[QSMS Monthly Seminar 2023-10-13] Quantum Grothendieck rings of Hernandez-Leclerc categories / Regular Schur labeled skew shape posets and their 0-Hecke modules

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일정시작 2023-10-13
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2023년 10월 QSMS  Monthly Seminar

 

  • Date:   Oct. 13th (Fri) 14:00 ~ 17:00
  • Place:  129-101 (SNU)
  • Contents:

 

Speaker:  박의용 (서울시립대)
Title:  Quantum Grothendieck rings of Hernandez-Leclerc categories

Abstract: Let $C_\ell$ be a Hernandez-Leclerc category of a quantum affine algebra, and let $\tilde{A}_q(\ell)$ be its quantum Grothendieck ring. The ring $\tilde{A}_q(\ell)$ has a cluster algebra structure. In particular, when it is of type A,  $\tilde{A}_q(\ell)$ can be understood as a deformation of the quotient ring of the coordinate ring of the Grassmannian. In this talk, I will talk about the structure of the ring $\tilde{A}_q(\ell)$ from the viewpoint of cluster algebras and explain recent progress on $\tilde{A}_q(\ell)$ including extended crystals and braid group actions.  

 

Speaker:  김영훈 (서울대)
Title:  Regular Schur labeled skew shape posets and their 0-Hecke modules
Abstract:  In 1972, Stanley proposed a conjecture that for a labeled finite poset $(P,\omega)$, the $(P,\omega)$-partition generating function is symmetric if and only if $(P,\omega)$ is isomorphic to a Schur labeled skew shape poset. If this conjecture holds, then for a weak Bruhat interval module $\mathsf{B}$ of the $0$-Hecke algebra, the quasisymmetric characteristic image of $\mathsf{B}$ is symmetric if and only if $\mathsf{B}$ is isomorphic to a $0$-Hecke module associated to a regular Schur labeled skew shape poset. In this talk, we investigate regular Schur labeled skew shape posets $P$ and their $0$-Hecke modules $\mathsf{M}_P$. First, we study the relationship between regular Schur labeled skew shape posets and left weak Bruhat intervals. Then, we give characterizations of regular Schur labeled skew shape posets. Using these characterizations, we provide a classification of $\mathsf{M}_P$'s up to module isomorphism and find a filtration of $\mathsf{M}_P$ which gives a $0$-Hecke module theoretic interpretation for the Littlewood-Richardson rule for Schur functions. This talk is based on joint work with So-Yeon Lee and Young-Tak Oh.