NATO Advanced Study Institute with support from the EC
Symmetric Functions 2001:


Monday, June 25  
8.30  Registration  
9.30  Macdonald (1)  Symmetric functions and orthogonal polynomials: problems and prospects. I  
10.45  Coffee  
11.15  Leclerc (1)  Symmetric functions and Fock space representations of quantum affine algebras. I  
12.30  Lunch  
14.30  Noumi (1)  Weyl group approach to nonlinear integrable systems. I  
15.45  Tea  
16.15  Olshanski (1)  Polynomial functions on the set of Young diagrams and Kerov's central limit theorem. I  
17.30  Welcome Wine Reception (until 18.30)  
Tuesday, June 26  
9.30  Macdonald (2)  Symmetric functions and orthogonal polynomials: problems and prospects. II  
10.45  Coffee  
11.15  Leclerc (2)  Symmetric functions and Fock space representations of quantum affine algebras. II  
12.30  Lunch  
14.30  Noumi (2)  Weyl group approach to nonlinear integrable systems. II  
15.45  Tea  
16.15  Olshanski (2)  Polynomial functions on the set of Young diagrams and Kerov's central limit theorem. II  
Wednesday, June 27  
9.30  Macdonald (3)  Symmetric functions and orthogonal polynomials: problems and prospects. III  
10.45  Coffee  
11.15  Leclerc (3)  Symmetric functions and Fock space representations of quantum affine algebras. III  
12.30  Lunch  
14.30  Opdam (1)  On the rational DunklCherednik algebra  
15.45  Tea  
16.15  Fulton (1)  Eigenvalues and Schubert calculus. I  
Thursday, June 28  
9.30  Noumi (3)  Weyl group approach to nonlinear integrable systems. III  
10.45  Coffee  
11.15  Olshanski (3)  Polynomial functions on the set of Young diagrams and Kerov's central limit theorem. III  
12.30  Lunch  
14.30  Opdam (2)  Spectral theory of affine Hecke algebras. I  
15.45  Tea  
16.15  Fulton (2)  Eigenvalues and Schubert calculus. II  
18.00 
Reception at the Cambridge University Press
Bookshop, 1 Trinity Street (until 19.30).
Wine and Snacks provided by CUP  
Friday, June 29  
9.30  Opdam (3)  Spectral theory of affine Hecke algebras. II  
10.45  Coffee  
11.15  Fulton (3)  Eigenvalues and Schubert calculus. III  
12.30  Lunch  
14.30  Vershik (1)  Character theory of the group of infinite matrices over a finite field  
15.45  Tea  
Saturday, June 30 and Sunday, July 1  
free days for informal discussion  
Monday, July 2  
9.30  Haiman (1)  Macdonald polynomials and the geometry of Hilbert schemes. I  
10.45  Coffee  
11.15  Zelevinsky (1)  Generalizing the LittlewoodRichardson rule  
Special afternoon session dedicated to the memory of Sergei V. Kerov  
12.30  Lunch  
14.00  Vershik (2)  Our mathematical work with Sergei Kerov  
15.15  Tea  
15.45  Diaconis (1)  Kerov's work on the Markov moment problem  
17.00  Remembering Sergei Kerov  
Tuesday, July 3  
9.30  Haiman (2)  Macdonald polynomials and the geometry of Hilbert schemes. II  
10.45  Coffee  
11.15  Zelevinsky (2)  Canonical bases and total positivity  
12.30  Lunch  
14.30  Hanlon (1)  The Laplacian Method. I  
15.45  Tea  
16.15  Okounkov (1)  Symmetric functions and random partitions. I  
Wednesday, July 4  
9.30  Haiman (3)  Macdonald polynomials and the geometry of Hilbert schemes. III  
10.45  Coffee  
11.15  Zelevinsky (3)  Introduction to cluster algebras  
12.30  Lunch  
14.30  Klyachko (1)  Principal bundles, representation theory, and spectral problems for semisimple groups. I  
15.45  Tea  
16.15  Okounkov (2)  Symmetric functions and random partitions. II  
19.30  Conference dinner at St.John's College  
Thursday, July 5  
9.30  Hanlon (2)  The Laplacian Method. II  
10.45  Coffee  
11.15  Klyachko (2)  Principal bundles, representation theory, and spectral problems for semisimple groups. II  
12.30  Lunch  
14.30  Diaconis (2)  Applications of symmetric function theory to random matrix theory  
15.45  Tea  
16.15  Okounkov (3)  Symmetric functions and random partitions. III  
Friday, July 6  
9.30  Hanlon (3)  The Laplacian Method. III  
10.45  Coffee  
11.15  Klyachko (3)  Principal bundles, representation theory, and spectral problems for semisimple groups. III  
12.30  Lunch  
14.30  Diaconis (3)  Applications of symmetric function theory to Szego's theorem  
15.45  Tea  
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