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Below is an incomplete list of female mathematicians whose research lies in / overlaps with algebraic combinatorics. Feel free to use your browser’s search options to locate individuals by name or by research interests.

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Sami H. Assaf | University of Southern California | combinatorics, representation theory, algebraic geometry |

Hélène Barcelo | Mathematical Sciences Research Institute | algebraic and topologic combinatorics especially in connections with discrete homotopy and homology groups and subspace arrangements |

Julie Beier | Earlham College | representation theory; quantum groups; algebraic combinatorics; CW complexes |

Georgia Benkart | University of Wisconsin-Madison | Lie algebras, quantum groups, representation theory, combinatorics, noncommutative algebra |

Sara Billey | University of Washington | Schubert polynomials, Schubert varieties, flag manifolds, Kazhdan-Lusztig polynomials, Stanley symmetric functions, Bruhat order, Weyl group and root systems of all types |

Sarah Bockting-Conrad | DePaul University | tridiagonal pairs, quantum groups, Lie algebras, representation theory, algebraic combinatorics, noncommutative algebra |

Laura Escobar | University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign | interactions between algebraic geometry and combinatorics: Schubert and Bott-Samelson varieties, toric varieties, moment polytopes |

Emily Gunawan | Gustavus Adolphus College | cluster algebras, frieze patterns, crystals, algebraic combinatorics, representation theory |

Angela Hicks | Stanford University | Macdonald polynomials, parking functions, symmetric and quasisymmetric functions |

Gizem Karaali | Pomona College | representation theory, quantum algebra, (combinatorial or quasitriangular) Hopf algebras, supercharacters |

Elizabeth Milićević | Haverford College | Grassmannians, flag varieties, quantum cohomology, affine Weyl groups, Hecke algebras |

Elizabeth Niese | Marshall University | symmetric and quasisymmetric functions, Macdonald polynomials, parking functions |

Rosa Orellana | Dartmouth College | algebraic combinatorics, representation theory, centralizer (diagram) algebras, combinatorial algebras and the Kronecker problem |

Viviane Pons | Paris-Sud University | binary trees, Tamari lattice, weak order, Hopf algebras |

Anne Schilling | University of California Davis | representation theory, algebraic combinatorics, crystals, probability, mathematical physics |

Lisa Schneider | Susquehanna University | representation theory, Lie algebras, algebraic combinatorics, Demazure flags |

Julianna Tymoczko | Smith College / UMass–Amherst | algebraic combinatorics, algebraic geometry, representation theory, and combinations thereof |

Monica Vazirani | University of California Davis | representation theory, combinatorics, crystals, parking functions, Hecke, Cherednik, & KLR algebras |

Steph van Willigenburg | University of British Columbia | Coxeter groups, combinatorial representation theory, posets, quasisymmetric functions, symmetric functions |

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