nLab Kaya Arro

Selected writings

Iā€™m a visiting assistant professor at UC Riverside. Before that, I was a graduate student at Brown University under Tom Goodwillie. Before that, I was an undergraduate at Amherst College, where I studied under Michael Ching. Here is my webpage.

My research interest is higher category theory, and more specifically functor calculi, and more specifically functor calculi in the mold of Michael Weissā€˜ orthogonal calculus.

I can be reached at kaya (dot) arro (at) ucr (dot) edu.

Selected writings

On FI-representations and their representation stability in the generality of āˆž \infty -representations in stable āˆž \infty -categories and their analysis via a functor calculus analogous to orthogonal calculus:

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