Representation finite algebras and generalizations

Wednesday 6 December 2017 h.14:30, Room 2BC30
Simone Giovannini (Padova, Dip. Mat.)
“Representation finite algebras and generalizations"

An algebra is called “representation finite” if it has a finite number of indecomposable modules. Finite dimensional hereditary representation finite algebras are classified by Gabriel's Theorem: they are the path algebras of Dynkin quivers of type ADE. Recently, with the development of higher dimensional Auslander-Reiten theory, some interest has been raised by a generalization in dimension n of these algebras, which are called n-representation finite algebras. In this seminar we will recall some basic definitions and results about representation theory of finite dimensional algebras. Then we will give a naive idea of how some classical notions can be generalized to higher dimension and, finally, we will show some examples of 2-representation finite algebras.