Inbar Klang's academic homepage
Hello! I am a Ritt Assistant Professor at the Columbia Department of Mathematics.
Contact: klang (at) math.columbia.edu. Office: 629 Mathematics. Pronouns: she/her/hers.
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Research
Research interests:
I work in algebraic topology, in particular homotopy theory. I currently enjoy thinking about:

(Topological) Hochschild homology and cohomology, factorization homology

Fixed point theory

Floer homotopy theory
Papers (submitted or published):

Equivariant nonabelian Poincare duality and equivariant factorization homology of Thom spectra, with Asaf Horev and Foling Zou, appendix by Jeremy Hahn and Dylan Wilson.

Computational tools for twisted topological Hochschild homology of equivariant spectra, with Katharine Adamyk, Teena Gerhardt, Kathryn Hess, and Hana Jia Kong.

The MayMilgram filtration and E_{k} cells, with Alexander Kupers and Jeremy Miller. Accepted to Algebraic & Geometric Topology.

Twisted CalabiYau ring spectra, string topology, and gauge symmetry, with Ralph Cohen. Tunisian Journal of Mathematics 2.1 (2019) 147196.

The factorization theory of Thom spectra and twisted nonabelian Poincaré duality. Algebraic & Geometric Topology 18 (2018) 25412592.
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