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Nir Gadish

Research

Papers

(with I Griniasty and R. Lawrence) An explicit symmetric DGLA model of a bi-gon.
To appear in: Journal of Knot Theory and Its Ramifications (2017).
A trace formula for the distribution of rational G-orbits in ramified covers, adapted to representation stability.
New York Journal of Mathematics, Volume 23 (2017), pp. 987-1011.
Categories of FI type: a unified approach to generalizing representation stability and character polynomials.
Journal of Algebra, Volume 480 (2017), pp. 450-486.
Representation Stability for Families of Linear Subspace Arrangements.
(Preprint)

Not for publication

In Winter 2014 I passed my topic exam, on representation stability and applications to arithmetic statistics, under the supervision of Benson Farb. The proposal is here.

In Spring 2012 submitted my undergraduate thesis, on a free DGLA model for the 2-cell, under the supervision of Ruth Lawrence. The thesis is here.

Talks

Seminar and conference talks

Lifting finite generation to the space level
2017 Sep at Purdue University (Topology seminar)
Finitely generated families of subspace arrangements
2017 Jul at McGill University - Montreal, Canada (Math. Congress of the Americas)
Stability patterns in representation theory
2017 Jul at Hebrew University - Jerusalem, Israel (Amitsur algebra seminar)
Stability patterns in representation theory
2017 Jun at Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv, Israel
Categories of FI-type: a combinatorial structure underlying rep. stability
2017 Apr at Indiana University, Bloomington (AMS Secitonal Meeting)
Representation Stability for Families of Linear Subspace Arrangements
2016 Sep at Bowdoin College (AMS Sectional Meeting)

Expository

Intro to smooth manifolds
2017 Sep in the WOMP program (U. of Chicago)
Hamiltonian dynamics and Noether's theorem
2016 Nov in the Farb and Friends Student Seminar (U. of Chicago)
Classical mechanics without coordinates
2016 Oct in the student Pizza Seminar (U. of Chicago)
Algebraic number theory and the class group
2016 Sep in the WOMP program (U. of Chicago)
Nonstandard Analysis (limits bad, infinitesimals good)
2016 Apr in the student Pizza Seminar (U. of Chicago)
Destiny, fate and free will - an incomplete guide to forcing and independence in Set theory
2015 Mar in the student Pizza Seminar (U. of Chicago)

Teaching

Notes

Representation theory supplementary material

About me

I'm a graduate student in at The University of Chicago, interested in the interplay between geometric topology and representation stability.

Postal address
5734 S. University Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637-1514
USA
E-mail nirg [at] math.uchicago.edu
Office E14 in Eckhart basement
Advisor Benson Farb
Here is my CV