**Address**: David Rittenhouse Laboratory, University of Pennsylvania, 209 S. 33rd St., Philadelphia, PA 19104**Office**: DRL 3N8D**Email**: vvtewari at math dot upenn dot edu

I am a Hans Rademacher Instructor of Mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to this, I was an Acting Assistant Professor at the University of Washington where my mentor was Sara Billey. I received my PhD in Mathematics in August 2015 from the University of British Columbia where I was advised by Steph van Willigenburg. I study algebraic combinatorics.

- Math 312 and Math 432.

- P. Nadeau and V. Tewari,

Divided symmetrization and quasisymmetric functions,

preprint (2019), 24pp. - V. Tewari, A.T. Wilson and P.B. Zhang,

Chromatic nonsymmetric polynomials of Dyck graphs are slide-positive,

submitted (2019), 15pp. - E. Richmond and V. Tewari,

Noncommutative LR coefficients and crystal reflection operators,

submitted (2019), 20pp. - S.C. Billey, B. Rhoades and V. Tewari,

Boolean product polynomials, Schur positivity, and Chern plethysm,

(2019), accepted, 22pp.*Int. Math. Res. Not. IMRN* - I.M. Gessel, S. Griffin and V. Tewari,

Labeled binary trees, subarrangements of the Catalan arrangements, and Schur positivity,

(2019), accepted, 64pp.*Adv. Math.* - M. Konvalinka and V. Tewari,

Smirnov trees,

26 (2019), 23pp.*Electron. J. Combin.* - V. Tewari,

Gessel polynomials, rooks, and extended Linial arrangements,

163 (2019), 98--117.*J. Combin. Theory Ser. A* - V. Tewari and S. van Willigenburg,

Permuted composition tableaux, 0-Hecke algebra and labeled binary trees,

161 (2019), 420--452.*J. Combin. Theory Ser. A* - V. Tewari and S. van Willigenburg,

Quasisymmetric and noncommutative skew Pieri rules,

100 (2018), 101--121.*Adv. in Appl. Math.* - V. Tewari,

Murnaghan-Nakayama rule for noncommutative Schur functions,

58 (2016), 118--143.*European J. Combin.* - C. Bessenrodt, V. Tewari and S. van Willigenburg,

Littlewood-Richardson rules for symmetric skew quasisymmetric Schur functions,

137 (2016), 179--206.*J. Combin. Theory Ser. A* - V. Tewari and S. van Willigenburg,

Modules of the 0-Hecke algebra and quasisymmetric Schur functions,

285 (2015), 1025--1065.*Adv. Math.* - V. Tewari,

Backward jeu de taquin slides for composition tableaux and a noncommutative Pieri rule,

22 (2015), 48pp.*Electron. J. Combin.* - V. Tewari,

Kronecker coefficients for some near-rectangular partitions,

429 (2015), 287--317.*J. Algebra*

- Math 114 and Math 313, Spring 2019.

- Math 432, Game Theory, Fall 2018.

- Math 563, Geometric and Topological Combinatorics, Spring 2018.

- Math 300, Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning, Winter 2018.

- Math 308, Matrix Algebra with Applications, Autumn 2017.

- Math 308, Matrix Algebra with Applications, Spring 2017.

- Math 300, Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning, Winter 2017.

- Math 308, Matrix Algebra with Applications, Autumn 2016.

- Math 308, Matrix Algebra with Applications, Spring 2016.

- Math 324, Advanced Multivariable Calculus, Winter 2016.

- Math 308, Matrix Algebra with Applications, Autumn 2015.

- Math 104, Differential Calculus with Applications to Commerce and Social Sciences, Fall 2013.