### Abstract

We classify integral modular categories of dimension $p{{q}^{4}}$ and ${{p}^{2}}{{q}^{2}}$ , where $p$ and $q$ are distinct primes. We show that such categories are always group-theoretical, except for categories of dimension $4{{q}^{2}}$ . In these cases there are well-known examples of non-group-theoretical categories, coming from centers of Tambara–Yamagami categories and quantum groups. We show that a non-grouptheoretical integral modular category of dimension $4{{q}^{2}}$ is either equivalent to one of these well-known examples or is of dimension 36 and is twist-equivalent to fusion categories arising froma certain quantum group.

Publication

Canad. Math. Bull. 57 (2014), no. 4, 721–734