UCLA Logic Colloquium

The UCLA Logic Colloquium meets on alternate Fridays, at 4 p.m., in MS 6221.  
The Logic Colloquium is organized by Patrick Lutz and Forte Shinko.  
Here are links to the UCLA Logic Center, the Caltech-UCLA Logic Seminar, and the Philosophy Colloquium.

Talks are listed here in reverse chronological order.

Logic Colloquium: 12/9/2022 - 12/9/2023


Logic Colloquium: 09/1/2018 - 12/8/2022

Friday Dec 02 2022
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Don Stull Pinned distance sets using effective dimension
Friday Nov 18 2022
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Scott Mutchnik NSOP_2 Theories
Friday Nov 04 2022
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Garrett Ervin Decomposing the real line into everywhere isomorphic suborders
Wednesday Oct 26 2022
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Mariana Vicaria Elimination of imaginaries in ordered abelian groups
Friday Oct 07 2022
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Meng-Che "Turbo" Ho Torsion-free abelian groups of finite rank and fields of finite transcendence degree
Friday May 22 2020
15:00-15:50 (https://ucla.zoom.us/j/672060601) Henry Towsner (University of Pennsylvania)Removal and Amalgamation
Friday Apr 10 2020
16:00-16:50 (https://zoom.us/j/8244003061) Matthew Foreman (UC Irvine)Attacking Classical Problems in Dynamical Systems with Descriptive Set Theory
Friday Mar 13 2020
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Anand Pillay (University of Notre Dame)CANCELLED
Friday Feb 21 2020
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Jose G. Mijares (CalState LA)Metrically Baire sets and the Ramsey Property
Friday Feb 14 2020
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Katrin Tent (University of Muenster)Automorphism groups of order and tournament expansions
Friday Feb 07 2020
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Natasha Dobrinen (University of Denver)Strong coding trees and Ramsey theory on ultrahomogeneous structures
Friday Jan 24 2020
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Aristotelis Panagiotopoulos (Caltech)Definable (co)homology and classification of solenoids
Friday Jan 10 2020
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Rizos Sklinos (Stevens Institute of Technology)Fields definable in the theory of nonabelian free groups
Friday Nov 15 2019
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Isaac Goldbring (UC Irvine)The almost sure theory of finite metric spaces
Friday Nov 01 2019
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Pieter Spaas (UCLA)Almost invariant sets and stable equivalence relations
Friday Oct 18 2019
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Mate Szabo (Université Paris 1 - Panthéon-Sorbonne)Pepis' and Kalmár's Arguments Against Church's Thesis
Friday Oct 04 2019
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Erik Walsberg (UC Irvine)Expansions of $(\mathbb{R},<,+)$
Friday May 31 2019
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Joshua Wiscons (Sacramento State)Status of the classification of finite Morley rank actions with a high degree of generic transitivity
Friday May 17 2019
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Rachid Atmai (Mira Costa College, Oceanside)The search for definable counterexamples to the CH
Friday May 03 2019
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Aristotelis Panagiotopoulos (Caltech)Bernoulli shifts for Polish groups and a question of Kechris
Friday Apr 19 2019
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Todor Tsankov (University Paris 7)A model-theoretic approach to ergodic theory
Friday Mar 08 2019
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Nadja Hempel (UCLA)N-dependent groups and fields
Friday Feb 22 2019
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Omer Mermelstein (University of Wisconsin - Madison)Generic flat pregeometries
Friday Feb 08 2019
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Adam Day (Victoria University of Wellington)Computability Theoretic Hierarchies of Real-valued Functions
Friday Jan 25 2019
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Lynn Scow (California State University, San Bernardino)Transfer of the Ramsey property
Friday Jan 11 2019
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Szymon Torunczyk (University of Warsaw)Some applications of model theory in computer science
Friday Nov 30 2018
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Nick Ramsey (UCLA)Kim-independence and NSOP1 theories
Friday Nov 16 2018
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Lynn Scow (California State University, San Bernardino)Transfer of the Ramsey property - CANCELLED
Friday Nov 02 2018
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Douglas Ulrich (UC Irvine) Generalized Amalgamation and Chromatic Numbers
Friday Oct 19 2018
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Sam Buss (UC San Diego)Bounded Arithmetic, Expanders, and Monotone Propositional Proofs
Friday Oct 05 2018
16:00-16:50 (MS 6221) Byunghan Kim (Yonsei University, Seoul)On the number of countable NSOP$_1$ theories without weight $omega$.

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