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]]>I’d be curious to see if more abstract definitions can be used to prove theorems about more complicated manifolds, e.g. knot complements. For classical skein algebras, the only theorems I’ve heard for more general 3-manifolds only hold for q=1. I believe (some version of) the AJ conjecture can be stated using (classical) skein modules, so there are interesting theorems that are possibilities.

]]>One thing I’d add: You’ve got to be very good at explaining the work you’ve been doing in academia to potential employers, even if what you’ve been doing doesn’t directly relate to the position for which you’re being considered. If you cannot give an explanation of what you’ve done that makes the interviewer feel like they understand your work, they worry that either you’re a bad communicator, you couldn’t make it in academia because you didn’t do much (#1 in the above list list), or you don’t think they’re capable of understanding what you’ve been doing (similar to #4 in the list).

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