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Audience: Researchers in the topic
Seminar series time: Tuesday 14:00-15:00 in your time zone, UTC
Organizers: Damir Dzhafarov*, Vasco Brattka*, Ekaterina Fokina*, Ludovic Patey*, Takayuki Kihara, Noam Greenberg, Arno Pauly, Linda Brown Westrick
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Description: Computability theory, logic

The goal of this endeavor is to run a seminar on the platform Zoom on a weekly basis, perhaps with alternating time slots each of which covers at least three out of four of Europe, North America, Asia, and New Zealand/Australia. While the meetings are always scheduled for Tuesdays, the timezone varies, so please refer to the calendar on the website for details about individual seminars.

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Past talks
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MonApr 1920:30Noam GreenbergThe strength of Borel Wadge comparability
MonMay 0320:30Andre NiesTBA
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TueApr 1308:00David BelangerMaximal order types of well partial orders
TueApr 0608:00Merlin CarlComplexity and Decision Times for ITTMs - The Story of the Bold Conjecture
MonApr 0520:30Julia KnightDescribing structures and classes of structures
WedMar 3101:00Steffen LemppDecidability and Undecidability in the Enumeration Degrees
TueMar 2314:00Iskander KalimullinPunctual categoricity and degrees of punctual categoricity for finitely generated structures.
MonMar 1520:30Chris ConidisThe Reverse Mathematics of Noether's Decomposition Lemma
TueMar 0917:00Verónica BecherOpen questions on randomness and uniform distribution
TueMar 0213:00Luca San MauroClassifying word problems
MonMar 0121:30Kirsten EisenträgerA topological approach to undefinability in algebraic extensions of the rationals
TueFeb 2320:00Jeff HirstCurrent thoughts on Hindman’s Theorem
MonFeb 1521:30Verónica BecherNormal numbers and perfect necklaces
TueFeb 0913:00Victor SelivanovPrimitive recursive ordered fields and some applications
TueFeb 0215:00Mathieu HoyrupThe fixed-point property for represented spaces
MonFeb 0121:30Arno PaulyThe structure of Weihrauch degrees - what we know and what we don't know
TueJan 2615:00Giovanni SoldàRival-Sands principles in the Weihrauch degrees
TueJan 1909:00Emanuele FrittaionGeneric realizability for intuitionistic set theory
WedDec 1600:30Keita YokoyamaAutomorphism argument and reverse mathematics
TueDec 0821:00Linda Brown WestrickLuzin's (N) and randomness reflection
TueNov 2421:00Karen LangeComplexity of root-taking in power series fields & related problems
TueNov 1723:00Bjørn Kjos-HanssenA family of metrics connecting Jaccard distance to normalized information distance
TueNov 1021:00Paul ShaferRandomness notions and reverse mathematics
TueNov 1014:00Laurent BienvenuThe interplay between randomness and genericity
TueNov 0314:00Manlio ValentiOn the descriptive complexity of Fourier dimension and Salem sets
TueOct 2720:00Li Ling KoFickleness and bounding lattices in the recursively enumerable Turing degrees
TueOct 2014:00Alexandra SoskovaEffective embeddings and interpretations
WedOct 1401:00Chris ConidisNon-arithmetic algebraic constructions
TueOct 1320:00Leszek KołodziejczykReverse mathematics of combinatorial principles over a weak base theory
TueOct 0613:00Paul-Elliot Angles d'AuriacThe computable strength of Milliken's Tree Theorem and applications
TueSep 2920:00Christopher PorterEffective Dimension and the Intersection of Random Closed Sets
WedSep 2300:00Timothy McNichollWhich Lebesgue spaces are computably presentable?
TueSep 1520:00Justine MillerNoncomputable Coding, Density, and Stochasticity
TueSep 1513:00Alberto MarconeThe higher levels of the Weihrauch lattice
TueSep 0814:00Patrick UftringThe characterization of Weihrauch reducibility in systems containing $E$-$PA^\omega$ + $QF$-$AC^{0,0}$
TueSep 0120:00Patrick LutzPart 1 of Martin's Conjecture for Order Preserving Functions
WedAug 2601:00Andre NiesDiscovering structure within the class of K-trivial sets
TueAug 1820:00Joe MillerRedundancy of information: lowering effective dimension
TueAug 1114:00Jun Le GohComputing descending sequences in linear orderings
TueAug 0414:00Benoit MoninGenericity and randomness with ITTMs
TueJul 2821:00Andrew MarksPriority arguments in descriptive set theory
TueJul 2115:00Cristóbal RojasStatistical Chaos — a new barrier in the prediction/simulation of physical systems
TueJul 1420:00Mariya SoskovaPA relative to an enumeration oracle
WedJul 0801:00Rod DowneySacks' Splitting Theorem Re-examined (again)
TueJun 3014:00Amaury PoulyA Survey on Analog Models of Computation
TueJun 2320:00Sarah ReitzesReduction games, provability, and compactness
WedJun 1701:00Lu LiuThe coding power of products of partitions
TueJun 0914:00Nikolai BazhenovRogers semilattices in the analytical hierarchy
TueJun 0214:00Vittorio BardA local approach towards uniform Martin’s conjecture
WedMay 2701:00Dan TuretskyCoding in the automorphism group of a structure
TueMay 1920:00Denis HirschfeldtMinimal pairs in the generic degrees
WedMay 1301:00Matthew Harrison-TrainorThe tree of tuples of a structure
TueMay 0520:00Marta Fiori CaronesA theorem from Rival and Sands and reverse mathematics
TueApr 2812:00Julia KnightLimiting Density and Free Structures
TueApr 2114:00Theodore SlamanRecursion Theory and Diophantine Approximation
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