Emily Norton
At the end of March 2018, I finish my post at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in Bonn, Germany.
During the year April 2018March 2019, you can find me at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Bonn working as a wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin.
I will return to the MPIM AprilJuly 2019.
I completed my PhD at the University of Chicago as a student of Victor Ginzburg in August, 2012.
enorton[a]mpimbonn[dot]mpg[dot]de
Papers
 Characteristicfree bases and BGG resolutions of unitary simple modules for quiver Hecke and Cherednik algebras (with C. Bowman and J. Simental),
arXiv (2018)
 The affine VW supercategory (with M. Balagovic, Z. Daugherty, I. EntovaAizenbud, I. Halacheva, J. Hennig, M. S. Im, G. Letzter, V. Serganova and C. Stroppel), accepted in Mathematische Zeitschrift (2018).
arXiv
 The sl_{∞}crystal combinatorics of higher level Fock spaces (with T. Gerber), accepted in
Journal of Combinatorial Algebra (2017).
Final version
 Translation functors and decomposition numbers for the periplectic Lie superalgebra p(n) (with M. Balagovic, Z. Daugherty, I. EntovaAizenbud, I. Halacheva, J. Hennig, M. S. Im, G. Letzter, V. Serganova and C. Stroppel), accepted in
Mathematical Research Letters
(2017).
arXiv
 Character formulas and BernsteinGelfandGelfand resolutions for Cherednik algebra modules (with S. Griffeth)
Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society
113
(2016) 868906.
Final version
 The finitedimensional representations of the rational Cherednik algebra of
E_{8}
when c=1/3
(2016).
arXiv

Irreducible representations of rational Cherednik algebras for exceptional Coxeter groups, part II: some decomposition matrices of
H_{c}(E_{8})
and
H_{c}(F_{4})
(2016).
arXiv

Irreducible representations of rational Cherednik algebras for exceptional Coxeter groups, Part I (2014).
arXiv

Symplectic Reflection Algebras in Positive Characteristic as Ore Extensions (2013).
arXiv
Teaching
Information about the representation theory seminar for undergraduates at University of Bonn is here.