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Chris Bowman



I was an undergraduate at York, then a PhD student at Cambridge, and had postdoctoral positions at Paris and London, supported by ANR and the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851.  I then had a lectureship at Kent, before returning to York in 2021.  My research is currently supported by EPSRC early career fellowship EP/V00090X/1



My research is focused on the connections between combinatorics, Lie theory, knot theory, and categorical representation theory.  I spend a lot of time thinking about symmetric groups, complex reflection groups and their Cherednik algebras, Kronecker coefficients, p-Kazhdan—Lusztig polynomials, and anti-spherical Hecke categories. 

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Algebra Research Seminar Group

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Dr Chris Bowman