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Email: nharman [at] math [dot] uchicago [dot] edu |

I am currently an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow and a Dickson Instructor at the University of Chicago. I got my PhD from MIT in 2017, my thesis was titled "Deligne Categories and Representation Stability in Positive Characteristic", and my PhD advisor was Pavel Etingof. I am interested in stability phenomena in representation theory, tensor categories in positive characteristic, and problems in algebraic combinatorics arising from representation theory. The picture is of me teaching a mini-course on non-euclidean geometry to high school students at MathILy in 2014.

"Dimensions of irreducible modules for partition algebras and tensor power multiplicities for symmetric and alternating groups", with Georgia Benkart and Tom Halverson,

"Counting SET-free sets", (2016) to appear in

"Quantum integer valued polynomials", with Sam Hopkins,

"Deligne categories as limits in rank and characteristic", submitted (2016) - arXiv

"p-adic dimensions in symmetric tensor categories in characteristic p", with Pavel Etingof and Victor Ostrik (2015), to appear in

"Stability and periodicity in the modular representation theory of symmetric groups" (2015) - arXiv

"Generators for the representation rings of certain wreath products",

MathILy and MathILy-Er

HCSSiM

MIT PRIMES

Research Science Institute (RSI)

SMALL REU

Budapest Semesters in Mathematics