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Roman Travkin

Roman Travkin received his PhD from the Massachusetts Insitute of Technology in 2012. His thesis proved the "generic part" of the quantum geometric Langlands duality for the group GL(n) over a base field of positive characteristic, showing that in this context it is a twisted version of the Fourier-Mukai transform.  Roman was appointed as a Clay Research Scholar for a term of three years beginning July 2012.