The 12th meeting of this regional conference on Lie algebras and groups returned to Charleston, SC in October 2021. It included a special day to honor Ben Cox’s life and contributions to the fields of Lie and representation theory.
Photo taken by Suprava Misra

You can access the group photo of the conference participants here (see also here). Links to video recordings of the lectures will be available at this site shortly. The rest of this webpage is maintained as it was during the conference for archival purposes.

Invited Speakers

  • Iana Angelova (College of Charleston)
  • Bojko Bakalov (North Carolina State University)
  • Lisa Carbone (Rutgers University)
  • Vyacheslav Futorny (Universidade de São Paulo)
  • Jiuzu Hong (University of North Carolina)
  • Dijana Jakelic (UNC Wilmington)
  • Daniel Orr (Virginia Tech)
  • Weiqiang Wang (University of Virginia)
  • Milen Yakimov (Northeastern University)
  • Kaiming Zhao (Wilfrid Laurier University)


Schedule & Abstracts

Titles, abstracts, and a complete schedule are all available here.


The Charleston International Airport (CHS) is recommended for those who chose to fly to the conference. Taxis and the usual car services can drive you to the venue or your hotel from there. In addition, there is a public bus whose route includes the airport and drops you just a few blocks from campus. Look here for driving directions to the College of Charleston.

Local Information

The talks will all be in the School of Sciences and Mathematics Building (202 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC) which is #11 on this detailed campus map. A parking garage, coffee, restaurants and shopping near to the conference venue can be found using this conference map. The College also provides a variety of other campus maps here. There is metered street parking in front of the conference venue, but we recommend that you park in the St. Philip Street Garage.

Registration, Funding and Contributed Talks

The registration deadline was September 17th.

Lodging & Accomodations

Participants (including invited speakers) should make their own lodging arrangements for the workshop.

Please follow this link for a list of hotels maintained by the College of Charleston and check with sites such as for comparison.

The closest hotel to the conference site is the Francis Marion Hotel. However, like many of the hotels in downtown Charleston, the prices there can be quite high. There are also a few hotels downtown in walking distance of the conference venue with competitive rates, such as the Comfort Inn on Bee Street and the Hilton Garden Inn on Lockwood Drive.

If you will have a car, we recommend you look for hotels in Mount Pleasant just across the bridges from Downtown Charleston to secure better rates, such as the Hotel Indigo which is conveniently located and relatively affordable.

We urge you to reserve your accommodation early as Charleston is a popular destination this time of year and your choices will diminish quickly.

If you are willing/planning to share a room with another participant, please let us (the organizers) know: one of you needs to reserve the room, and the rate will be split at check-in. If you need help in identifying a roommate, we are happy to help.