Lecturer in Pure Mathematics

School of Mathematics

University of East Anglia

We have a Pure Mathematics Research Seminar here at UEA.

- Representation theory of algebras
- Derived categories and homological/homotopical algebra
- Cluster algebras and cluster categories
- Category theory and categorification

- (joint with Osamu Iyama)
*Higher preprojective algebras, Koszul algebras, and superpotentials*, arXiv:1902.07878 [math.RT] *Higher zigzag algebras*, arXiv:1711.00794 [math.RT]- (joint with Robert Marsh)
*Braid groups and quiver mutation*, Pacific J. Math. 290 (2017), no. 1, 77-116, DOI: 10.2140/pjm.2017.290.77 *Lifts of longest elements to braid groups acting on derived categories*, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 367 (2015), 1631-1669, DOI: 10.1090/S0002-9947-2014-06104-7*Derived autoequivalences from periodic algebras*, Proc. London Math. Soc. (2013) 106 (2): 375-409, DOI: 10.1112/plms/pds043

My preprints can be found at:

http://arxiv.org/a/grant_j_1

You can email me by substituting my last name into the following address:

j.lastname@uea.ac.uk

You can send me mail at the following address:

School of Mathematics University of East Anglia Norwich Research Park Norwich UK NR4 7TJ

- Spring Semester 2018/2019: MTHA5001Y: Analysis
- Winter Semester 2018/2019: MTHE6030A/MTHE7030A: Differential Geometry
- Spring Semester 2017/2018: MTHD7030B: Differential Geometry
- Winter Semester 2017/2018: MTHA4003Y: Real Analysis
- Spring Semester 2016/2017: MTHD6026B/MTHD7031B: Quivers and Representations
- Winter Semester 2016/2017: MTHA4003Y: Real Analysis
- Spring Semester 2015/2016: MTHA5003Y: Algebra
- Winter Semester 2015/2016: MTHA4003Y: Real Analysis
- Spring Semester 2014/2015: MTHA5003Y: Algebra

The module code MTH?n???z denotes a "level n" module at the University of East Anglia, which students take in the (n-3)rd year of a BSc/MMath degree. 1st (winter) and 2nd (spring) semester modules have z=A and z=B, respectively, and z=Y denotes a year long module. Modules with both n=6 and n=7 codes in the same year are taught without/with advanced topics.

- Spring Semester 2013/2014: MATH3033/MATH5033M: Graph Theory and Advanced Graph Theory (University of Leeds)

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*"What Is...?"*column in Notices of the AMS - The Cost of Knowledge