SEEMOD Workshop 5
13 December 2017, Imperial College London
Lunch: from noon in Huxley 747
Talks: from 1pm in Huxley 130
– travel information

SEEMOD is South and East of England Model Theory network, connecting the University of East Anglia, Oxford University, Queen Mary University of London and Imperial College London.
Laura Capuano (Oxford)
Ehud Hrushovski (Oxford)
Silvain Rideau (UC Berkeley)
Ivan Tomasic (QMUL)
Registration and Funding
We ask the participants to register by emailing Charlotte Kestner by 05/12, because lunch will be provided.
Some money is available, particularly for PhD students, for travel expenses and to cover additional caring costs (e.g. childcare). Please contact Charlotte Kestner CC Jonathan Kirby in advance if you wish to claim expenses.
12:00—13:00 13:00—14:00 14:00—15:00 15:00—15:30 15:30—16:30 16:30—17:30
arrival and lunch
tea/coffee break
Social programme
Drinks following the talks from 17:30 (Gloucester Arms?).
Dinner at Gloucester Road Comptoir Libanais from 19:00.
Scientific Committee
Jonathan Kirby (UEA)
Charlotte Kestner (IC)
Capuano. Unlikely intersections in families of abelian varieties
What makes an intersection likely or unlikely? A simple dimension count shows that Read on
Hrushovski. Galois groups, imaginaries and definable measures. Abstract.
Rideau. Groups and fields definable in algebraically closed valued fields (joint with Ehud Hrushovski).
Our goal will be to give a structure theory for groups interpretable in algebraically closed valued fields Read on
Tomasic. Cohomology of difference algebraic groups.
We develop methods of homological algebra in the difference setting by enriching our usual view Read on
The workshop is supported by an LMS Scheme 3 grant and by the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College.
Node contacts
Jonathan Kirby (UEA), principal node
Ivan Tomasic (QMUL)
Boris Zilber (Oxford)
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Funding queries