Catharina Stroppel  List of students
Current PhD students:
Liao Wang

Daniel Bermudez Montana
Former PhD students:
 Anna Mkrtchyan (finished 2020)
 Strange Divisibility in groups and rings pdf
 How many tuples of group elements have a given property? With an appendix by Dmitrii V. Trushin. Internat. J. Algebra Comput. 24 (2014), no. 4, 413–428. arxiv
 PhD Thesis: Gradings on the Brauer algebras and double affine BMW algebras
 Tashi Walde (finished 2020)
 Higher Segal spaces via higher excision arxiv
 Homotopy coherent theorems of DoldKan type arxiv
 2Segal spaces as invertible infinityoperads arxiv
 Generalised BGP reflection functors via the Grothendieck construction arxiv
 Simplicial structures in higher AuslanderReiten theory arxiv
 Master Thesis: Hall monoidal categories and categorical modules (supervised by T. Dyckerhoff, Hamburg) pdf
 PhD Thesis: On the Theory of Higher Segal Spaces
 Tomasz
Przezdziecki (finished 2019) (jt. with Gwyn Bellamy,
Glasgow)
 C*actions on generalized Calogero Moser spaces and Hilbert schemes arxiv
 Suzuki functor at the critical level arxiv
 Quiver Schur Algebras and Cohomological Hall Algebras pdf
 PhD
Thesis: Rational Cherednik algebras, quiver Schur algebras
and cohomological Hall algebras
 Arik Wilbert
(finished 2017)
 Twoblock Springer fibers of types C and D: a diagrammatic approach to Springer theory pdf
 Singular TQFTs, foams and type D arc algebras arxiv with M. Ehrig, D. Tubbenhauer
 Topology of tworow Springer fibers for the even orthogonal and symplectic group, arxiv to appear in Trans. Math.
 PhD Thesis:Tworow Springer fibres, foams and arc algebras of type D
 Joanna
Meinel (finished 2016)
 arxiv publications
 Duflo Theorem for Generalized Weyl algebras arxiv J. Algebra Appl., 14, (2015), no. 10, 1550147, 21pp.
 (with G. Benkart) The center of the affine nilTemperleyLieb algebra arxiv Math. Z. 284 (2016), no. 12, 413–439.
 PhD Thesis: Affine nilTemperleyLieb Algebras and Generalized Weyl Algebras (2016)
 arxiv publications
 Hanno Becker
(finished 2015)
 Publication: KhovanovRozansky homology via CohenMacaulay approximations and Soergel bimodules arxiv
 Models for singularity categories Adv. Math. 254 (2014), 187232
 PhD Thesis: HomotopyTheoretic Studies of KhovanovRozansky Homology
 Antonio
Sartori (finished 2014)
 The degenerate affine walled Brauer algebra. J. Algebra 417 (2014), 198233. (journal of Algebra, arxiv version)
 A diagram algebra for Soergel modules corresponding to smooth Schubert varieties. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 368 (2016), no. 2, 889–938. arxiv
 (with C. Stroppel) Walled Brauer algebras as idempotent truncations of level 2 cyclotomic quotients. J. Algebra 440 (2015), 602–638.
 The Alexander polynomial as quantum invariant of links. Ark. Mat. 53 (2015), no. 1, 177–202.arxiv
 (with C. Stroppel) Categorification of tensor product representations of 𝔰𝔩k and category . J. Algebra 428 (2015), 256–291
 PhD Thesis: Categorification of tensor powers of the vector representation of Uq(gl(1/1)).
 Hoel
Queffelec (finished 2014)
 Skein modules from skew Howe duality and affine extensions SIGMA Symmetry Integrability Geom. Methods Appl. 11 (2015).
 (with H. M. Russell) Chebyshev polynomials and the FrohmanGelca formula. J. Knot Theory Ramifications 24 (2015), no. 4.
 Khovanov homology is a skew Howe 2representation of categorified quantum sl(m) , Algebr. Geom. Topol. 15 (2015), no. 5, 25172608.
 PhD Thesis: Categorification des invariants quantiques des variations en dimension 3 (supervised with C. Blanchet)
 Gisa Schaefer (finished 2014)
 A cobordism category attached to KhovanovRozansky link homologies based on operads arxiv
 PhD Thesis: Categorified Uq(sl(2)) theory using BarNatan's approach
 Sebastian Holzmann (finished 2008)
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News
Jessica Fintzen wins Cole Prize
Dr. Regula Krapf receives university teaching award
Prof. Catharina Stroppel joined the North RhineWestphalia Academy for Sciences and Arts
Prof. Daniel Huybrechts receives the Compositio Prize for the periode 20172019
Prof. Catharina Stroppel receives Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize 2023
Grants for Mathematics students from Ukraine
Prof. Jessica Fintzen is awarded a Whitehead Prize of the London Mathematical Society
Prof. Peter Scholze elected as Foreign Member of the Royal Society