Tag Archives: cluster algebras

An LMS meeting

Last Friday I went to the London Mathematical Society general meeting, at the BMA building in Tavistock Square. On a beautiful warm day I walked along the Regents Canal to Islington and then down through back streets past the former … Continue reading

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London Algebra Colloquium, 2

Today, the London Algebra Colloquium began a new year, and a new phase in its history. The Colloquium met at City University for the first time. No institution which was not a college or (in Imperial’s case recently) an ex-college … Continue reading

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The ADE affair, 3

Clusters, and the associated cluster algebras and cluster categories, form a hot topic in mathematics at the moment. Clusters are connected with topics such as Poisson geometry, integrable systems, representation theory and total positivity as well as combinatorial enumeration. I … Continue reading

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