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November 26, 2018

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Monday, November 26, 2018

End Time 11:00 AM Waterloo Nightmarket (Multi-Day Event)

Night markets are evening events, where street vendors come together to sell clothing, food and other products. Buyers stroll through, taking in the atmosphere created by steam from cooking, yelling, loud music and dense crowds.

  • Faculty of Arts
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Mood Walks

    Join us weekly for mood walks, and take the pre/post surveys to identify your mood. Free giveaways include fruit, snacks, protein bars, protein drinks, shirts, coats and water bottles. Free certified hiker training is included. Walkers meet  in front of  the student centre every Monday.

  • Wellness Centre
  • 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM Maker Monday
    A casual drop-in time for makers and aspiring makers to visit and work in the Library Makerspace. All are welcome to explore 3D printing, sewing, diecutting, photography and much more.
  • Library
  • 4:00 PM - 4:50 PM An Introduction to the Invariant Theory of Finite Groups

    Department of Mathematics Seminar

    Speaker: Professor Yin Chen, Northeast Normal University, China

    Title: An Introduction to the Invariant Theory of Finite Groups

    Abstract: Let W be a faithful n-dimensional representation of a finite group G over a field F. Let W* denote the dual space of W. We multiplicatively extend the action of G on W* to an action of G on the symmetric algebra F[W]:=S(W*) on W*. The invariant ring F[W]G:={f\in F[W] : \sigma (f)=f,\forall \sigma\in G} is the main object of study in algebraic invariant theory. In this talk, I will present a quick introduction to the nonmodular invariant theory of finite groups, including Chevalley-Shephard-Todd's theorem, Molien's formula, and Cohen-Macaulayness of the invariant rings.

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