Max Glick


Office: MA 118

About

I am a lecturer in the mathematics department at Ohio State University. I was a postdoc at University of Connecticut last year, an NSF postdoc at University of Minnesota from 2013 to 2016 and a postdoc during the 2012-2013 year at MSRI and UC Berkeley. I completed my PhD in 2012 at University of Michigan under the supervision of Sergey Fomin.

Teaching

In Fall 2017 I am teaching Math 2173: Engineering Mathematics B.

Research

My interests lie in the field of algebraic combinatorics, and more specifically, cluster algebras. I would like to better understand how cluster algebras relate to projective geometry and discrete integrable systems.

Papers

  • The limit point of the pentagram map, arXiv:1707.02320
  • The Berenstein-Kirillov group and cactus groups, joint with M. Chmutov and P. Pylyavskyy, arXiv:1609.02046
  • Discrete solitons in infinite reduced words, joint with P. Pylyavskyy, arXiv:1606.01213.
  • Y-meshes and generalized pentagram maps, joint with P. Pylyavskyy, Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, 112 (2016), 753-797.
  • The Devron property, Journal of Geometry and Physics 87 (2015), 161-189.
  • On singularity confinement for the pentagram map, Journal of Algebraic Combinatorics 38 (2013), 597-635.
  • The pentagram map and Y-patterns, Advances in Mathematics 227 (2011), 1019-1045.
  • Other activities

    I play bridge in my free time. An article about my team back in Michigan was written here (thanks to Jin for supplying the file).