Scientific Calendar Event

Starts 16 Jun 2023 14:00
Ends 16 Jun 2023 15:00
Central European Time
Leonardo da Vinci Bldg - Luigi Stasi Seminar Room and Zoom

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Abstract: Hopf-Galois theory is a generalization of the classical Galois theory. The concept of Hopf-Galois extension is due to Chase and Sweedler. They introduced it in 1969 to study purely inseparable extensions of fields and ramified extensions of rings. Then, in 1987, Greither and Pareigis developed Hopf-Galois theory for separable field extensions.
In this talk, we first describe minimal Hopf-Galois structures of separable field extensions. Then we present normal bases of some Hopf-Galois extensions, namely those constructed from algebraic curves. And then we describe the resulting arithmetic properties.