Lisa Carbone



Associate Professor

 



RESEARCH

My research consists of the study of geometry and symmetry of groups and algebras and their applications.


Lattices, trees, buildings and group actions


Hyperbolic Kac-Moody groups and algebras


Symmetries in theoretical physics



Supported by National Science Foundation grant #DMS-1101282.



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MAILING ADDRESS

Department of Mathematics
Hill Center-Busch Campus
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
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Piscataway, NJ 08854-8019, USA
FAX NUMBER

732.445.5530

OFFICE

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CURRICULUM VITAE

PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCH PAPERS

GRADUATE COURSES AND LECTURE NOTES

CURRENT AND FORMER STUDENTS

PHOTO GALLERY

NON-MATHEMATICAL CV

CAREER PROFILE




CONFERENCES AND LECTURE NOTES

Lecture on Tensors, wedges and representations, IMR 2012

Hyperbolic Kac-Moody Weyl groups, lattices, trees and noncompact hyperbolic tessellations
Manhattan group theory day, CUNY Graduate center, 2009

Lectures on Tits buildings and F_1
A course of lectures given at the "Seventh Annual Spring Institute on Noncommutative Geometry
and Operator Algebras: Geometry over F_1, Noncommutative Geometry and Zeta" May 4-13, 2009,
Vanderbilt University

Conjecture on the structure of fundamental domains for nonuniform lattices in Kac-Moody groups,
Presented at the workshop "DIAMANT meets GQT", Lorentz Center, Leiden, Netherlands, October 2008.

Analysis and group actions on trees and buildings,
A special semester at Rutgers University, Spring 2006, organized by Lisa Carbone, Donald Cartwright and George Willis.

Groups and algebras in M-theory,
Organized by Lisa Carbone, Rutgers University, May 2005

Sphere packings, lattices and infinite dimensional algebra ,
Organized by Lisa Carbone, Noam Elkies and Jim Lepowsky, American Institute of Mathematics, Palo Alto, CA, August 2004
Open problems and discussion

On the Classification of Rank 1 Groups Over Non-archimedean Local Fields,
p-adic groups seminar, Harvard University



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New York Group Theory Seminar

New York Algebra Colloquium

Columbia Math Seminars

Princeton Math Seminars

Yale Math Seminars

Rutgers High Energy Physics Seminars

Princeton / IAS High Energy Physics Seminars




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Last Updated: August 2013