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Introduction

Yoshiki Oshima
Associate Professor

Yoshiki Oshima

  • Pure and Applied Mathematics
  • Discrete Structures

Theme

Representation theory, Lie group

I am working on representations of Lie groups and related geometry, in particular, restriction and induction for infinite-dimensional representations of real reductive Lie groups. Although there are various approaches to the study of behavior of representations under restriction and induction, I have mainly considered D-module realization and a relation to the orbit method. When a Lie group acts on a manifold, its Lie algebra acts on the space of functions. As a generalization and abstraction of this action, a D-module gives a representation of Lie algebra. The correspondence between representations of Lie algebra and D-modules on the flag variety (Beilinson-Bernstein correspondence) can be applied to problems in the representation theory of Lie algebras and Lie groups. On the other hand, a relation between symplectic geometry (coadjoint orbit of Lie algebra) and representation theory has long been studied, which is called the orbit method. Recently, I am also interested in studying harmonic analysis and properties of representations by using the orbit method. K/p>

Career summary

  • Apr. 2017 Associate Professor, Graduate School of Information Sciences, Osaka University

Contact

  • E-mail : oshima@ist.
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