After the great experience of last year's workshop (ARTY 2013), we are happy to announce that ARTY will also take place this year from May 8th to 10th, 2014.

The announcing poster can be found here.


To facilitate discussion between PhD-students and young PostDocs (at most two years of postdoctoral experience) in an informal setting. The topics to be discussed will revolve around categorical, geometric and combinatorial methods in Representation Theory. In order to guarantee an inspiring and collaborative working atmosphere the number of attendees will be limited to 20 people.


Here is the list of all registered participants.

An active participation is required from each of the attendees. This can be either a 30-minute talk or a poster presentation. Last year poster session discussions have been extremely interesting and passionate, some of them leading to collaborations. So feel strongly encouraged to use the chance to present your material in this way.


Please notice that we don't expect you to present your own results. Talks and posters are rather meant as an introduction to your field of research and the methods and techniques used within.


Since the maximum number of participant has been reached already, the registration is closed now. If you would like to participate, you can fill in the form and we will inform you in case we can accept new applications.


Costs and Accommodation:

Hotel expenses will be fully covered. All participants will be accommodated in Opens external link in new windowHotel Noris in Thon, Nuremberg. From Thon there is a convenient bus going directly to Erlangen Sued.

Limited amount of funding is available for travel support. Please, indicate in the registration form if you are applying for it.


Time and Venue:

The workshop will begin on Thursday, 8th May in the morning and will end on Saturday, 10th May around lunch time.


Arrival date is Wednesday, 7th May.

The conference will take place at the Department of Mathematics of the Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. The Department of Mathematics is located at the Campus Erlangen Sued.



Here is the schedule and the abstracts.

Technical Facilities:

The lecture rooms are equipped with black- or whiteboards and projectors.


How to get here:

A description how to reach the department and a map of the Campus Erlangen Sued can be found Opens external link in new windowhere.



The workshop is supported by the DFG through the priority program SPP 1388 'Representation Theory'.



Opens external link in new windowMartina Lanini

Barbara Schalke

Friederike Steglich


Scientific Advisors:

Prof. Dr. Friedrich Knop

Prof. Dr. Peter Fiebig



In case of any questions please contact arty at math dot fau dot de. To encrypt your e-mails, please use our Public Key

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