Aladin Virmaux

Adresse

  • LRI Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique
  • Bât 650 Ada Lovelace, Université Paris-Sud
    91405 Orsay Cedex, France
    Bureau 35
  • Équipe GALAC
  • Email: aladin dot virmaux at lri dot fr

I am a PhD student at LRI (Université Paris-Sud) under the supervision of Nicolas M. Thiéry from September 2012.

Subject: Combinatorial representation theory of towers of monoids. Application to categorification and parking functions.

I defended my PhD the 13th of June: my manuscrit and my slides.

A short resume (in french).

Research themes:

  • Algebraic combinatorics (ordered monoids, combinatorial Hopf algebras, ...)
  • Representation theory (semigroups, Hecke algebras, tower of algebras, categorification)
  • Combinatorial exploration with SageMath

Publications

  • Non-commutative Frobenius characteristic of generalized parking functions -- Application to enumeration (with J.B. Priez, FPSAC'15, Daejon, South Korea) (arXiv)
  • Partial categorification of Hopf algebras and representation theory of towers of J-trivial monoids (FPSAC'14, Chicago) (DMTCS)

Conferences attended

  • September 2015 – Séminaire Lotharingien de Combinatoire, Bertinoro, Italy
  • July 2015 – FPSAC’15, Daejeon, South Korea
  • March 2015 – Sage days 64, UC Davis, California
  • November 2014 – Journées de Combinatoire, Institut Camille Jordan, Lyon
  • June 2014 – FPSAC’14, Chicago
  • January 2014 – Winter school Introduction to categorification and to Kac-Moody and related Lie algebras , Montréal
  • July 2013 – Combin’ à Tours, Tours
  • June 2013 – Sage Days, Paris
  • June 2013 – FPSAC’13, Paris
  • June 2013 – Journées du GT CombAlg, Université Marne-la-Vallée
  • Spring 2013 – Automorphic Forms, Combinatorial Representation Theory and Multiple Dirichlet Series, ICERM, Brown University (Providence, RI), 3 months
  • June 2012 – Journées du GT CombAlg, Calais

Talks

  • June 16, 2015 – Paris-Nord – Représentations de tours de monoïdes J-triviaux
  • March 12, 2014 – UC Davis – Tower of J -trivial monoids