### SAM GUNNINGHAM THESIS

My advisor is Ben Elias. Fenton j zzz ay zzz h uoregon. Understanding the purely formal part of the sheaf theoretic cohomological framework for representation theory Ask Question. I’m interested in mathematical constructions in classical and quantum field theories using derived algebraic geometry. Videos for the lectures are now available here. We read and discussed important papers from geometric representation theory in the last forty years.

Rasmussen GNR conjecturing an equivalence between the Drinfeld center of the Hecke category of type A and coherent sheaves on the flag Hilbert scheme of n points in the plane. Understanding the purely formal part of the sheaf theoretic cohomological framework for representation theory Ask Question. Email Required, but never shown. The course website is here. I am a proud member of the graduate employee union GTFF and will serve as a steward for the Department of Mathematics beginning in Winter Qiaochu Yuan Qiaochu Yuan

## Chris Elliott

It is expected this complex corresponds to the tautological bundle on the Hilbert scheme. It’s unclear to me what part of this story is “purely formal. In Spring I am teaching Math – Precalculus.

I am a proud member of the graduate employee union GTFF and will serve sxm a steward for the Department of Mathematics beginning in Winter The theory of factorization algebras as a model for perturbative field theory. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

Also, I don’t know a reference for any of this.

# Sam Gunningham – The Mathematics Genealogy Project

Unicorn Meta Zoo thrsis To be specific I’d like to understand, for example, the purely formal parts no hard “real” theorems of the following ideas: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. For example, I thhesis about: You can also read my thesiswhich is a combination of the last two papers above, with an expository introduction and some remarks on future work. Fenton j zzz ay zzz h uoregon.

In October-November I co-organised a learning seminar on String Topology with Brian Williamsfocusing on string topology as part of a partially extended 2d topological field theory.

This functor categorifies the flattening map from the cylindrical braid group to the ordinary braid group.

# User Sam Gunningham – MathOverflow

Sign up using Email and Password. I’m interested in mathematical constructions in classical and quantum field theories using derived algebraic geometry. Gaitsgory’s construction of central perverse sheaves on affine flag varieties, which we call Gaitsgory’s Central Sheaves GCS. Hiro Tanaka compiled a partial list of notes from the participant talks here. Videos for the lectures are now available here. The construction and classification of not necessarily topological twists of classical and quantum field theories, especially using techniques of derived algebraic geometry and homotopical algebra.

Please come to the next one! I am interested in categorical and geometric representation theoryand in their connections to low-dimensional topology and mathematical physics.

Elias initiates a research program giving a Soergel bimodules analogue of D. How do we grade questions?

## Jay Hathaway

We read and discussed important papers from geometric representation theory in the last forty years. Finally I must confess I’m a die hard fan of yours, I can’t thank you enough for all your insightful comments and answers on this site! I tried googling “Sam Gunningham” along with other stuff and nothing turned up. The course website is here. What representations you get is described by the Borel-Weil-Bott theoremand for the nicest statements you should take the derived pushforward.

Write computer software to assist me in some of these calculations. This is achieved in all rank for the defining representation. I am happy to show you around Eugene! Last modified Thursday January 24th, Understanding the purely formal part of the sheaf theoretic cohomological framework for representation theory Ask Question.