Nadia Mazza

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Lancaster University

Lancaster, LA1 4YF

*Office *: B41

*Tel *: +44(0)1524-593961

*Email *: please, see here.

I graduated from the Université de Lausanne, Switzerland, in 2003 (in the Department of Mathematics which is now part of the EPFL).

Then, I went to the University of Georgia (UGA), in Athens, GA, USA, and was then employed as a postdoctoral associate and part-time instructor until 2006.

I came back to Europe after this experience, and enjoyed the Scottish climate at the University of Aberdeen until January 2008, as an advanced research fellow of the Swiss National Foundation.

In

In June 2010, together with Jon Carlson, Radu Stancu and Donna
Testerman, we organised the
conference Group Representation Theory and
Related Topics in Lausanne. It was on honour of the 60th
birthday of Prof. Jacques
Thévenaz. In addition, please find
here the handout version of my oral contribution to the
conference.

At the end of this meeting, two short-courses for
the Doctoral School
of the EPFL took place, and I had the pleasure to give one of them. The
lecture notes are available in pdf and
in dvi.

Since 17th April 2013, on the campus of Lancaster University, I organise the Florence Nightingale Day each year. This is a one-day event to promote mathematics and statistics and especially the participation of women in those subjects.

Here is my Curriculum Vitae, for
more details about my professional experience.

