Invitations to Mathematics Lecture Series

August 8, 2017
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 4:05pm to 5:35pm
Cockins Hall 312
photo of S. Tariq Rizvi

**Please note room change**

Speaker: S. Tariq Rizvi

Title: Injective, Continuous and Extending modules

Abstract: The notion of injectivity plays an important role in Algebra and other areas. Injective modules can be used to describe the ring structures of the underlying rings in many cases. In this talk we will discuss injective modules, applications and their generalizations. Among the generalizations of injective modules, continuous, quasi-continuous and extending modules have been hot topics of research and advancement during the past 2-3 decades. We will discuss these notions, their properties and examples.

Note: This is part of the Invitations to Mathematics lecture series given each year in Autumn and Spring semesters. Pre-candidacy students can sign up for this lecture series by registering for one or two credit hours of Math 6193, class #16988 (with Prof H. Moscovici).

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