

Slides I try to prepare a LaTex beamer presentation
for all talks. If I gave a LaTex beamertalk, then I will upload the corresponding
slides here. Talks without a LaTex beamer
presentation are not mentioned. Note that these are delivered as they are,
with no attempt at improving them.
 Talks given in 2018
 Topic: Link invariants and $\mathbb{Z}/2\mathbb{Z}$orbifolds  Or:
What makes types $\mathrm{ABCD}$ special?, Talk at
a conference in Riederalp (January 2018). Slides
 Talks given in 2017
 Topic: Categorical representations of dihedral groups  Or:
$\mathbb{Z}_{\geq 0}$valued matrices, my love, Talk at
the Universidade do Algarve (September 2017). Slides
 Topic: Webs and $\mathrm{q}$Howe dualities in types $\mathbf{BCD}$  Or:
“Howe” not to define link invariants, Talk at
University of Cambridge (June 2017). Slides
 Topic: $2$representation theory of Coxeter groups: a biased survey 
Or: The next generation of representation
theory of Coxeter groups!?, Talk at
Universität Zürich (April 2017). Slides
 Topic: Webs and $\mathrm{q}$Howe dualities in types $\mathbf{BCD}$  Or:
A story about “howe” I failed, Talk at
Uppsala universitet (April 2017). Slides
 Topic: $2$representation theory of Coxeter groups: some first steps 
Or: The next generation of representation theory of Coxeter groups!?, Talk at
Columbia University (February 2017). Slides
 Talks given in 2016
 Topic: Some first steps towards $2$representation theory
of Coxeter groups  Or: The next generation of representation
theory of Coxeter groups!?, Talk at the Université
catholique de Louvain (October 2016). Slides
 Topic: Some first steps towards $2$representation
theory of Coxeter groups  Or: The next generation of representation theory of
Coxeter groups!?, Talk at the Université de Montpellier (October 2016).
Slides
 Talks given in 2015
 Topic: (Singular) TQFTs, link
homologies and Lie theory
 Or: Fun with singular surfaces, Talk at
the School of Mathematics of the University of
Edinburgh (November 2015). Slides
 Topic: (Singular) TQFTs,
link homologies and Lie theory
 Or: A story of foams and , Talk at
the School of Mathematics of the University of
Edinburgh (November 2015). Slides
 Topic: Web calculi in representation theory
 Or: The diagrammatic presentation machine, Talk at
Mathematisch Instituut of the Universiteit Leiden (October 2015). Slides
 Topic: Cellular structures
using tilting modules
 Or: Centralizer algebras are fun!, Talk at the 2015 annual meeting
of the Deutschen MathematikerVereinigung (DMV),
Hamburg (September 2015). Slides
 Topic: Web calculi in representation theory
 Or: The diagrammatic presentation machine, Talk at
MaxPlanckInstitut for mathematics (MPIM) of
the Universität Bonn (August 2015). Slides
 Topic: Cellular structures
using tilting modules
 Or: Centralizer algebras are fun!, Talk at the Mathematisches
Institut of the Universität Freiburg (July 2015). Slides
 Topic: From dualities to diagrams
 Or: The diagrammatic presentation machine, Talk at the Institut
de Mathématiques de Jussieu (IMJ) in Paris (June 2015). Slides
 Topic: diagram
categories via super Howe duality
 Or: The diagrammatic presentation machine, Talk at the Mathematics Department
of the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Porto (June 2015). Slides
 Topic: From dualities to diagrams
 Or: The diagrammatic presentation machine, Talk at
the Erwin Schrödinger Institute (ESI) in Vienna (May 2015). Slides
 Topic: Cellular structures
using tilting modules
 Or: Centralizer algebras are fun!, Talk at the Mathematisches Institut
of the Universität Bonn (April 2015). Slides
 Topic: diagram
categories via Howe duality  Or: From dualities to diagrams,
Talk at the Hausdorff Research Institute for Mathematics
(HIM) in Bonn (March 2015). Slides
 Topic: diagram
categories via Howe duality  Or: “Howe” to make
diagrammatic categories work!, Talk at the University of Sydney (February 2015). Slides
 Topic: diagram
categories via Howe duality  Or: “Howe” to make diagrammatic
categories work!, Talk at the Université
catholique de Louvain (February 2015). Slides
 Talks given in 2014
 Topic: Diagram categories for tilting
modules at roots of unity
 Or: Fun with diagrams!, Talk at the QGM Nielsen Retreat 2014,
Sandbjerg Estate (October 2014). Slides
 Topic: Categorification in topology
 Or: Fun with highest weight modules!,
Minitalk at the MFO, Oberwolfach (September 2014). Slides
 Topic: highest
weight theory governs link homology,
Talk at the Université catholique de Louvain (May 2014). Slides
 Topic: link
homologies using highest weight
theory  the is not a typo!, Talk in
Aarhus at the QGM (April 2014). Slides
 Topic: Categorification: An introduction to
link homologies, Talk at the
Kerala School of Mathematics (KSOM), Kerala (March 2014). Slides
 Topic: link
homologies using highest
weight theory, Summary of my research in the first quarter 2014 at the
Kerala School of Mathematics (KSOM), Kerala (March 2014). Slides
 Topic: The diagrammatic beauty of
 Part II,
Talk at the TATA Institute (TIFR), Mumbai (March 2014). Slides
 Topic: The diagrammatic beauty of

Part I, Talk at the TATA Institute (TIFR), Mumbai (March 2014).
Slides
 Talks given before 2014
 Topic: web bases,
categorification and link invariants, Talk
in Aarhus (November 2013). Slides
 Topic: web bases,
intermediate crystal bases and categorification, Talk
in Bonn (October 2013). Slides
 Topic: Web bases and categorification,
Talk in Aarhus at the QGM (October 2013). Slides
 Topic: Categorification and
applications in topology and representation theory,
Talk in Göttingen (July 2013). Slides
 Topic: Categorification and (virtual) knots,
Talk in San Francisco (February 2013). Slides
 Topic: The sl_{3} web algebra,
Talk in Goslar (October 2012). Slides

NEWS

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got accepted.

The arXiv version of this paper
was updated.

My paper
got accepted.

The arXiv version of this paper
was updated.
"There are two ways to do mathematics.
The first is to be smarter than everybody else.
The second way is to be stupider than everybody else  but persistent." 
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