## Tina KanstrupEndenicher Allee 60 Room N1.010 53115 Bonn Germany Email: kanstrup (add @math.uni-bonn.de) Tel: +49 (0) 228 73 intern, intern = 2501. |

#### Research area

My research area is geometric representation theory. I am especially interested in categorical actions of algebraic objects on categories of an algebro-geometric nature. I'm a member of the working group Algebra and Representation Theory in Bonn.#### Seminars

- Working Seminar (WS 2016/17): Affine Hecke algebras and their appearance in mathematics
- Lecture series by Dennis Gaitsgory: Hirzebruch-Riemann-Roch as a categorical trace.

#### Research Publications and Preprints

- Demazure Descent and Representations of Reductive Groups (jt. with S. Arkhipov):

Hindawi Algebra, Volume 2014 (2014), Article ID 823467. - Quasi-coherent Hecke category and Demazure Descent (jt. with S. Arkhipov):

Moscow Math. J., Volume 15, Issue 2, April-June 2015, pp. 257-267. - Equivariant matrix factorizations and Hamiltonian reduction (jt. with S. Arkhipov):

arXiv:1510.07472. - Braid group actions on matrix factorizations (jt. with S. Arkhipov):

arXiv:1510.07588. - Demazure descent theory (Dissertation).

Advisor: Sergey Arkhipov.

Aarhus University (2015).

#### Other Publications

- Canonical Bases and Representation Categories. (with R. Bezrukavnikov).

Lecture notes from a course given by R. Bezrukavnikov at MIT in the Fall 2013.

Work in progress. The latest version is available here.

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