# Geometric Representation Theory, Fall 2017

Research seminar in geometric representation theory, symplectic geometry, mathematical physics, Gromov-Witten theory, integrable systems

**Location:** MIT, 2-449

**Time:** Monday 4:30-5:30 (plus epsilon)

**Contact:** Andrei Neguț

Dec 18:

** Roman Bezrukavnikov ** (MIT),

* Elliptic pairs and Hilbert schemes *

Dec 11:

** Xiaolei Zhao ** (NEU),

* Birational geometry of moduli spaces of sheaves on the projective plane via wall-crossing *

Dec 4:

** Galyna Dobrovolska ** (Columbia),

* Combinatorial wall-crossing and the Mullineux involution*, Note special time 4-5

Nov 27:

** Amitai Zernik ** (IAS),

* Open Gromov-Witten theory of (CP^1 , RP^1) in all genera and Gromov-Witten
Hurwitz correspondence *

Nov 20:

** Eyal Markman ** (UMass Amherst),

* Monodromy of generalized Kummers and Triality for Spin(8) *

Nov 13:

** Matt Szczesny ** (BU),

* Toroidal algebras via factorization algebras *

Nov 6:

** Philip Engel ** (Harvard),

* Tilings and Hurwitz Theory *

Oct 30:

** Claude Eicher ** (MIT),

* Relaxed highest weight representations over affine Kac-Moody algebras from D-modules on the Kashiwara flag scheme *

Oct 23:

* No seminar *

Oct 16:

** Ana Bălibanu ** (Harvard),

* The wonderful compactification and the universal centralizer *

Oct 9:

* No seminar: Columbus Day *

Oct 2:

** Noah Arbesfeld ** (Columbia),

* K-theoretic Donaldson-Thomas theory and tautological bundles on the Hilbert scheme of points *

Sep 25:

** Petr Pushkar ** (Columbia),

* Quantum K-theory of quiver varieties and quantum integrable systems *

Sep 18:

** Francesco Sala ** (IPMU),

* Cohomological Hall algebra of a curve *

Sep 13:

** Tina Kanstrup ** (Bonn),

* Braid group actions, matrix factorizations and link invariants * ** (Note special day) **
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