Ben Salisbury

Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
Central Michigan University

Office: Pearce 206H
Phone: (989) 774-3086

Email: ben DOT salisbury AT cmich DOT edu

Curriculum Vitae    

CMU Algebra and Combinatorics Seminar



My research interests lie in combinatorial representation theory. More specifically, I study combinatorial crystal graphs and their applications.

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[11] Rigged configurations and the $*$-involution (with T. Scrimshaw), preprint.
[10] Rigged configurations for all symmetrizable types (with T. Scrimshaw), preprint.
[9] Combinatorial descriptions of the crystal structure on certain PBW bases (Extended abstract) (with A. Schultze and P. Tingley), to appear in DMTCS proc FPSAC'16.
[8] Counting Anosov graphs (with M. Mainkar and M. Plante), to appear in Ars Combin.
[7] A combinatorial description of the affine Gindikin-Karpelevich formula of type $A_n^{(1)}$ (with S.-J. Kang, K.-H. Lee, and H. Ryu), to appear in Proc. Sympos. Pure Math.
[6] Connecting marginally large tableaux and rigged configurations via crystals (with T. Scrimshaw), Algebr. Represent. Theory. 19 (2016), 523–546.
[5] A rigged configuration model for $B(\infty)$ (with T. Scrimshaw), J. Combin. Theory Ser. A. 133 (2015), 29–57.
[4] The flush statistic on semistandard Young tableaux, C. R. Math. Acad. Sci. Paris, Ser. I 352 (2014), 367–371.
[3] Combinatorics of the Casselman-Shalika formula in type A (with K.-H. Lee and P. Lombardo), Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 142 (2014), 2291–2301.
[2] Young tableaux, canonical bases, and the Gindikin-Karpelevich formula (with K.-H. Lee), J. Korean Math. Soc. 51 (2014), no. 2, 289–309.
[1] A combinatorial description of the Gindikin-Karpelevich formula in type A (with K.-H. Lee), J. Combin. Theory Ser. A. 119 (2012), 1081–1094.

Contributions to SageMath

One may find my contributions to the Sage(-Combinat) project under the username bsalisbury1 on the Sage Trac server.


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