Rinat Kedem
Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of Illinois 1409 W. Green Street MC-382
Urbana, IL 61801

Office Phone: (217) 244-1350
Fax: (217) 333-9576
email rinat at the usual domain name
Office: 377 Altgeld Hall
Mailbox is in 250 Altgeld Hall

How to find me: Hints.

Teaching: I am not teaching during Spring 2021: Contact me for the Graduate Student Cluster Algebra Seminar.

Math 506 (Fall 2021 or Spring 2022): Representation theory.

Research interests: Representation theory of infinite dimensional algebras (affine Lie, quantum affine, vertex); integrable models in statistical mechanics and quantum field theory; See my curriculum vitae (outdated) for more information about my background and publication data. My research publications are available from ArXiv.

Seminar: The IRT seminar is on hold this year. Instead, we have a weekly student seminar, see above.

Research Students: If you are interested in working on projects related to integrable lattice systems and/or combinatorial representation theory, cluster algebras, and related subjects in mathematical physics, send me an email to set up an appointment.

 

 




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Rinat Kedem
Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of Illinois
1409 W. Green Street MC-382
Urbana, IL 61801

Office Phone: (217) 244-1350
Fax: (217) 333-9576
email rinat at the usual domain name
Office: 377 Altgeld Hall
Mailbox is in 250 Altgeld Hall

How to find me: Hints.

Teaching: Spring 2021: See graduate student seminar

Research interests: Representation theory of affine algebras, vertex algebras and deformations; integrable models in statistical mechanics and field theory; cluster algebras. See my curriculum vitae (outdated) for more information about my background and publication data. My research publications are available from ArXiv.

Seminar: Students who are interested in cluster algebras and integrable systems can write to me to be added to the student seminar mailing list.

Research Students: If you are interested in working on projects related to integrable lattice systems and/or combinatorial representation theory, cluster algebras, and related subjects in mathematical physics, send me an email to set up an appointment.