Algebra, Geometry and Computer Algebra Group

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Caroline Lassueur


Address

Gottlieb-Daimler-Straße
building 48, room 409
67663 Kaiserslautern

Postfach 3049
67653 Kaiserslautern

Contact

Tel.: +49 631 205 2515
Fax: +49 631 205 4427
E-Mail: lassueur (at) mathematik.uni-kl.de

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Publications

  1. Trivial source character tables of SL_2(q). (with N. Farrell and B. Böhmler) Preprint.
  2.  The classification of the trivial source modules in blocks with cyclic defect groups. (with G. Hiß) Algebr. Represent. Theory 24 (2021), 673–698.
  3.  Splendid Morita equivalences for principal 2-blocks with dihedral defect groups. (with S. Koshitani) Math. Z. 294 (2020), 639–666.
  4.  Endo-trivial modules: a reduction to p'-central extensions. (with J. Thévenaz) Pacific J. Math. 287 (2017), 423–438.
  5.  Simple endotrivial modules for quasi-simple groups. (with G. Malle and E. Schulte) J. reine angew. Math. 712 (2016), 141–174.
  6. Endotrivial modules for the sporadic groups and their covers.(with N. Mazza) J. Pure Appl. Algebra. 219 (2015), 4203–4228.
  7. The Dade group of a finite group, J. Pure Appl. Algebra 217 (2013), 97–113.

Short CV

10.2016-Present: Junior Professorship for Representation Theory, TU Kaiserslautern
03.2018-04.2018: MSRI Research Membership
03.2016-12.2016: Research Funding of the TU Nachwuchsring
2016: Obtained: Advanced-Postdoc.Mobility Research Fellowship of the Swiss National Foundation (not used)
10.2014-09.2015: Scientific Collaborator at the TU Kaiserslautern
09.2013-09.2014: Fellowship for Early Career Researcher of the Swiss National Foundation
10.2012-08.2013: Scientific Collaborator at the TU Kaiserslautern
04.2012-08.2012: Scientific Collaborator at the EPFL (CH)
02.2008-03.2012: Doctoral Studies (Dr. ès Sciences) at the EPFL (CH)
10.2006-02.2007: Master Thesis at the University of Hamburg
03.2005-03.2007: M.Sc. in Mathematics at the EPFL (CH)
10.2002-02.2005: B.Sc. in Mathematics at the University of Lausanne/EPFL (CH)
08.2001-07.2002: Certificate of Proficiency in English, Nelson (NZ)
07.2001: Matura, Gymnasium Yverdon (CH)

Research interests

Finite groups;
Representation theory of finite groups:

  •  modular representation theory,
  •  ordinary representation theory and character theory,
  •  block theory,
  •  equivalences of block algebras,
  •  p-permutation modules,

Representation theory of finite-dimensional algebras;
Homological algebra and cohomology of groups;
Auslander-Reiten quiver theory;
Algorithmic methods applied to the above topics.

Teaching

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