Asilata Bapat


Work in progress

The sphere of spherical objects (with Anand Deopurkar, Anthony Licata)
In progress.
Talks: LAGOON 2022 (slides), AustMS 2021 (slides)


Morse-based fibering of the persistence rank invariant (with Robyn Brooks, Claudia Landi, Celia Hacker, Barbara Mahler)
Research in Computational Topology 2 (2022), pp. 27–62

(arXiv, journal)

\(q\)-deformed rational numbers and the 2-Calabi–Yau category of type \(A_{2}\) (with Louis Becker, Anthony Licata)
Talks: Paris 2022 (slides), ICERM 2022 (slides), DiTS 2021 (slides, video)

(pdf, arXiv)

A Thurston compactification of the space of stability conditions (with Anand Deopurkar, Anthony Licata)
Talks: DiTS 2021 (slides, video), AMS special session 2021 (slides), RepNet 2021 (video), UGA 2020 (slides), Mooloolaba 2020 (slides)

(pdf, arXiv)

Spherical objects and stability conditions on 2-Calabi–Yau quiver categories (with Anand Deopurkar, Anthony Licata)
Talks: GPRT seminar 2022 (notes)

(pdf, arXiv)

Recollement for perverse sheaves on real hyperplane arrangements
Journal of Algebra, 568 (2021), pp. 61–90
Talks: Melbourne 2018 (notes)

(pdf, arXiv, journal)

The strong topological monodromy conjecture for Coxeter hyperplane arrangements (with Robin Walters)
Mathematical Research Letters 24 (2017), no. 4, 947–954
Talks: JMM 2017 (slides)

(pdf, journal)

Torus actions and tensor products of intersection cohomology
Pacific Journal of Mathematics 276 (2015), pp. 19–34
Talks: AMS special session 2017 (slides)

(pdf, arXiv, journal)

Lower central series of free algebras in symmetric tensor categories (with David Jordan)
Journal of Algebra, 373 (2013), pp. 299–311

(pdf, arXiv, journal)

Not for publication

Equivariant cohomology and the localization theorem
Topic proposal (expository).


The Bernstein-Sato \(b\)-function of the Vandermonde determinant (with Robin Walters)
Preprint (not for publication).



Categorical braid group actions (with Anand Deopurkar)
This sage code computes the braid group action on the triangulated category of complexes of projective modules over the zig-zag algebra of a quiver.