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Discovery Projects - Grant ID: DP140103239

Title
Discovery Projects - Grant ID: DP140103239
Funding
ARC | Discovery Projects
Contract (GA) number
DP140103239
Start Date
2014/01/01
End Date
2016/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP140103239

 

  • The G-centre and gradable derived equivalences

    Coulembier, Kevin; Mazorchuk, Volodymyr (2017)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Projects - Grant ID: DP140103239 (DP140103239)
    We propose a generalisation for the notion of the centre of an algebra in the setup of algebras graded by an arbitrary abelian group G. Our generalisation, which we call the G-centre, is designed to control the endomorphism category of the grading shift functors. We show that the G-centre is preserved by gradable derived equivalences given by tilting modules. We also discuss links with existing notions in superalgebra theory and apply our results to derived equivalences of superalgebras.

    The periplectic Brauer algebra

    We study the periplectic Brauer algebra introduced by Moon in the study of invariant theory for periplectic Lie superalgebras. We determine when the algebra is quasi-hereditary and, for fields of characteristic zero, describe the block decomposition. To achieve this, we also develop theories of Jucys-Murphy elements, Bratteli diagrams, Murphy bases, determine when there exist quasi-hereditary 1-covers, obtain a BGG reciprocity relation and determine some decomposition multiplicities of cell m...

    Polynomial realisations of Lie (super)algebras and Bessel operators

    Barbier, Sigiswald; Coulembier, Kevin (2015)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Projects - Grant ID: DP140103239 (DP140103239)
    We study realisations of Lie (super)algebras in Weyl (super)algebras and connections with minimal representations. The main result is the construction of small realisations of Lie superalgebras, which we apply for two distinct purposes. Firstly it naturally introduces, and generalises, the Bessel operators for Jordan algebras in the study of minimal representations of simple Lie groups. These have already been applied very successfully by several authors, however an easy direct explanation fo...

    Quantum correspondences of affine Lie superalgebras

    There is a surprising isomorphism between the quantised universal enveloping algebras of osp(1|2n) and so(2n+1). This same isomorphism emerged in recent work of Mikhaylov and Witten in the context of string theory as a T-duality composed with an S-duality. We construct similar Hopf superalgebra isomorphisms for families of pairs of quantum affine superalgebras. An immediate consequence is that the representation categories of the quantum affine superalgebras in each pair are equivalent as str...

    The Joseph ideal for $\mathfrak{sl}(m|n)$

    Barbier, Sigiswald; Coulembier, Kevin (2016)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Projects - Grant ID: DP140103239 (DP140103239)
    Using deformation theory, Braverman and Joseph obtained an alternative characterisation of the Joseph ideal for simple Lie algebras, which included even type A. In this note we extend that characterisation to define a remarkable quadratic ideal for sl(m|n). When m-n>2 we prove the ideal is primitive and can also be characterised similarly to the construction of the Joseph ideal by Garfinkle.

    The primitive spectrum of a basic classical lie superalgebra

    We prove Conjecture 5.7 in Coulembier and Musson (Math. J., arXiv: 1409.2532), describing all inclusions between primitive ideals for the general linear superalgebra in terms of the Ext(1)-quiver of simple highest weight modules. For arbitrary basic classical Lie superalgebras, we formulate two types of Kazhdan-Lusztig quasi-orders on the dual of the Cartan subalgebra, where one corresponds to the above conjecture. Both orders can be seen as generalisations of the left Kazhdan-Lusztig order o...

    Borelic pairs for stratified algebras

    Coulembier, Kevin; Zhang, Ruibin (2016)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Projects - Grant ID: DP140103239 (DP140103239)
    We determine all values of the parameters for which the cell modules form a standard system, for a class of cellular diagram algebras including partition, Brauer, walled Brauer, Temperley-Lieb and Jones algebras. For this, we develop and apply a general theory of algebras with Borelic pairs. The theory is also applied to give new uniform proofs of the cellular and quasi-hereditary properties of the diagram algebras and to construct quasi-hereditary 1-covers, in the sense of Rouquier, with exa...

    Drinfeld realisations and vertex operator representations of quantum affine superalgebras

    Drinfeld realisations are constructed for the quantum affine superalgebras of the series ${\rm\mathfrak{osp}}(1|2n)^{(1)}$,${\rm\mathfrak{sl}}(1|2n)^{(2)}$ and ${\rm\mathfrak{osp}}(2|2n)^{(2)}$. By using the realisations, we develop vertex operator representations and classify the finite dimensional irreducible representations for these quantum affine superalgebras.

    On structure and TKK algebras for Jordan superalgebras

    Barbier, Sigiswald; Coulembier, Kevin (2018)
    Projects: ARC | Discovery Projects - Grant ID: DP140103239 (DP140103239)
    We compare a number of different definitions of structure algebras and TKK constructions for Jordan (super)algebras appearing in the literature. We demonstrate that, for unital superalgebras, all the definitions of the structure algebra and the TKK constructions fall apart into two cases. Moreover, one can be obtained as the Lie superalgebra of superderivations of the other. We also show that, for non-unital superalgebras, more definitions become non-equivalent. As an application, we obtain t...

    Drinfeld realisations of quantum affine superalgebras

    We construct Drinfeld realisations for the quantum affine superalgebras associated with the osp(1|2n)^{(1)}, Sl(1|2n)^{(2)} and osp(2|2n)^{(2)} series of affine Lie superalgebras.
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