• Lars Kadison

  • Research Area

    algebras, groups and modules; Hopf algebras and their actions, generalizations, induced representations, representation theory.

  • Institution

    University of Porto

  • PhD

    Institution: University of California, Berkeley
    Year: 1989

  • Main research publications

    • Hopf subalgebras and tensor powers of generalized permutation modules , Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra 218 (2014)
    • An approach to quasi-Hopf algebras via Frobenius coordinates , J. Algebra 295 (2006)
    • Bialgebroid actions on depth two extensions and duality (with Kornel Szlachanyi) , Adv. Math. 179 (2003)
    • Hopf algebra actions on strongly separable extensions of depth two (with Dmitri Nikshych) , Advances in Mathematics 163 (2001)
    • New Examples of Frobenius Extensions , University Lecture Series v. 14 American Mathematical Society , N. Reshetikhin, 1999
      ISBN: 1047-3998
  • PhD Students

    • Alberto Hernandez Alvarado ongoing
    • Christopher James Young ongoing

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Defended Theses

  • Structure, algorithmics and dynamics of endomorphisms for certain classes of groups
      André da Cruz Carvalho (April 2023)
      Pedro V. Silva
  • A point-free study of z-embeddings, more general classes of localic maps, and uniform continuity
      Ana Belén Avilez García (April 2023)
      Jorge Picado
  • Analysis of equations of motion of inextensible strings and networks
      Ayk Telciyan (April 2023)
      Dmitry Vorotnikov
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