Dynamics Seminar 2020-2021
The Dynamics Seminar meets virtually on Wednesdays from 2:30pm - 3:20pm.
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|September 16||Andrew Zimmer (Wisconsin)||An introduction to Anosov representations I||(local)|
|September 23||Andrew Zimmer (Wisconsin)||An introduction to Anosov representations II||(local)|
|September 30||Chenxi Wu (Wisconsin)||Asymptomatic translation lengths on free factor complexes||(local)|
|October 7||Kathryn Lindsey||TBA||(Boston College)|
"An introduction to Anosov representations"
Anosov representations are a special class of representations of finitely generated groups into Lie groups, which are defined using ideas from dynamics (namely, the theory of Anosov flows). In this talk, I will explain the definition (in a special case), give some examples, and describe some properties. I will focus on the case of representations into the general linear group where no background knowledge about Lie groups is required.
Asymptotic translation lengths on free factor complex