Introduction to Lie Algebras, by K. Erdmann and M. Wildon.
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(Very) Tentative Schedule
Week 1 (January 12 - January 16). Introduction
Week 2 (January 21 - January 23). Rings and Fields
Week 3 (January 26 - January 30). Vector spaces and inner products
Week 4 (February 2 - February 6). Reflection groups
Week 5 (February 9 - February 13). Root systems
Week 6 (February 16 - February 20). Weyl groups
Week 7 (February 23 - February 27). Cartan matrices and Dynkin diagrams
Week 8 (March 2 - March 6). Classification of Dynkin diagrams
Week 9 (March 9 - March 13). Matrix groups and Weyl groups
Week 10 (March 16 - March 20). Rings and algebras
Week -- (March 23 - March 27). Spring break
Week 11 (March 30 - April 3). Lie algebras
Week 12 (April 6 - April 10). Lie algebras
Week 13 (April 13 - April 17). Triangular decomposition
Week 14 (April 20 - April 24). Exponentiation and logarithms
Week 15 (April 27 - May 1). Classification?
Finals Week (May 2 - May 7). 7:30-10:00pm, Tuesday, May 5.