Huanchen Bao's Website

I graduated from the University of Virginia, under the supervition of Prof. Weiqiang Wang. I am currently (2015-) a Brin Postdoctoral Fellow in the University of Maryland, College Park. My mentor is Prof. Xuhua He. I was in the Institute for Advanced Study for the academic year 2016-2017. I was visiting the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics for the summer of 2015 (June to July), the summer of 2016 (June to August), and the summer of 2017 (June to August).

Here is a picture of me in the University of Virginia.

Picture from UVa

Contact Information

E-mail: (myfirstname)@math.umd.edu
Office: MATH 4104

Research

I am interested in the representation theory of Lie algebras, Lie superalgebras, quantum groups, and their connections to geometry and categorification. Here is my CV.

Here is a list of my preprints/publications:

  1. Canonical bases arising from quantum symmetric pairs, to appear in Invent. Math. arXiv:1610.09271.
    (joint with Weiqiang Wang)

  2. Multiparameter quantum Schur duality of type B, to appear in Proc. AMS arXiv:1609.01766.
    (joint with Hideya Watanabe and Weiqiang Wang)

  3. Categorification of quantum symmetric pairs I, to appear in Quantum Topology arXiv:1605.03780v2.
    (joint with Peng Shan, Ben Webster and Weiqiang Wang)

  4. Kazhdan-Lusztig Theory of super type D and quantum symmetric pairs, Represent. Theory 21 (2017), 247-276.

  5. Geometric Schur duality of classical type, to appear in Transform. Groups arXiv:1404.4000v3.
    (joint with Jonathan Kujawa, Yiqiang Li and Weiqiang Wang)

  6. Appendix to "Geometric Schur duality of classical type", arXiv:1404.4000v3.
    (joint with Yiqiang Li and Weiqiang Wang)

  7. Canonical bases in tensor products revisited, Amer. J. Math. 138 (2016), 1731-1738.
    (joint with Weiqiang Wang)

  8. A new approach to Kazhdan-Lusztig theory of type B via quantum symmetric pairs, to appear in Asterisque arXiv:1310.0103v2.
    (joint with Weiqiang Wang)

Teaching-Fall 2018

MATH 808G--Introduction to categorification of quantum groups. Here is the course syllabus.