Research papers

    I try to publish with journals supporting open access, are cheap or free, are part of a mathematical society (e.g. AMS, EMS, LMS) etc. See below how “successful” I am!
     
    Publication list: available here.
     
  1. Papers from 2017
    • Michael Ehrig and Daniel Tubbenhauer, Relative cellular algebras, preprint from 2017.
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    • Michael Ehrig, Daniel Tubbenhauer and Paul Wedrich, Functoriality of colored link homologies, preprint from 2017.
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    • Antonio Sartori and Daniel Tubbenhauer, Webs and $q$-Howe dualities in types $\mathbf{B}\mathbf{C}\mathbf{D}$, preprint from 2017.
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  3. Papers from 2016
    • Marco Mackaay, Volodymyr Mazorchuk, Vanessa Miemietz and Daniel Tubbenhauer, Simple transitive $2$-representations via (co)algebra $1$-morphisms, to appear in Indiana Univ. Math. J., preprint from 2016.
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    • Michael Ehrig, Daniel Tubbenhauer and Arik Wilbert, Singular TQFTs, foams and type $\mathrm{D}$ arc algebras, preprint from 2016.
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    • Marco Mackaay and Daniel Tubbenhauer, Two-color Soergel calculus and simple transitive $2$-representations, to appear in Canad. J. Math., preprint from 2016.
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    • Michael Ehrig, Catharina Stroppel and Daniel Tubbenhauer, Generic -foams, web and arc algebras, preprint from 2016.
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  5. Papers from 2015
    • Michael Ehrig, Catharina Stroppel and Daniel Tubbenhauer, The Blanchet-Khovanov algebras, Categorification and Higher Representation Theory, 183-226, Contemp. Math., 683, Amer. Math. Soc., Providence, RI, 2017, preprint from 2015.
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    • Henning Haahr Andersen, Catharina Stroppel and Daniel Tubbenhauer, Semisimplicity of Hecke and (walled) Brauer algebras, J. Aust. Math. Soc. 103 (2017), no. 1, 1-44, preprint from 2015.
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    • Daniel Tubbenhauer, Pedro Vaz and Paul Wedrich, Super -Howe duality and web categories, Algebr. Geom. Topol. 17-6 (2017), 3703-3749, preprint from 2015.
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    • Henning Haahr Andersen, Catharina Stroppel and Daniel Tubbenhauer, Cellular structures using -tilting modules, Pacific J. Math. 292-1 (2018), 21-59, preprint from 2015.
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    • David Rose and Daniel Tubbenhauer, Symmetric webs, Jones-Wenzl recursions and -Howe duality, Int. Math. Res. Not. (IMRN), 2016-17 (2016), 5249-5290, preprint from 2015.
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  7. Papers from 2014
    • Henning Haahr Andersen and Daniel Tubbenhauer, Diagram categories for -tilting modules at roots of unity, Transform. Groups 22 (2017), no. 1, 29-89, preprint from 2014.
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    • Daniel Tubbenhauer, -webs, categorification and Khovanov-Rozansky homologies, preprint from 2014.
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  9. Papers before 2014
    • Daniel Tubbenhauer, -web bases, intermediate crystal bases and categorification, J. Algebraic Combin. 40-4 (2014), 1001-1076, preprint from 2013.
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    • Marco Mackaay, Weiwei Pan and Daniel Tubbenhauer, The web algebra, Math. Z. 277-1-2 (2014), 401-479, preprint from 2012.
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    • Daniel Tubbenhauer, Virtual Khovanov homology using cobordisms, J. Knot Theory Ramifications 23-9 (2014), 91 pages, preprint from 2011.
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  11. Other publications
    • Daniel Tubbenhauer, Categorification and applications in topology and representation theory, Ph.D thesis, published, preprint from 2013.
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    • Daniel Tubbenhauer, Khovanov homology for virtual tangles and applications, merged with Virtual Khovanov homology using cobordisms, J. Knot Theory Ramifications 23-9 (2014), 91 pages, preprint from 2012.
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  13. Additional material for the papers above
    • Henning Haahr Andersen, Catharina Stroppel and Daniel Tubbenhauer, Additional notes for the paper “Cellular structures using -tilting modules”.
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    • A MATHEMATICA based program for calculations of the virtual Khovanov complex that I have defined in the paper above.
      Computer talk: MATHEMATICA file and Notebook and Some calculations
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  15. List of my coauthors; who had all the ideas and who have done all the work


NEWS
  1. I am still a fool.
  2. My paper got accepted.
  3. The arXiv version of this paper was updated.
  4. My paper got accepted.
  5. 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." - based on a quotation from Raoul Bott.


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