Manchester Algebra Seminar - Robert Muth
|9 March 2021
|16:00 - 17:00
|What is it:
|Department of Mathematics
|Who is it for:
|University staff, Current University students
Speaker: Robert Muth - Washington and Jefferson College
Title: Specht modules and cuspidal ribbon tableaux
Representation theory of Khovanov-Lauda-Rouquier (KLR) algebras in affine type A can be studied through the lens of Specht modules, associated with the cellular structure of cyclotomic KLR algebras, or through the lens of cuspidal modules, associated with categorified PBW bases for the quantum group of affine type A. Cuspidal ribbons provide a sort of combinatorial bridge between these approaches. I will describe some recent results on cuspidal ribbon tableaux, and some implications in the world of KLR representation theory, such as bounds on labels of simple factors of Specht modules, and presentations of cuspidal modules. Portions of this talk are joint work with Dina Abbasian, Lena Difulvio, Gabrielle Pasternak, Isabella Sholtes, and Frances Sinclair.
Note the unusual time.
Travel and Contact Information
Zoom - online
Alan Turing Building