I am a grad student in the Math Department at UCLA, expecting to finish in Spring 2018. Logic and set theory are my primary research interests. My research so far has focused on definable sets of reals, especially in forcing extensions and under large-cardinal hypotheses. My advisor is Itay Neeman.

**Email:** znorwood@math.ucla.edu
**Office:** MS 6603

**Teaching:**

**Papers:**

- (with Itay Neeman) Coding along trees and generic absoluteness, in preparation.
- (with Itay Neeman)
Happy and mad families in \(L({\mathbb R})\), to appear in
*J. Symb. Log.*(pdf)

**Miscellaneous:**

- A list of set theorists' homepages.
- Participating seminar in theoretical computer science (Spring 2014)
- Some old Part III stuff (in particular, notes from a commutative algebra course) can be found here.
- QWERTY getting you down? Learn about Colemak here.
- Your OS getting you down? Try Arch Linux here.

**Old notes**

- A note about representable functors I wrote while studying for the algebra qual. I also have some resources for studying for the logic qual. Contact me for details. Or, if you are a UCLA graduate student, see the wiki.
- A note about Solovay's theorem (about partitioning stationary sets) and Silver's theorem.
- Some notes I wrote to understand the Erdős–Rado theorem.