Assaf Shani

Graduate student
University of California Los Angeles
Department of Mathematics
Office: MS 2344.

Research Interests: Mathematical logic, Set Theory.

Papers

  • Fresh Subsets of ultrapowers. Archive for Mathematical Logic, vol. 55 (2016), pp. 835845. [doi:10.1007/s00153-016-0497-4]
  • Ultrapowers of forcing notions. Master's thesis, Hebrew University, 2013.
  • Unpublished notes

  • Zero sharp implies all (branchless, fat) trees in L are special. (2015)
  • On the proof that a tree with an ascent path is not special. (2015)

  • Talks

  • Borel equivalence relations and symmetric models. [Abstract] European ASL meeting, Udine, Italy (July 2018).
  • Borel equivalence relations and weak choice principles. [Abstract, Slides] North American ASL meeting, Macomb, IL, USA (May 2018).

  • Teaching:

    Spring 18:

    Math 114L, Mathematical Logic.
    Office hours: Mondays 2-3 and Tuesdays 11-12 at MS 2344.

    Math 132, Complex Analysis for Applications.
    Office hours: Mondays 3-4 at MS 2344.

    Past teaching

    Winter 18: Math 114S, Introduction to set theory; Math 3C, Ordinary Differential Equations with Linear Algebra for Life Sciences Students.
    Fall 17: Math 132, Complex Analysis for Applications; Math 3C, Ordinary Differential Equations with Linear Algebra for Life Sciences Students.
    Spring 17: Math 121C, Introduction to Topology, Math 31B, Integration and Infinite Series.
    Winter 17: Math 114C, Computability Theory, Math 32A, Calculus of Several Variables.
    Fall 16: Math 180, Graph theory, Math 131A, Analysis.
    Summer 16: Math 61, Introduction to Discrete Structures.
    Spring 16: Math 61, Introduction to Discrete Structures; Math 132, Complex Analysis for Applications.
    Winter 16: Math 132, Complex Analysis for Applications; Math 106, History of Mathematics.
    Fall 15: Math 1, Precalculus; Math 132, Complex Analysis for Applications.
    Summer 15: Math 131A, Analysis.
    Spring 15: Math 123, Foundations of Geometry; Math 32A, Calculus of Several Variables.
    Winter 15: Math 106, History of Mathematics; Math 32B, Calculus of Several Variables.
    Fall 14: Math 132, Complex Analysis for Applications; Math 31B, Integration and Infinite Series.