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Seminar Sophus Lie is a joint Seminar of a group of German 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.

Past Meetings

Year Meeting Place  
2019 (summer) Greifswald further information
2018/19 (winter) Gießen further information
2018 (summer) Bochum further information
2017/18 (winter) Leipzig further information
2017 (summer) Göttingen further information
2016 (summer) Bedlevo further information
2015 (summer) Erlangen further information
2014/15 (winter) Bad Honnef further information
2014 (summer) Giessen/Marburg further information
2013/14 (winter) Paderborn further information
2013 (summer) Lyon further information
2012 (fall) Darmstadt further information
2012 (summer) Luxembourg further information
2012 (spring) Reims further information
2011 (summer) Erlangen further information
2010/11 (winter) Marburg further information
2010 (summer) Mulhouse  
2009 (summer) Göttingen further information
2008/9 (winter) Paderborn further information
2008 (summer) Cluj-Napoca further information
2008 (spring) Budapest further information
2007 (fall, special) Darmstadt further information
2007 (summer, extended) Bielefeld further information
2006 (winter) Vienna further information
2005 (winter) Darmstadt further information
2005 (summer) Nancy further information
2004 (winter) Paderborn further information
2004 (summer) Metz further information
2003 (winter) Vienna further information
2003 (summer) Bielefeld further information
2002 (winter) Darmstadt further information
2002 (summer) Erlangen further information
2001 (winter) Berlin further information
2001 (summer) Greifswald further information
2000 (fall, extended) Bedlewo further information
2000 (summer) Vienna further information
1999 (winter) Stuttgard further information
1999 (summer) Metz further information
1998 (winter) Clausthal further information
1998 (summer) Bielefeld further information
1997 (winter) Darmstadt further information
1997 (summer) Greifswald further information
1996 (winter) Erlangen further information
1996 (summer) Vienna further information
1995 (winter) Bielefeld further information
1995 (summer) Clausthal further information
1994 (winter) Darmstadt further information
1994 (summer) Greifswald further information
1993 (winter) Erlangen further information
1993 (summer) Darmstadt further Information
1992 (winter) Leipzig further information
1992 (summer) Greifswald further information
1991 (winter) Erlangen further information
1991 (summer) Darmstadt further information
1990 (winter) Leipzig further information

Publications

For three years, the seminar published proceedings in the format of a journal, called Seminar Sophus Lie, two issues per year. This series was converted into an international journal called Journal of Lie Theory in 1994. This journal is electronically available via its homepage at the European Mathematical Information System.

Journal of Lie Theory is a journal for speedy publication of information in the following areas: Lie algebras, Lie groups, algebraic groups, and related types of topological groups such as locally compact and compact groups. Applications to representation theory, differential geometry, geometric control theory, theoretical physics, quantum groups are considered as well. The principal subject matter areas according to the Mathematics Subject Classification are 14Lxx, 17Bxx, 22Bxx, 22Cxx, 22Dxx, 22Exx, 53Cxx, 81Rxx.

Journal of Lie Theory primarily publishes research articles. Survey articles on a topical area inside the scope of the journal are considered.

Next Session

The next meeting of Seminar Sophus Lie will take place on 14-15 February 2020 in Paderborn.

 

Further information will be available soon.

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