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Invited Talks

  • Oct 2015, q-Series Identities From Pretzel Links, Central Fall Sectional Meeting Loyola University Chicago.
  • Nov 2015, Pretzel Links and qSeries, Fall Eastern Sectional Meeting Rutgers University, Special Session on Invariants of Knots, Links and 3-Manifolds, Rutgers University.
  • May 2015, Quantum Invariants and q-Series, Graduate Student Conference in Algebra, Geometry, and Topology, Temple University, Philadelphia.
  • Jan 2015, Skein theory, knots and q-series, Joint mathematical meeting, San Antonio
  • Jan. 2015, Some properties of the tail of the colored Jones polynomial, Conference on Knot Theory and Its Applications to Physics and Quantum Computing, University Of Texas at Dallas. [Slides]
  • Sep 2014, Quantum invariants and q-series, New Orleans (Colloquium Talk).
  • Sep 2014, University of South Florida, Recent developments in quantum invariants, Tampa (Colloquium Talk).
  • Aug 2014, Skein Theory and q-series, The Thin Manifold, University of Iowa
  • Apr. 2014, Skein Theory and q-series, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge(Virtual Seminar).
  • Mar. 2014, The tail of the quantum spin networks and Andrews-Gordon-type identities, AMS Sectional Meeting AMS Special Session, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
  • Feb. 2014, The tail of a quantum spin network, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
  • Jan. 2014, The colored Kauffman skein relation and the tail of the colored Jones polynomial, Knots in Washington, George Washington University
  • Jan. 2014, Skein theory and Andrews-Gordon Identities for the false theta functions, Special Session on Algebraic Structures Motivated by Knot Theory
    AMS-MAA Joint Mathematics Meetings, Baltimore, MD.
  • Oct. 2013, Andrews-Gordon identities via the tail of the colored Jones polynomial, AMS Sectional Meeting AMS Special Session, Fall Central Sectional Meeting Washington University, St. Louis. [Slides]
  • Oct. 2013, The tail of a quantum spin network and Andrews-Gordon identities, AMS Sectional Meeting AMS Special Session, Temple University, Philadelphia

Departmental Talks

Knots and 3-Manifolds

Quantum and classical Temperley lieb algebras

6j Symbols

Orientation on Manifolds

The Kaufman bracket skien module of S2XS1

A Braid Group representation from Uq(sl2)

Representation of finite groups

SU(2) and SO(3) Representations

The Colored Jones Polynomial via R matrix

Frobenius algebras and 2D topological quantum field theories

H-Spaces and Hopf Algebras

A definition of the Colored Jones Polynomial

Mathematical Billiards

The Jones Polynomial

Hecke Algebra Representation of Braid Groups and Links