- Michel Brion (IF, CNRS):
*Possibly non-affine algebraic groups* - Brian Conrad (Stanford):
*Pseudo-reductive groups* - Stéphane Gaussent (ICJ, Saint-Étienne):
*Path model* - Bertrand Rémy (ICJ, Lyon 1):
*Bruhat-Tits theory*

Each course will consist of four 90 minutes lectures. **The schedule for the week has changed; here is the latest version:**

**Monday**

9:30-11:00 Welcoming

11:15-12:45 *Bruhat-Tits theory (B. Rémy)*

Lunch

14:30-16:00 *Bruhat-Tits theory (B. Rémy)*

Break

16:30-18:00 *Possibly non-affine algebraic groups (M. Brion)*

**Tuesday**

9:30-11:00 *Path model (S. Gaussent)*

11:15-12:45 *Bruhat-Tits theory (B. Rémy)*

Lunch

14:30-16:00 *Path models (S. Gaussent)*

Break

16:30-18:00 *Possibly non-affine algebraic groups (M. Brion)*

**Wednesday**

9:30-11:00 *Path model (S. Gaussent)*

11:15-12:45 *Bruhat-Tits theory (B. Rémy)*

Lunch

**Thursday**

**9:15-10:45** *Pseudo-reductive groups (B. Conrad)*

**11:00-12:30** *Possibly non-affine algebraic groups (M. Brion)*

Lunch

14:30-16:00 *Path model (S. Gaussent)*

Break

16:30-18:00 *Pseudo-reductive groups (B. Conrad)*

**Friday**

9:30-11:00 *Pseudo-reductive groups (B. Conrad)*

11:15-12:45 *Possibly non-affine algebraic groups (M. Brion)*

Lunch

14:30-16:00 *Pseudo-reductive groups (B. Conrad)*