My research lies in the area of Representation Theory. I am interested
in quantum groups and braid groups, integrable systems,
hyperplane arrangements, and categorification.
A more detailed explanation of my research activity is given in this Research Statement.
My Curriculum Vitae.
My Teaching Statement.
A. Appel, V. Toledano Laredo,
A 2-categorical extension of Etingof-Kazhdan quantisation functor
Selecta Mathematica N.S. DOI Link, 89pp.
A. Appel, I. Egilmez, M. Hogancamp, A. Lauda, A DG-extension of symmetric functions arising from higher representation theory, 30pp. arXiv:1704.00713 (submitted)
A. Appel, V. Toledano Laredo, Uniqueness of quasi-Coxeter structures on Kac-Moody algebras, 61pp. arXiv:1508.01945 (submitted)
A. Appel, S. Gautam, An explicit isomorphism between quantum and classical sl(n), 32pp. arXiv:1712.03601
A. Appel, V. Toledano Laredo, Quasi-Coxeter categories and quantum groups, 39pp. arXiv:1610.09741
A. Appel, V. Toledano Laredo, Monodromy of the Casimir connection of a Kac-Moody algebra, 48pp. arXiv:1512.03041
A. Appel, V. Toledano Laredo, Quasi-Coxeter categories and a relative version of Etingof-Kazhdan quantization functor, 63pp. Link (preliminary and partial version of arXiv:1610.09744 and arXiv:1610.09741 )
Phd Thesis on IRis : Monodromy theorems in the affine setting.
Andrea Appel - Bio
Since June 2017, I am Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh.
From 2014 to 2017, I have been Assistant Professor (NTT) at the University of Southern Calfornia.
During Fall 2013, I was Research Fellow at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, hosted by Prof. David Kazhdan.
I received my Ph.D. from Northeastern University in Boston in June 2013, under the supervision of Prof. Valerio Toledano Laredo.
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