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Dr. Chanyoung Shader|UW Mathematics

Dr. Chanyoung Shader

Dr. Chanyoung Shader, University of Wyoming Mathematics facultyAssociate Professor of Mathematics

Research interests: Representation Theory of Lie (super) Algebras and their Quantized Algebras. The current research focuses on Construction of Representations and Analyzing their Structures by Means of Characters

Contact Information

Ross Hall 323
Department of Mathematics
University of Wyoming


Ph.D., University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1991

About Dr. Shader

Dr. Chanyoung Shader's research focuses on representation theory of Lie algebras, Lie superalgebras, and quantized alegbras. Her research interests include construction of representations and formulation of characters using combinatorial methods. 

Representative Publications

C. Lee Shader and D. Moon, Mixed tensor representations of Uq(gl(m; n)) and the centralizer algebras, Communications in Algebra, 35, No. 3, 781-806, 2007.

C. Lee Shader, Representations for Lie superalgebras of type C, Journal of Algebra, Vol 255, 405-421, 2002.

G. Benkart, C. Lee Shader and A. Ram, Tensor product representations for orthosymplectic Lie superalgebras, Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, Vol. 130, No. 1, 1-48, 1998.

C. Lee, Construction of modules for Lie superalgebras of type C, Journal of Algebra, Vol. 176, No. 3, 249-264, 1995.

G. Benkart, M. Chakrabarti, T. Halverson, R. Leduc, C. Lee and J. Stroomer, Tensor product representations of general linear groups and their connections with Brauer algebras, Journal of Algebra, Vol. 166, No. 5, 529-567, 1994.


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