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Wednesday, January 20, 2016 — 2:30 PM EST

Adam Chapman, Michigan State University

“Linkage of p-algebras of prime degree”

Quaternion algebras contain quadratic field extensions of the center. Given two algebras, a natural question to ask is whether they share a common field extension. This gives us an idea of how closely related those algebras are to one another. If the center is of characteristic 2 then those extensions divide into two types - the separable type and the inseparable type.

It is known that if two quaternion algebras share an inseparable field extension then they also share a separable field extension and that the converse is not true. We shall discuss this fact and its generalization to p-algebras of arbitrary prime degree.

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