Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra

School of Mathematics & Physics, University of Lincoln

Algebra seminar: Anitha Thillaisundaram will give a talk on the 17th of June

Anitha Thillaisundaram (Lund University) will talk about her work on the 17th of June in INB3235 at 3pm.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

Title:  The Amit-Ashurst conjecture for finite metacyclic p-groups

Abstract: The Amit conjecture says that for a word map on a finite nilpotent group G, the probability of the identity element occurring in the image of the word map is at least 1/|G|. This conjecture has been shown to hold for certain classes of groups. The generalised Amit conjecture says that the probability of an element occurring in the image of a word map on a finite nilpotent group G is either 0, or at least 1/|G|. Noting the work of Ashurst, we name the generalised Amit conjecture the Amit-Ashurst conjecture and show that the Amit-Ashurst conjecture holds for  finite p-groups with a cyclic maximal subgroup.

3 comments on “Algebra seminar: Anitha Thillaisundaram will give a talk on the 17th of June

  1. Evgeny Khukhro
    May 19, 2022

    Reblogged this on Maths & Physics News.

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  2. Mike Ogiugo
    May 19, 2022

    Please, how can l register to attend the Algebra Seminar?

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    • linsdearaujo
      May 19, 2022

      Hi Mike, you do not need to register. You are welcome to join us in INB3235 in at the indicated date and time.
      Looking forward to seeing you there.

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