Organizing Committee
 Sara Billey
University of Washington  Daniel Bump
Stanford University  Cristian Lenart
University at Albany (SUNY)
Abstract
Schubert calculus is the modern approach to classical problems in enumerative algebraic geometry, specifically on flag varieties and their many generalizations. Crystals are combinatorial tools based on quantum groups which arise in the study of representations of Lie algebras. Whittaker functions are special functions on Lie groups or padic groups, for example GL(n,F) where F might be the real or complex numbers, or a padic field.
The area of intersection between these three topics is combinatorial representation theory. Common tools such as Demazure operators, the Bruhat partial order, and Macdonald polynomials appear in all three areas. Some connections between these three areas are quite new. This workshop will explore these connections.
Confirmed Speakers & Participants
 Speaker
 Poster Presenter
 Attendee

David Anderson
Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics (IMPA)

Julio Cesar Andrade
University of Oxford

Cristina Ballantine
College of the Holy Cross

Elizabeth Beazley
Haverford College

Georgia Benkart
University of Wisconsin

Chris Berg
University of Quebec

Anna Bertinger
University of Waterloo

Sara Billey
University of Washington

Bryan Bischof
Kansas State University

Pat Boland
University of Michigan

Alexander Braverman
Brown University

Carly Briggs
University at Albany (SUNY)

Reinier Bröker
Brown University

Ben Brubaker
University of Minnesota

Valentin Buciumas
Stanford University

Vyjayanthi Chari
University of California, Riverside

Reda Chhaibi
Universität Zürich

Gautam Chinta
City College, CUNY

Kwangho Choiy
Oklahoma State University

Voula Collins
Cornell University

Zajj Daugherty
City University of New York (CUNY)

Mario DeFranco
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Adrian Diaconu
University of Minnesota

Elizabeth Drellich
University of Massachusetts

Gabriel Feinberg
University of Connecticut

Solomon Friedberg
Boston College

Holley Friedlander
Williams College

Thomas Gerber
RWTH Aachen

Dorian Goldfeld
Columbia University

Darij Grinberg
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Jeremie Guilhot
Universite de Tours (Francois Rabelais)

Christopher Hanusa
Queens College, CUNY

Patricia Hersh
North Carolina State University

David Hill
University of Virginia

Jeffrey Hoffstein
Brown University

Jiuzu Hong
Yale University

Thomas Hulse
Brown University

Joseph Hundley
University at Buffalo (SUNY)

Anh Huynh
University of Washington

Bogdan Ion
University of Pittsburgh

Nicolas Jacon
Universite de Reims

Garrett Johnson
Catholic University of America

Brant Jones
James Madison University

Michael Joyce
Tulane University

Joel Kamnitzer
University of Toronto

Hyosang Kang
Korea Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS)

Cihan Karabulut
Rutgers University

Yeansu Kim
University of Iowa

Henry Kim
University of Toronto

Eren Kiral
Texas A&M University

Chan Ieong Kuan
University of Maine

Deniz Kus
Universität zu Köln

Thomas Lam
University of Michigan

Martina Lanini
FriedrichAlexanderUniversität ErlangenNürnberg

Cedric Lecouvey
Universite de Tours (Francois Rabelais)

Min Lee
University of Bristol

KyuHwan Lee
University of Connecticut

Cristian Lenart
University at Albany (SUNY)

Wenching Li
Pennsylvania State University

Nan Li
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Anthony Licata
Australian National University

LiMei Lim
Brown University

David LowryDuda
Brown University

Arthur Lubovsky
University at Albany (SUNY)

Xiaoguang Ma
University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Peter McNamara
Stanford University

Leonardo Mihalcea
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Alejandro Morales
University of California, Los Angeles

Jennifer Morse
Drexel University

Dinakar Muthiah
University of Toronto

Satoshi Naito
Tokyo Institute of Technology

Maki Nakasuji
Kitasato University

Vinoth Nandakumar
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Sergey Oblezin
Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics

Omer Offen
TechnionIsrael Institute of Technology

Soichi Okada
Nagoya University

Omar Ortiz
University of Melbourne

Tzechun Ou
University of Connecticut

Yoon Kyung Park
Korea Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS)

