Thursday, January 21, 2021

Josef Küstner (University of Vienna) January 21, 2021 - 3:55 - 5:00 PM (IST)

Our next talk is on January 21, 2021. Please do feel free to volunteer to speak, if you have submitted something recently and the topic is suitable for this group. 

We have now upgraded the sf-and-nt website a bit. In case a video recording is available, we have embedded it, so you can view the recording at leisure. I wish to thank Shivam Sahu, a recent graduate of the math department of Ashoka University, for help in this activity. In particular, it will be of help when you are reading the associated papers in more detail. Any suggestions for the website are welcome.

The talk for the week is as follows.

Talk Announcement

Title:  Elliptic and q-analogs of the Fibonomial numbers

Speaker: Josef Küstner (University of Vienna)

When: January 21, 2021 - 3:55 PM - 5:00 PM (IST)

Where: Google Meet; Please write to if you want a link.

Tea or Coffee: Please bring your own. 


The Fibonomial numbers are integer numbers obtained from the binomial coefficients by replacing each term by its corresponding Fibonacci number. In 2009, Sagan and Savage introduced a simple combinatorial model for the Fibonomial numbers.

In this talk, I will present a combinatorial description for a q-analog and an elliptic analog of the Fibonomial numbers which is achieved by introducing certain q- and elliptic weights to the model of Sagan and Savage.

This is joint work with Nantel Bergeron and Cesar Ceballos.

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