Abstract
The study of integrals is an important topic in the theory of Hopf
algebras. This notion was introduced by Sweedler in 1969 motivated by
the uniqueness of the Haar integral on locally compact groups. In this
talk first we review the basics of Hopf algebras, symmetries,
representations of Hopf algebras and integrals on(in) Hopf algebras.
Then we focus on the representation theory of integrals and explain how
special types of integrals can produce (Anti)YetterDrinfeld modules.
This can be used to classify total integrals and (cleft) Hopf Galois
extensions.
Information:
Date:  Wednsaday April 30, 2014 at 9:0011:30
 Place:  Niavaran Bldg., Niavaran Square, Tehran, Iran 
