Karin Erdmann

Emeritus Fellow

Karin Erdmann is a German mathematician specializing in representation theory (especially modular representation theory) and homological algebra (especially Hochschild cohomology).

She is best known for her work in modular representation theory which has been cited over 1500 times according to the Mathematical Reviews. Her nephew Martin Erdmann is professor for experimental particle physics at the RWTH Aachen University.


The representation dimension of Hecke algebras and symmetric groups
Bergh, P; Erdmann, K
ADVANCES IN MATHEMATICS issue 4 volume 228 page 2503-2521 (10 November 2011)

Radical cube zero selfinjective algebras of finite complexity
Erdmann, K; Solberg, O
JOURNAL OF PURE AND APPLIED ALGEBRA issue 7 volume 215 page 1747-1768 (July 2011)

The non-projective part of the Lie module for the symmetric group
Erdmann, K; Tan, K
ARCHIV DER MATHEMATIK issue 6 volume 96 page 513-518 (June 2011)

Delta-filtered modules and nilpotent orbits of a parabolic subgroup in O-N
Baur, K; Erdmann, K; Parker, A
JOURNAL OF PURE AND APPLIED ALGEBRA issue 5 volume 215 page 885-901 (May 2011)

The stable Auslander-Reiten quiver of a quantum complete intersection
Bergh, P; Erdmann, K
BULLETIN OF THE LONDON MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY volume 43 page 79-90 (February 2011)

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