The series of ICRA conferences was established by V. Dlab in 1974. The purpose of these meetings is to exchange the latest results in an exciting research area. From the outset it has been a major focus to bring together leading and well established experts with young researchers who are just starting out and profit greatly from the possibilities of exchange and contact provided and from workshops where recent advances are presented with detailed exposition. There is usually a workshop organized as well as the conference itself.
The image on the left depicts the poster for the 1974 ICRA at Carleton University in Ottawa (click on the image to enlarge it).
- 1974: ICRA, Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada)
- 1979: ICRA 2, Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada)
- 1980: ICRA 3, University of Puebla (Puebla, Mexico)
- 1984: ICRA 4, Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada)
- 1990: ICRA 5, University of Tsukuba (Tsukuba, Japan)
- 1992: ICRA 6, Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada)
- 1994: ICRA 7, Cocoyoc, Workshop at UNAM (Mexico)
- 1996: ICRA 8, Geiranger, Workshop at Trondheim (Norway)
- 2000: ICRA 9, Beijing Normal University (Beijing, China)
- 2002: ICRA 10, Fields Institute (Toronto, Canada)
- 2004: ICRA 11, Patzcuaro, Workshop at Querétaro (Mexico)
- 2007: ICRA 12, Nicolaus Copernicus University (Toruń, Poland)
- 2008: ICRA 13, Universidade de São Paolo (São Paulo, Brazil)
- 2010: ICRA 14, National Olympics Memorial Youth Center (Tokyo, Japan)
- 2012: ICRA 15, Bielefeld University (Bielefeld, Germany)
- 2014: ICRA 16, Tsinghua Sanya International Mathematics Forum (Sanya, China)
- 2016: ICRA 17, Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY, United States)
- 2018: ICRA 18, Charles University (Prague, Czech Republic)
- 2020: ICRA 19, NTNU Trondheim (online)
- 2022: ICRA 20, Universidad de Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Workshop at Universidad de la República (Montevideo, Uruguay)
- 1985: ICRA 4.3, University of Durham (Durham, United Kingdom)
- 1988: ICRA 4.7, Banach Center (Warsaw, Poland)
- 1998: ICR(T)A 8.5, Bielefeld University (Bielefeld, Germany)
At the meeting in Patzcuaro (Mexico), 17 August 2004, the Scientific Advisory Committee of the ICRA decided to establish the “International Conferences on Representations of Algebras (ICRA) Award”. The ICRA Award is awarded at each session of ICRA for outstanding work by young mathematicians in the field of Representations of Finite Dimensional Algebras. Motivation to create the award builds on the following aims:
- point out contemporary important development in the field,
- encourage research in the field,
- support young algebraists to achieve early scientific recognition,
- stimulate identification of young people with the subject.
The award consists of a certificate containing a citation. The award is announced at the Opening Ceremony of each session of ICRA and awarded at the banquet of the Conference. If present, the recipient is expected to give a plenary talk. Award and citation will be published in the Proceedings of ICRA and widely communicated, for example, to the Notices of the AMS and the Newsletter of the London Mathematical Society.
Eligibility: Any young mathematician, not older than 35 years of age (except to allow for a broken career), is eligible for nomination.
- Osamu Iyama (ICRA XII Award, 2007)
- Igor Burban, Steffen Oppermann (ICRA XIII Award, 2008)
- Claire Amiot (ICRA XIV Award, 2010)
- Jan Šťovíček (ICRA XV Award, 2012)
- Hiroyuki Minamoto, Dong Yang (ICRA XVI Award, 2014)
- Greg Stevenson, Qiu Yu (ICRA XVII Award, 2016)
- Gustavo Jasso, Julian Külshammer (ICRA XVIII Award, 2018)
- Fan Qin, Simone Virili (ICRA XIX Award, 2020)
- Rosanna Laking, Alexandra Zvonareva (ICRA XX Award, 2022)