Seth Baldwin

Department of Mathematics
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
CB #3250, 329 Phillips Hall
Chapel Hill, NC 27599

Office: 406 Phillips Hall

I am a 5th year Ph.D. student in the department of mathematics at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. I am studying algebraic geometry and geometric representation theory with Shrawan Kumar. I am on the job market this year. Here is my CV.

Prior to attending UNC I received a master's in mathematics from Temple University and before that spent two years at Rutgers University, graduating with a BA in mathematics. In a past life I studied jazz saxophone at the Eastman School of Music.

Research Papers:

  • Positivity in T-equivariant K-theory of flag varieties associated to Kac-Moody groups II (joint with Shrawan Kumar)
    Representation Theory 21, 35-60 (2017).
    [pdf] [ArXiv] [Journal]
  • An explicit determination of the K-theoretic structure constants of the affine Grassmannian associated to SL2.
    [pdf] [ArXiv]

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I am currently supported by the Dissertation Completion Fellowship, so I will not be teaching during the Fall 2017 or Spring 2018 semesters.

Previously, I have taught the following courses at UNC: In August of 2016 I ran the week-long bootcamp on linear algebra for incoming graduate students.