Manish Patnaik
University of Alberta

Oliver Pechenik
University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Nicolas Perrin
HeinrichHeineUniversität Düsseldorf

Anna Puskás
University of Alberta

Arun Ram
University of Melbourne

Kevin Ramer
University at Albany (SUNY)

Victor Reiner
University of Minnesota

Edward Richmond
Oklahoma State University

Daisuke Sagaki
University of Tsukuba

Siddhartha Sahi
Rutgers University

Yiannis Sakellaridis
Rutgers University

Ben Salisbury
Central Michigan University

Anne Schilling
UC Davis

Travis Scrimshaw
University of Minnesota

Dominic Searles
University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Anastasia Shabanskaya
Eastern Connecticut State University

Xin Shen
University of Toronto

Mark Shimozono
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Jessica Striker
University of Minnesota

Kaisa Taipale
Cornell University

Nicolas Thiéry
Universite de Paris XI (ParisSud)

Ruoguang (Roger) Tian
University of California, Davis

Miguel Tierz Parra
Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Peter Tingley
Loyola University

Wuttisak Trongsiriwat
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Bart Van Steirteghem
Medgar Evers College, CUNY

Monica Vazirani
University of California, Davis

Vidya Venkateswaran
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Christopher Vinroot
College of William and Mary

Aladin Virmaux
Universite de Paris XI (ParisSud)

Jun Wen
University of Massachusetts

Ian Whitehead
University of Minnesota

Siman Wong
Department of Mathematics & Statistics

Martha Yip
University of Pennsylvania

Alexander Yong
University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Meesue Yoo
University of Vienna

Hwanchul Yoo
Korea Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS)

Qiao Zhang
Texas Christian University
Workshop Schedule
Monday, March 4, 2013
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Thursday, March 7, 2013
Friday, March 8, 2013
Tutorial Week Schedule
Monday, February 25, 2013
Time  Event  Location  Materials 

10:15  11:15  Hunting for interesting WMDS via Dynkin diagram heuristics  Jeffrey Hoffstein, Brown University  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
11:30  12:30  Combinatorial Representation Theory: Alcovepath models and Macdonald polynomials  Arun Ram, University of Melbourne  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
1:00  2:20  Representations of affine KacMoody groups over local and global fields (ongoing semester course)  Alexander Braverman, Brown University  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
3:30  4:00  Coffee/Tea Break  11th Floor Collaborative Space 
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Time  Event  Location  Materials 

9:00  10:00  Professional Development Seminar: Ethics in research I  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
1:15  2:30  Postdoc & Grad Student Seminar I  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
2:30  3:30  Hecke algebras, KazhdanLusztig polynomials, and Soergel Bimodules  Anthony Licata, Australian National University  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
3:30  4:00  Coffee/Tea Break  11th Floor Collaborative Space 
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Time  Event  Location  Materials 

10:15  11:15  Schubert varieties and Schubert calculus  Sara Billey, University of Washington  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
11:30  12:30  Combinatorial Representation Theory: Alcovepath models and Macdonald polynomials Part 1  Cristian Lenart, University at Albany, SUNY  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
1:00  2:20  Representations of affine KacMoody groups over local and global fields (ongoing semester course)  Alexander Braverman, Brown University  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
3:30  4:00  Coffee/Tea Break  11th Floor Collaborative Space  
4:00  5:00  Postdoc & Grad Student Seminar II  10th Floor Classroom 
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Time  Event  Location  Materials 

3:30  4:00  Coffee/Tea Break  11th Floor Collaborative Space 
Friday, March 1, 2013
Time  Event  Location  Materials 

10:15  11:15  Schubert varieties and Schubert calculus  Arun Ram, University of Melbourne  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
11:30  12:30  Combinatorial Representation Theory: Alcovepath models and Macdonald polynomials Part 2  Cristian Lenart, University at Albany, SUNY  11th Floor Lecture Hall  
3:30  4:00  Coffee/Tea Break  11th Floor Collaborative Space  
4:00  5:00  Sage coding sprint and help desk 