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Shane Kelly

Associate Professor

Department of Mathematics
Tokyo Institute of Technology
2-12-1 Ookayama, Meguro-ku
Tokyo 152-8551, Japan

shanekelly at math dot titech dot ac.jp

Room: 334C, Ext: 3392
ORCID iD: 0000-0001-8789-4438



Slides for talk
``A motivic formalism in representation theory''
at MSJ meeting 2019



current research interests

  • Arithmetic algebraic geometry (specfically motivic cohomology; motivic homotopy theory, K-theory, algebraic cycles)
  • Birational geometry, resolution of singularities (via differential forms in positive characteristic)
  • Modular representation theory (via stratified mixed Tate motives)

teaching

Tokyo Tech

FU Berlin

articles

    Ph.D. thesis

    Triangulated categories of motives in positive characteristic
    PhD thesis cotutelle between Université de Paris-Nord 13 and Australian National University
    jointly supervised by Denis-Charles Cisinski and Amnon Neeman
    (2012) arXiv

    undergraduate

    • Characterizing a family of elusive groups
      (with Michael Giudici)
      Journal of Group Theory, 12(1). (2009)
    • Constructions of intriguing sets of polar spaces from field reduction and derivation.
      Designs, Codes and Cryptography, 43(1). (2007)
    • Tight Sets and m-Ovoids of Polar Spaces
      (with John Bamberg, Maska Law, and Tim Penttila)
      J. Combin. Theory Ser. A, 114(7). (2007)

    other



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