Alexandre Turull

Affiliation: University of Florida


Title Of Talk: Measures of the complexity of finite groups and their bounds

Abstract: There are many ways to measure the complexity of a finite group. We will focus on only a few of them. We will start with a famous Theorem of John Thompson, and some of the measures and theorems that it eventually suggested down the road. We will discuss some related results involving number theory, including a joint paper of the speaker with Krishnaswami Alladi and Ron Solomon. In addition, we will discuss a different type of bound, originating by a famous Theorem of Jordan. We will discuss some related more recent work of the speaker and Ignasi Mundet i Riera giving abstract tools to prove the existence of such bounds.

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