I am a postdoctoral researcher at RIKEN iTHEMS since April 2022. I received my PhD in 2022 from the University of Tokyo under the supervision of Prof. Mikio Furuta.
My research field is low-dimensional topology, and particularly interested in Khovanov homology theory.
I have worked as a software engineer for 9 years, prior to entering the master's course in 2016. I am a father of an 8 year old girl.
contact: taketo.sano @ riken.jp
A family of slice-torus invariants from the divisibility of reduced Lee classes, Taketo Sano and Kouki Sato (2022). [arXiv]
Computations of HOMFLY homology, Keita Nakagane and Taketo Sano (2021). [arXiv]
An algorithm for computing the Υ-invariant and the d-invariants of Dehn surgeries, Taketo Sano and Kouki Sato (2020). [arXiv]
A Bar-Natan homotopy type, Taketo Sano, Differential Topology Seminar, Kyoto U., May 2022.
General Topology, Kokushikan University, 2023.
Calculus and Linear Algebra, Komazawa University, 2022.
[Lecture] Higher Algebra in Geometry, Dr. Hiro Lee Tanaka (Texas State University), RIKEN iTHEMS, Jul-Aug 2023. [link]
[Workshop] Exploring GPT’s Influence on Natural Science and Mathematics, cohosted with Dr. Akio Tomiya (International Professional University of Technology in Osaka), RIKEN iTHEMS, May 2023. [link]
[Seminar] Quantum modularity of quantum invariants and related techniques, Dr. Yuya Murakami (Kyushu University), RIKEN iTHEMS, Apr 2023. [link]
[Seminar] Frobenius algebras associated with the α-induction for equivariantly braided tensor categories, Mr. Mizuki Oikawa (The University of Tokyo), RIKEN iTHEMS, Apr 2023. [link]
My daugther drawing a squid at my research institute.