- The Dade group of a metacyclic p-group, J. Algebra, 266 (2003) 102--111. (dvi, pdf)
- Endo-permutation modules as sources of simple modules, Journal of Group Theory, 6 (2003) 477-497. (dvi, pdf)
- The Dade group of (almost) extraspecial p-groups, J. Pure
Appl. Algebra, 192 (2004), 21-51. (
*with S. Bouc, Amiens, France*, dvi, pdf) - Varieties of Nilpotent Elements for Simple Lie Algebras, J.
Algebra, 280 (2004) 719-737. (
*with the University of Georgia VIGRE Algebra Group, Athens, GA, USA*, dvi, pdf) - Varieties of Nilpotent Elements for Simple Lie Algebras II. Bad
primes, J. Algebra 292, no. 1 (2005), 65-99. (
*with the University of Georgia VIGRE Algebra Group, Athens, GA, USA*, dvi, pdf) - Endotrivial modules for finite groups of Lie type, J. Reine
Angew. Math., 595 (2006) 93-120. (
*with J. Carlson and D. Nakano, Athens, GA, USA*, dvi, pdf) - Support varieties for Weyl modules over bad primes, J. Algebra,
312, Issue 2 (2007), 602--633. (
*with the University of Georgia VIGRE Algebra Group, Athens, GA, USA*, dvi, pdf) - The group of endotrivial modules in the normal case, J. Pure Appl. Algebra, 209 (2007), 311--323. (dvi, pdf)
- Endotrivial modules in the cyclic case, Archiv der
Mathematik, 89, Issue 6 (2007), 497--503. (
*with J. Thévenaz, Lausanne, Switzerland*, dvi, pdf) - Endotrivial modules for the symmetric and alternating groups,
Proc. Edinburgh Math. Soc., 52, Issue 1 (2009), 45--66. (
*with J. Carlson and D. Nakano, Athens, GA, USA*, dvi, pdf) - The Dade group of a fusion system, J. Group Theory, 12 (2009),
55--74. (
*with M. Linckelmann*, dvi, pdf, or beamer presentation (pdf) of the talk given at the MSRI, March 2008) - Connected components of the category of elementary abelian $p$-subgroups, J. Algebra, 320, Issue 12 (2008), 42--48. (pdf)
- Glauberman and Thompson's theorems for fusion systems,
Proc. Amer. Math. Soc., 137, Issue 2 (2009), 495--503.
(
*with A. Díaz, A. Glesser and S. Park*, dvi, pdf) - The group of endotrivial modules for the symmetric and alternating
groups, Proc. Edinburgh Math. Soc., Volume 53, Issue 01, 2010, 83--95. (
*with J. Carlson and D. Hemmer*, pdf) Control of transfer and weak closure in fusion systems, J. Algebra, 323, Issue 2 (2010), 382--392. (*with A. Díaz, A. Glesser and S. Park*, dvi, pdf) - On Oliver's p-group conjecture: II, Math. Ann., 347, Number 1
(2010), 111-122.
(
*with D. Green and L. Héthelyi*, pdf) - $p$-groups with maximal elementary abelian subgroups of rank
$2$, J. Algebra, 323, Issue 6 (2010),
1729-1737. (
*with G. Glauberman*, pdf) - Endotrivial modules for $p$-solvable groups,
Trans. Amer. Math. Soc., 363 (2011), 4979-4996.
(
*with J. Carlson and J. Thévenaz*, pdf) - On a strong form of Oliver's p-group conjecture, J. Algebra, 342
(2011), 1-15. (
*with D. Green and L. Héthelyi*, pdf) - Endotrivial modules over groups with quaternion or
semi-dihedral Sylow 2-subgroup, Journal of the European Mathematical
Society, 15 issue 1 (2013), 157-177.
(
*with J. Carlson and J. Thévenaz*, pdf) - Auslander-Reiten components for some Knörr lattices, Bulletin
of the London Mathematical Society, 45 issue 4 (2013), 800-810.
(
*with M. Geline*, pdf) - Torsion-free endotrivial modules, J. Algebra, 398 (2014),
413--433,
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jalgebra.2013.01.020.
(
*with J. Carlson and J. Thévenaz*, pdf) - Endotrivial Modules for the General Linear Group in a Nondefining
Characteristic, Math. Z., 278 issue 3 (2014). (
*with J. Carlson and D. Nakano*, ArXiv versions, pdf) - Endotrivial modules for the sporadic simple groups and their
covers, J. Pure Appl. Algebra, 219 (2015), pp. 4203-4228.
DOI 10.1016/j.jpaa.2015.02.014. (
*with C. Lassueur*, pdf) - Endotrivial modules for the Schur covers of the symmetric and
alternating groups, Algebras and Representation Theory: Volume 18,
Issue 5 (2015), 1321-1335. DOI 10.1007/s10468-015-9542-y (
*with C. Lassueur*, pdf) - Endotrivial Modules for finite groups Lie type A in nondefining
characteristic, Math. Z., Volume 282, Issue 1, 1-24. DOI
10.1007/s00209-015-1529 (2015). (
*with J. Carlson and D. Nakano*, ArXiv versions, pdf) - Looking for a reference on Mathscinet
- Other broad sources of maths papers: arXiv
- The European Digital Mathematics Library
- The CNRS supported NUMDAM
- Also Mathworld, courtesy of Wolfram and Wikipedia mathematics portal.
- Finally, the subject specific archive Groups, Representations and Cohomology maintained by Prof. David Benson
- Algebra on with a computer with either MAGMA, or GAP.
- You may also take a math-break with a Mathematical Moment, with the compliments of the American Mathematical Society.
- A few journals focusing on mathematics: Notices (of the AMS), Pi in the Sky (of the PIMS), and Plus Magazine.
- LMS, alias the London Mathematical Society.
- EMS, alias the European Mathematical Society.
- AMS, alias the American Mathematical Society.
- EWM, alias the European Women in Mathematics.
- IMA, alias the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications.
- MFO, alias the Mathematisches Forschung Institut.
- MSRI, alias the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute.
- PIMS, alias the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.
- Problems with LateX?
- Have a Mac? Then check Mac OS Forge.
- Prefer Linux operating system? Have you tried Ubuntu?
- Looking for (text-)books? Check abebooks.co.uk, or visit the corresponding website of another country.
- From sea to mountain weather forecast.
- A link that might be useful, however, to handle with care: Wikipedia.
- Conversion of units here or here. Conversion of currencies here.
- Gardening sustainably, with Garden Organic.
- Beekeeping in the Lancaster area? Check: LBK and more widely BBKA.

And, of course, my PhD thesis : Modules d'endo-permutation (in French).

In preparation in particular: Endotrivial modules for classical groups in non-defining characteristic (with J. Carlson and D. Nakano), Invertible modules for infinite groups (with P. Symonds), Soft subgroups and the class-breadth conjecture (with C. Lassueur).

Here are a few

Some maths societies:

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* Last updated: 3/2016*