### Contact Information

Andrew Berget

Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics

Western Washington University

Email: firstname.lastname@wwu.edu

Office: Bond Hall 214

### Links to Papers

16. Equivariant K-theory classes of matrix orbit closures (with Alex Fink), 2019. (arXiv)15. Internal Zonotopal Algebras and the Monomial Reflection Groups.

*J. Combinatorial Theory, Series A*, 2018. (arxiv)

14. Matrix orbit closures (with Alex Fink).

*Beiträge zur Algebra und Geometrie*, 2018. (arxiv)

13. Equivariant Chow classes of matrix orbit closures (with Alex Fink). In

*Transformation Groups*, 2016. (arxiv)

12. Ideals generated by superstandard tableaux (with W. Bruns and A. Conca). Comm. Alg. and Noncomm. Alg. Geo., MSRI Pub. (67), 2015. (arXiv)

11. Extending the parking representation (with Brendon Rhoades).

*J. Combinatorial Theory, Series A*, 123 (1), (2014), 43-56. (arXiv)

10. Vanishing of doubly symmetrized tensors (with J.A. Dias da Silva and Amélia Fonseca).

*Elect. J. Combinatorics*, Vol 20 (2), P60, 9pp, 2013.

9. Critical groups of graphs with reflective symmetry.

*J. Algebraic Combinatorics*, 2013. (arXiv)

8. Cyclic sieving of finite Grassmannians and flag varieties (with Jia Huang),

*Discrete Mathematics*, Vol 312 (5), 2012. (arxiv)

7. Two results on the rank partition of a matroid.

*Portugal. Math. (N.S.)*, Vol. 68, Fasc. 4, 2011. (email and I will send a copy)

6. Equality of symmetrized tensors and the coordinate ring of the flag variety.

*Linear algebra and its applications*, 438(2):658-662, 2013.

5. Constructions for cyclic sieving phenomena (with Sen Peng Eu and Vic Reiner.

*SIAM J. Discrete Math.*25, pp. 1297-1314. (arxiv)

4. Tableaux in the Whitney module of a matroid

*Seminaire Lotharingien de Combinatoire*63 (2010), Article B63f.

3. The critical group of a line graph (with A. Manion, M. Maxwell, A. Potechin and V. Reiner.

*Annals of Combinatorics*(2012). arXiv.

2. Products of linear forms and Tutte polynomials

*European Journal of Combinatorics*Volume 31, Issue 7, (2010), pp. 1924-1935.

1. A short proof of Gamas's Theorem.

*Linear Algebra and Its Applications*430 (2009) pp. 791-793.

### Miscellany

Some of my favorite electronic music.Pictures from some climbing trips, mostly in the North Cascades of Washington.