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MCF (tenured) in Univ. Strasbourg.

My research interests include:
  • Cluster algebras 
  • Categorifications  (for example, via (graded/cyclic) quiver varieties, quiver Hecke algebras, etc.)
  • relations to quantum groups (canonical bases, representation theory), combinatoricstriangulated categories (Calabi-Yau categoeries), Donaldson-Thomas invariants and wall-crossing

Contact



IRMA (Institut de Recherche Mathématique Avancée)
7, rue René Descartes
67084 Strasbourg Cedex
France

qin.fan.mathgmail.com


Publications / preprints


  • Quantum groups via cyclic quiver varieties II: bases, in preparation
  • Compare triangular bases in acyclic quantum cluster algebras, 18 pages, preprint. arXiv:1606.05604.
  • Triangular bases in quantum cluster algebras and monoidal categorification conjectures, 92 pages, to appear in Duke Mathematical Journal. arXiv:1501.04085.
  • Quantum groups via cyclic quiver varieties I, Compositio mathematica 152 (2016), no. 2, 299--326.
  • t-analog of q-characters, bases of quantum cluster algebras, and a correction technique, International Mathematics Research Notices 2014 (2014), no. 22, 6175--6232.
  • (joint with Yoshiyuki Kimura) Graded quiver varieties, quantum cluster algebras, and dual canonical basis, Advances in Mathematics 262 (2014), 261--312.
  • (appendix by Bernhard Keller) Quantum Cluster Variables via Serre Polynomials, Journal für die reine und angewandte Mathematik (Crelle's Journal) 668 (2012), 149--190.


Talk slides, notes, etc.




Activities



useful tools


Free software
  • I use git for the version control of text files.
  • I have just started to use Lyx as the tex editor. Its spellchecker works, and the distinction between the equation mode and the text mode avoids the { } or $ $ unmatched bugs.
  • TikzEdt is convenient for drawing diagrams in latex.
  • For calculation on cluster algebras, I heavily depend on Bernhard Keller's application: quiver mutation in Java.
Proprietary software
  • I use Onenote (windows OS) for taking notes. I haven't found an open source and cross-platform alternative.
  • I use Dropbox and Evernote for collaboration.