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Tilings for symmetric groups
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I will explain how tilings of the plane by rhombi appear in the modular representation theory of symmetric groups, and how certain mutations of the tilings correspond to equivalences of derived categories. This is joint work with Will Turner, and with Hyohe Miyachi and Kai Meng Tan.
This talk is part of the Algebra Seminar series.
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