I am a fifth year graduate student in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Virginia. My advisor is Weiqiang Wang . My research interests are in representation theory and categorification. Specifically, I am studying the traces (or cocenters) and representations of Hecke-Clifford algebras in classical types (which are closely linked to the spin representation theory of classical Weyl groups) and of the twisted Heisenberg category. My recent work has focused on connections between these traces and symmetric functions.

Here is my CV.

Email: mar3nf (at) virginia (dot) edu

Office: 401 Kerchof Hall

*Trace of the twisted Heisenberg category*(with C. Oguz), 2017. To appear in Comm. in Math. Phys. arXiv 1702.08108.*Cocenters of the Hecke Clifford and spin Hecke algebras*, 2016. In Journal of Algebra (April 2017). arXiv 1605.05744-
*Gelfand Models for Diagram Algebras*(with T. Halverson), 2015. In Journal of Algebraic Combinatorics. arXiv 1302.6150

- AMS Special Session on Combinatorics and Representation Theory of Reflection Groups: Real and Complex, Fall 2017, Denton, TX.
*Trace of the twisted Heisenberg category.* - AMS Special Session on Representation Theory and Integrable Systems, Spring 2017, Bloomington, IN.
*Trace of the twisted Heisenberg category.* - University of Virginia Algebra Seminar, Spring 2017.
*Trace of the twisted Heisenberg category.*Link to slides. - University of Virginia Graduate Seminar, Fall 2016.
*An introduction to categorification.* - Southeastern Lie Theory Conference: Algebraic groups, Quantum groups,
and Geometry, Spring 2016, University of Virginia.
*Cocenter of the Hecke-Clifford algebra.* - University of Virginia Graduate Seminar, Spring 2016.
*Spin representations of the symmetric group.* - University of Virginia Algebra Seminar, Fall 2014.
*Gelfand Models for diagram algebras.*Link to slides.

- Southeastern Lie Theory Conference: Algebraic groups, Quantum groups, and Geometry, Spring 2016, University of Virginia.
- Southeastern Lie Theory Conference: Algebraic and Combinatorial Representation Theory, Fall 2015, North Carolina State University.
- Summer School and Workshop on Lie Theory, Summer 2015, East China Normal University.
- AMS Southeast Spring Sectional, Spring 2015, Georgetown University.