2020 Fall Seimnar on real reductive groups

This semester, 2020 Fall, we will focus on the representation theory of real reductive Lie groups.
Throughout these seminar talks, we hope to clarify the current status of the subject and stimulate collaborations. We expect the speakers to explain the technical details. The audiences are encouraged to interrupt the speaker and raise questions/make comments. Most lectures will be given in Chinese.

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Time Conference Id Speaker Title Abstract Host
2020/09/02 NA 董超平 Towards the classification of Dirac series for real classical groups Prof. Dong will collect the math ingredients pertaining to the classification of Dirac series. In particular, he will mention its relation with unipotent representations. SJTU
2020/09/25 2pm-4pm NA 白占强 Gelfand-Kirillov dimensions and associated varieties of highest weight modules In this talk, I will give some introduction to Gelfand-Kirillov dimensions and associated varieties of highest weight modules of Lie algebras (groups). Then I will talk about our work on GKdim and Associated Varieties of highest weight (Harish-Chandra) modules. SJTU
2020/10/09 2pm-3pm 白占强 Gelfand-Kirillov dimensions and associated varieties of highest weight modules II See above SJTU
2020/10/09 3:30pm-4:30pm 余世霖 Geometric quantization The speaker will introduce the notion of Poisson algebra and deformation quantization SJTU
2020/10/16 2:00pm-3:00pm 腾讯会议 ID:864 4848 4933 会议密码:1122 余世霖 Geometric quantization II The speaker will continue his talk last week on the notion of Poisson algebra and deformation quantization. Then he will discuss some results on the quantization of a nilpotent coadjoint orbit of a real reductive Lie group. SJTU
2020/10/16 3:30pm-4:30pm see above 马家骏 Associated character formula in Howe correspondence I I will discuss the joint works with Loke and Barbasch-Sun-Zhu on the formula of the associated character of a local theta lifting (Howe correspondence). Furthermore, I will explain its applications in the construction of unipotent representations and geometric quantization. XMU
2020/10/23 2:00pm-3:00pm see above 马家骏 Associated character formula in Howe correspondence II see above see above
2020/10/23 3:30pm-4:30pm see above Daniel Wong On NON-unitary (g,K)-modules for complex simple Lie groups I We discuss several techniques detecting non-unitarity of representations of complex Lie groups G, such as bottom layer K-types, Dirac inequality and deformation of parameters. These techniques are essential in determining the unitary spectrum of G. We will also briefly mention where the difficulties arise as one applies the same techniques for general real reductive groups. SJTU