Emily Norton

Currently I am a researcher at Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in Bonn, Germany for the period April-July 2019. This completes a postdoc of two years' duration at the MPIM which I began in August 2016. In between, I worked at the University of Bonn from April 2018-March 2019.

I completed my PhD at the University of Chicago as a student of Victor Ginzburg in August, 2012. My area of research is representation theory.

You can reach me at: enorton[at]mpim-bonn[dot]mpg[dot]de

Papers

University of Bonn teaching

I was employed as a postdoc at the University of Bonn for one year in between the beginning and end of my MPIM postdoc, and performed the following teaching duties:

Niklas Mertens wrote a bachelor thesis entitled Derivierte Aequivalenzen von Brauerbaumalgebren under my supervision at the University of Bonn, Winter Semester 2018/19.

The exercises for Professor Stroppel's course Algebra II, Winter Semester 2018/19 at the University of Bonn.

I led a representation theory seminar for undergraduates at the University of Bonn, Summer Semester 2018. The topic was representations of quivers.