Publications

12. An interpolation between Jones and Alexander polynomials constructed from a graded intersection of two Lagrangians in a configuration space, math.GT arXiv:2205.07842 , 25 pages, (2022).

11. Uq(sl(2)) -quantum invariants from an intersection of two Lagrangians in a symmetric power of a surface, math.GT arXiv:2111.01125 , 22 pages, (2021).

10. Witten-Reshetikhin-Turaev invariants for 3-manifolds from Lagrangian intersections in configuration spaces, math.GT arXiv:2104.02049 , 24 pages, (2021). Submitted

9. Lawrence-Bigelow representations, bases and duality, (joint with Martin Palmer ),math.GT arXiv:2010.13759 , 25 pages, (2020).

8. Renormalized Witten-Reshetikhin-Turaev invariants and m-traces associated to the special linear Lie superalgebra,
(joint with Nathan Geer and Bertrand Patureau-Mirand)
,math.GT arXiv:2010.13759 , 38 pages, (2020). Journal of Algebra Volume 586, (2021), Pages 479-525

7. U_q(sl(2))-quantum invariants unified via intersections of embedded Lagrangians, math.GT arXiv:2010.05890 , 24 pages, (2020). Submitted

6. ADO invariants directly from partial traces of homological representations, math.GT arXiv:2007.15616 , 16 pages, (2020). Submitted

5. Coloured Jones and Alexander polynomials as topological intersections of cycles in configuration spaces, math.GT arXiv:2002.09390, 47 pages, (2020). Submitted

4. A topological model for the coloured Alexander invariants, math.GT arXiv:1906.04056, 41 pages, (2019). Submitted

3. A topological model for the coloured Jones polynomials, math.GT arXiv:1712.04873v2, 50 pages, (2019). Selecta Mathematica, New Series 28, 63 (2022)

2. A combinatorial description of the centralizer algebras connected to the Links-Gould Invariant, arXiv:1712.04878, 29 pages, (2017). Algebraic & Geometric Topology 21 (2021) 1553-1593

1. Modified Turaev-Viro Invariants from quantum sl(2|1), (joint with Nathan Geer), math.GT arXiv:1705.03859, 47 pages, (2017). Journal of Knot Theory and Its Ramifications 29 4 (2020) 2050018


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