Representations of Algebras
This is the proceedings of the CRASP conference at the University of Sao Paulo. It covers a wide range of topics in representation theory, including a study of almost split sequences (Angeleri-Hügel and Smalo), a description of strongly simply connected derived tubular algebras (Assem), an exploration of Koszul algebras and the Gorenstein condition (Martínez-Villa), a characterisation of hereditary categories containing simple objects (Happel and Reiten), a study of derived tame coil algebras (de la Pena and Tomé), an analysis of Hopf algebras (Artamonov, and Zhang and Li), and many other results. It is an excellent source on recent progress in the representation theory of Artin algebras and related areas of mathematics and physics. Researchers and graduate students will benefit from it.