University of Manchester
Organizers: Karin Baur (Leeds), Eleonore Faber (Leeds), Henning Krause(Bielefeld), Mike Prest (Manchester), Jan Trlifaj (Prague), Michael Wemyss (Glasgow), and Dan Zacharia (Syracuse)
CMI Enhancement and Partnership Program
The respresentation theory of quivers has developed through a strong interaction of general theory and the investigation of examples. Bill Crawley-Boevey has had a major influence of the field, his work exemplifying this interaction as well as the entwining of finite- and infinte-dimensional represention theory. Now quivers and their representations appear in many parts of mathematics, in physics, and in an increading variety of applications.