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Departmental Research Colloquium: Khovanov homology

Presented by Andrew Lobb, Mathematical Sciences, Durham

27 January 2016 15:00 in CM101 (Mathematical Sciences)

Khovanov homology is a combinatorial invariant of knots in 3-space. It has deep connections with representation theory, physics, and floer homology. I'll explore some of these connections.

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