Fri, 03 Nov 2023
12:00 - 13:00
Liam Riordan
University of Bath

Cluster algebras and their quantum counterparts were invented in the early 2000s in an attempt to construct elements of dual canonical bases. This turned out to be a harder goal than first realised. In this talk I will aim to give an introduction and overview of the theory and display the wide range of interesting maths which has gone into making steps in this area. I will try to assume as little possible prior knowledge and instead focus on interesting questions which remain open in this area.

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