Daniel Labardini-Fragoso

Picture Labardini
Endenicher Allee 60
53115 Bonn
Office 3.002
E-mail: labardini@etc

(etc = math.uni-bonn.de)

Since March 2011 I am a Postdoc of Prof. Jan Schröer's working group at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Bonn. In August 2013 I will join the Faculty of the Mathematical Institute of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) as a Researcher.

In December 2010 I defended the PhD thesis "Quivers with potentials associated with triangulations of Riemann surfaces", which I wrote as a PhD student at Northeastern University's Department of Mathematics (Boston, Massachusetts, USA). My PhD thesis advisor was Andrei Zelevinsky.

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Research Interests

  • Representation theory of finite-dimensional algebras
  • Representation theory of quivers and species
  • Cluster algebras and their categorifications
  • Algebraic combinatorics
  • Convex geometry

Publications and preprints

  1. The representation type of Jacobian algebras.
    With Christof Geiss and Jan Schröer.
    In preparation.

  2. Strongly primitive species with potentials I: Mutations.
    With Andrei Zelevinsky. 51 pages.

  3. On triangulations, quivers with potentials and mutations.
    11 pages, 4 figures.

  4. Caldero-Chapoton algebras.
    With Giovanni Cerulli Irelli and Jan Schröer. 32 pages.
    To appear in Transactions of the American Mathematical Society.

  5. Quivers with potentials associated to triangulated surfaces, part IV: Removing boundary assumptions.
    34 pages, 28 figures.

  6. Linear independence of cluster monomials for skew-symmetric cluster algebras.
    With Giovanni Cerulli Irelli, Bernhard Keller and Pierre-Guy Plamondon. 12 pages.
    To appear in Compositio Mathematica.

  7. Quivers with potentials associated to triangulated surfaces, part III: Tagged triangulations and cluster monomials.
    With Giovanni Cerulli Irelli. 34 pages, 7 figures.
    Compositio Mathematica 148 (2012), No. 06, 1833-1866.

  8. Quivers with potentials associated to triangulated surfaces, part II: Arc representations.
    52 pages, 37 figures.

  9. Cones and convex bodies with modular face lattices.
    With Max Neumann-Coto and Martha Takane. 14 pages, 1 figure.
    Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society (2012) PII: S 0002-9939(2012)11278-X .

  10. Quivers with potentials associated to triangulated surfaces.
    43 pages, 57 figures.
    Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society (2009) 98 (3): 797-839.


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