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Jay Taylor
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learning Deligne-Lusztig theory

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How do you *state* the Classification of finite simple groups?

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Simply connected simple algebraic groups

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Analogy between product of conjugacy classes and irreps: is there analog of Thompson conjecture ?

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When the longest element of Weyl group is rational?

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The defining characteristic representations of Lie type groups

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Double covers of the orthogonal groups

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Unipotent orbit in adjoint group over finite field

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Weyl group invariants in a maximal torus

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How can classifying irreducible representations be a "wild" problem?

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Character table of $S_7$

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Sylow $p$-subgroup of GL

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Principal series of finite group of Lie type

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For a Weyl group, what is the connection between its exponents and lengths of its elements?

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Reg the motivation behind Lusztig-Vogan bijection

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Finite field analogue of representations in same packet have equal central character

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Simple groups of Lie type

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Sum of skew characters over hooks and "odd" partitions

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Centralizers of $\mathbb{F}_q$-rational semisimple elements of a finite group of Lie type

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Equality of codimension under Lusztig-Spaltenstein induction

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Character values at a cyclic permutation of a symmetric group

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Is this characterization of (-1)-eigenspaces of the Weyl group of $E_6$ known?

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The irreducible character of $2.L_2(p)$ where p is a prime

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Central idempotents from characters in Frobenius algebras (generalizing Lusztig arXiv:math/0208154v2 §19)

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Is there any Lefschetz-like principle for representations of finite groups?

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A bijection between Lusztig series induced by inflation

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The centralizer of a semisimple element which is not contained in any proper parabolic subgroups

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Regular embeddings of reductive groups

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Regular elements in the torus of a group of Lie type

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Degenerate representation