**Contemporary Mathematics**

Volume: 158;
1994;
318 pp;
Softcover

MSC: Primary 55; 20;

Print ISBN: 978-0-8218-5165-4

Product Code: CONM/158

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Product Code: CONM/158.E**

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# Topology and Representation Theory

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*Eric M. Friedlander; Mark Mahowald*

During 1991–1992, Northwestern University conducted a special emphasis year on the topic, “The connections between topology and representation theory”. Activities over the year culminated in a conference in May 1992 which attracted over 120 participants. Most of the plenary lectures at the conference were expository and designed to introduce current trends to graduate students and nonspecialists familiar with algebraic topology. This volume contains refereed papers presented or solicited at the conference; one paper is based on a seminar given during the emphasis year.

#### Table of Contents

# Table of Contents

## Topology and Representation Theory

- Contents vii8 free
- Preface ix10 free
- Systems of parameters and the structure of cohomology rings of finite groups 112 free
- The role of the Steinberg module in splitting BG 920
- Equivariant vector bundles on the Lubin-Tate moduli space 2334
- Constructions of elements in Picard groups 89100
- All complex Thom spectra are harmonic 127138
- Constructions of families of elements in the stable homotopy groups of spheres 135146
- Classifying spaces of p-groups with cyclic maximal subgroups 157168
- On the classifying spaces of SL3(Z), St3(Z) and finite Chevalley groups 175186
- The chromatic filtration and the Steenrod algebra 187198
- Topology, representations and equivariant algebraic geometry 203214
- On the chromatic E1-term H* M02 217228
- On a space realizing the v1-torsion part of the mod p homotopy groups of S3 229240
- Some Massey products in Ext 269280
- Calculations in mod p cohomology of extra special p-groups I 281292
- Elliptic cohomology of the classifying space of the Mathieu group M24 307318

#### Readership

Graduate students and nonspecialists familiar with algebraic topology.