Seminario / Bors
The organising committee
of the Ischia Online Group Theory Conference(GOThIC)
is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
- The TIME OF THE TALK is 17:00 CET = UTC + 1.
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The Ischia Group Theory 2020 Conference
(http://www.dipmat2.unisa.it/ischiagrouptheory/) was planned
for 30 March - 4 April 2020. It has now been postponed.
In the meantime, we are offering a series of online lectures
by leading researchers (https://sites.google.com/unisa.it/e-igt2020/).
TIME: November 12th, 2020 17:00 CET (UTC+1)
COFFEE BREAK: The talk will start at 17:00 CET.
The conference roomwill open at 16:45 CET for a coffee break
- Bring Your Own tea/coffee mug - biscuits appreciated -
and join us for some small talk before the event.
SPEAKER: Alexander Bors (Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics)
TITLE: Groups with few automorphism orbits.
Let G be a group, and consider the natural action of the automorphism group of G on G. The orbits of this action are called the automorphism orbits of G. In this talk, we will give an overview of known results concerning groups with finitely many automorphism orbits, including results where G is assumed to have a concrete, small number of automorphism orbits, such as 3. We will then speak in more detail about a result, achieved in collaboration with Stephen Glasby from UWA (Perth), which provides a full classification of the finite 2-groups with exactly three automorphism orbits.