Roberto Hernández Palomares
PhD student of mathematics at The Ohio State University
Office: 200 Math Tower
email: hernandezpalomares (dot) 1 (at) osu (dot) edu

About me:
I am on the postdoc job market 20202021.
I am working on my doctoral dissertation under the supervision of Prof. David Penneys.
I received my masters degree from OSU on 2018.


I study quantum symmetries via unitary tensor categories, C*algebras, and subfactors, in the disciplines of operator algebras, category theory, and quantum algebra.
Quantum symmetries is an interdisciplinary branch of mathematical physics that intersects fields such as noncommutative geometry, quantum groups and topology,
with applications in conformal and topological quantum field theory, quantum information, and theoretical condensed matter physics.



Publications and preprints:
Conferences and talks (Future and Past):
 2021

Joint Mathematics Meeting 2021: Advances in Operator Algebras: Representations of unitary categories on C*algebras (Jan 7th)

Joint Mathematics Meeting 2021: Hopf Algebrasand Tensor Categories: Classification of module categories for generalized TLJ *2categories (Jan 6th)
 2020

Texas A&M, Brazos Analysis Seminar: Realizing unitary tensor categories as bimodules over GJS C*algebras and Hilbertification (Nov 7th) Abstract

Indiana University Bloomington, Algebra Seminar: Classifying unitary modules for generalized TLJ *2categories (To be confirmed Nov 2020)

Vanderbilt University, Subfactor Seminar: Representations of RC*TC over GJS C*algebras Abstract

OSU NCGOA seminar: Constructing the JiangSu algebra

OSUOx:Realizations of RC*TC over GJS C*algebras and Hilbertification Slides

OSU Hayes Graduate Forum: Quantum symmetries of quantum spaces. Poster
 2019
 2018

OSU: NCGOA Seminar. Geometric measure of Arens Irregularity Abstract

OSU: NCGOA Seminar. There exists a unique separable hyperfinite II1 factor Abstract
 2017

OSU: Quantum Algebra & Quantum Topology Seminar. Jones’ Index Rigidity Theorem Abstract

OSU: Quantum Algebra & Quantum Topology Seminar. Jones’ Index Rigidity Theorem pt. II Abstract
 2014