Matthew B. Young
I am a Ph.D. student in the mathematics department and will be graduating in the spring of 2013. I am interested in representation theory with applications to geometry and mathematical physics.
My advisor is Michael Movshev.
Stony Brook NY, 11794-3651, USA
Office: Math Tower, 4-116
Research InterestsRepresentation theory. Moduli spaces of quiver representations. Hall algebras. Mathematical aspects of quantum field theory and string theory.
Publications and PreprintsM.B. Young. "The Hall module of an exact category with duality." Pre-print. pdf arXiv:1212.0531
M.B. Young. "Hall Modules Associated to Quivers." Presented at the poster session of the 2011 Canadian Mathematical Society Winter Meeting, Toronto, Ont.
"Open-Closed Field Theories in Two Dimensions." A talk given at Talbot 2010 workshop: Twisted K-Theory and Loop Groups, May. 27, 2010. Last updated June 1, 2010. See here for rough notes.
Current Teaching Activities
Spring 2013: MAP 103 Proficiency Algebra Home Page