I'm an algebraic combinatorialist with a specialization in Schubert calculus. I got my PhD in math in 2014. My dissertation (read it here) is about the product rule for Schubert calculus. Yes, that's worth a PhD!
I am also a coauthor of K-theory of minuscule varieties where a K-theoretic analog of Knuth equivalence (aptly named K-Knuth equivalence) is introduced. I had to prove that the "combinatorialist" belongs there, because my dissertation is just algebra!
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