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Book DetailsContemporary MathematicsVolume: 791; 2024; 227 ppMSC: Primary 14; 16; 17; 35; 18; 57;
This volume contains the proceedings of the virtual AMS Special Session on Geometric and Algebraic Aspects of Quantum Groups and Related Topics, held from November 20–21, 2021.
Noncommutative algebras and noncommutative algebraic geometry have been an active field of research for the past several decades, with many important applications in mathematical physics, representation theory, number theory, combinatorics, geometry, lowdimensional topology, and category theory.
Papers in this volume contain original research, written by speakers and their collaborators. Many papers also discuss new concepts with detailed examples and current trends with novel and important results, all of which are invaluable contributions to the mathematics community.
ReadershipGraduate students and research mathematicians interested in representation theory of noncommutative algebras and its applications to various areas of mathematical physics, topology, geometry, and number theory.

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Articles

Jacob Glidewell, William E. Hurst, Kyungyong Lee and Li Li — On the twodimensional Jacobian conjecture: Magnus’ formula revisited, III

Tolulope Oke — Homotopy lifting maps on Hochschild cohomology and connections to deformation of algebras using reduction systems

Jason Gaddis and Thomas Lamkin — Centers and automorphisms of PI quantum matrix algebras

Garrett Johnson and Hayk Melikyan — On automorphisms of quantum Schubert cells

Anton M. Zeitlin — On Wronskians and $qq$systems

Mee Seong Im and Mikhail Khovanov — Onedimensional topological theories with defects: the linear case

Mikhail Khovanov and Nitu Kitchloo — A deformation of RobertWagner foam evaluation and link homology

Mikhail Khovanov, Krzysztof Putyra and Pedro Vaz — Odd twovariable Soergel bimodules and Rouquier complexes


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This volume contains the proceedings of the virtual AMS Special Session on Geometric and Algebraic Aspects of Quantum Groups and Related Topics, held from November 20–21, 2021.
Noncommutative algebras and noncommutative algebraic geometry have been an active field of research for the past several decades, with many important applications in mathematical physics, representation theory, number theory, combinatorics, geometry, lowdimensional topology, and category theory.
Papers in this volume contain original research, written by speakers and their collaborators. Many papers also discuss new concepts with detailed examples and current trends with novel and important results, all of which are invaluable contributions to the mathematics community.
Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in representation theory of noncommutative algebras and its applications to various areas of mathematical physics, topology, geometry, and number theory.

Articles

Jacob Glidewell, William E. Hurst, Kyungyong Lee and Li Li — On the twodimensional Jacobian conjecture: Magnus’ formula revisited, III

Tolulope Oke — Homotopy lifting maps on Hochschild cohomology and connections to deformation of algebras using reduction systems

Jason Gaddis and Thomas Lamkin — Centers and automorphisms of PI quantum matrix algebras

Garrett Johnson and Hayk Melikyan — On automorphisms of quantum Schubert cells

Anton M. Zeitlin — On Wronskians and $qq$systems

Mee Seong Im and Mikhail Khovanov — Onedimensional topological theories with defects: the linear case

Mikhail Khovanov and Nitu Kitchloo — A deformation of RobertWagner foam evaluation and link homology

Mikhail Khovanov, Krzysztof Putyra and Pedro Vaz — Odd twovariable Soergel bimodules and Rouquier complexes