Szegö Assistant Professor
Andrew Hardt joined our department this academic year (2022-23), as his first position as Szegö Assistant Professor, after graduating. He is currently teaching Math 121, Galois Theory.
Andrew completed his PhD at the University of Minnesota in 2022. His primary research interest is in algebraic and combinatorial structures in representation theory, involving objects such as quantum groups, Hecke algebras, and Heisenberg algebras, along with applications to Schubert calculus, reductive p-adic groups, and (non)symmetric functions. His main tool is a type of integrable system called solvable lattice models, which have connections to statistical physics and integrable probability, among other areas.