpenland Tourismus)
|Travel to the Conference Venue||
The nearest airports are München (Germany), which is very well
conncected nationally and internationally, and Salzburg (Austria).
The nearest railway station is Prien am Chiemsee, which is about one hour by fast train from München or Salzburg. There are regular boats from Prien to Fraueninsel. The schedule can be found here.
The current rules applying when entering Germany from abroad can be found here. The local regulations in Germany depend on the state you are in. The conference takes place in Bavaria. A website in German with the current measures in Bavaria can be found here. Most importantly, participation in the conference will only be possible for people fully vaccinated (European standard, proof needed) or recovered (proof needed), or on basis of a negative and certified test result, which will have to be renewed regularly (antigen tests valid for 24 hours and PCR tests valid for 72 hours). Information in German on test centers in Prien am Chiemsee are available here. It is further required to wear medical masks when using public transport or when being inside of a building, with the exception of eating at a restaurant or having an assigned place (like a desk or seat) at which distance can be guaranteed.
Please do not hesitate to contact the organisers in advance if you have any questions.
|Sightseeing||Lake Chiemsee is a large lake close to the northern side of the Alps
and there is a variety of interesting excursions to be done before, after
or even during the conference. The nearby Chiemgau Alps reach an elevation
of almost 2000 meters, the lake Chiemsee is up to 73 meters deep.
You can find some touristic information for instance on the following websites Chiemsee-Alpenland-Tourismus (in German) or a flyer (Italian, English, German) or Bavaria tourism (in English).
Steffen Koenig, University of Stuttgart |
Frederik Marks, University of Stuttgart
Francesca Mantese University of Verona
Jorge Vitória, University of Cagliari
|Contact||If you have any questions, please contact hmrt2021 at mathematik dot uni minus stuttgart dot de. Behind this email address are the conference secretary, Ms Hicran Dursun, and the organisers.|
|IAZ / Fachbereich Mathematik|