Currently interested in Schur functions, key polynomials, semi-standard Young tableaux and other polynomials related representation theory and combinatorics. See my database of symmetric functions for an overview.
PhD thesis defended 2013, titled Combinatorial Methods in Complex Analysis, and since then I have drifted even closer towards (algebraic) combinatorics.
Oh, and I like generative art.
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