At GAeL, Leuven, Belgium, 2015. Photo credit: Dennis Presotto.
My research interests are in algebraic geometry and representation theory. In particular, I study the Bernstein-Sato b-function, a singularity invariant related to holonomic D-modules. I also study connections to other invariants such as zeta functions and local monodromy. My CV can be found here. I was a student of Victor Ginzburg at the University of Chicago until I graduated in 2015. |
Recent Publications |
Bapat, A., Walters, R. (2015). The Strong Topological Monodromy Conjecture for Coxeter Hyperplane Arrangements. Mathematical Research Letters, to appear. |
Bapat, A., Walters, R. (2015). The Bernstein-Sato b-Function of the Vandermonde determinant. arXiv preprint arXiv:1503.01055 . |
Walters, R. (2015). The Bernstein-Sato b-Function of the space of cyclic pairs. Publications of the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences 51, (2): 273-288. |
Colin, C., Jacob,A., Quinn, C., Walters, R. (2008) The isoperimetric problem on planes with density. Bulletin of the Australian Mathematical Society 78 (2): 177-197. |
Seminars |
Geometry, Physics, and Representation Theory. At Northeastern. Fall, 2017. Spring, 2017. |
Pick My Brain. At Northeastern. Fall, 2017. |
Seminar on Hodge Modules. At Northeastern and MIT, Fall, 2016. |
Putnam Exam Prep, Fall, 2018. |
Teaching Resources. |
Talks |
Two Constructions of Yangians . From the Workshop of Yangians and Quantum Loop Algebras, Austin, May 2014. |
The Derived Category of Constuctible Sheaves with Iordan Ganev. From the Summer School on Quiver Hecke Algebras, Corsica, June 2014. |
Links |
My information on the math department page and the announcement of my starting at Northeastern. |
Wayne C. Booth Prize: Robin Walters, PhD student in mathematics. By Steve Koppes. |
Robin Walters find mathematics more fun than a hit movie. By Steve Koppes. |
The Calogero-Moser Quiver.