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Height extensions of the Temperley–Lieb category

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The Partition, Brauer and Temperley–Lieb categories and various associated diagram algebras are well-studied objects originating from different parts of mathematics and physics. Inspired by geometrical, representation-theoretic and physical reasons, we will look into an ‘interpolation’ of algebras and categories which lie between the Temperley–Lieb and Brauer. No prior knowledge of these objects required; but a non-disliking of partitions and pictures would be helpful. This is based on joint work with Zoltan Kadar and Paul Martin.

This talk is part of the Birmingham and Warwick Algebra Seminar series.

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