Rings and Modules Seminar Series

The Rings and Modules Seminar was founded in September of 1995 by G. Krause and T. Kucera. We meet weekly during the fall and winter academic terms and occasionally during the spring and summer. The seminar is open to discussion of all aspects of ring theory and module theory, and any related topics, such as algebraic geometry. We present original research, survey talks, and tutorials on topics of interest. We are always happy to hear talks by visitors.


Organizer: Tommy Kucera.

Upcoming Seminars

Alok Shukla (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba)

Wednesday, May 22 at 14:30

415 Machray Hall

When do we have \(1+1=11\) and \(2+2=22\)?

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Alok Shukla (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba)

Tuesday, May 28 at 14:30

418 Machray Hall

AGM Has No Compatible Group Law

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Archived Seminars

2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2007, 2002.


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