SEEMOD Workshop 2
19 April 2016, Maths Lecture Theatre, School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary University of London – 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 other London universities.
Jonathan Kirby (UEA)
Jochen Koenigsmann (Oxford)
Martin Orr (IC)
Tamara Servi (Paris 7)
Lubna Shaheen (Oxford)
Registration and Funding
We ask the participants to register by emailing Ivan Tomasic by 12/04, 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 Ivan Tomasic CC Jonathan Kirby in advance if you want to claim expenses.
11:45—12:45 12:45—13:30 13:30—14:15 14:15—15:00 15:00—15:45 15:45—16:40 16:40—17:35
arrival and lunch
tea/coffee break
Social programme
Drinks at the SCR Bar following the talks (optional).
Dinner at The Morgan Arms pub from 18:30.
Scientific Committee
David Evans (IC)
Jonathan Kirby (UEA)
Ivan Tomasic (QMUL)
Boris Zilber (Oxford)
Kirby. Exponential-algebraic closedness and quasiminimality.
Zilber conjectured that the complex exponential field Cexp is quasiminimal. He later showed Read on
Koenigsmann. Back to the model theory of local fields.
Classical model theory of non-archimedean local fields has regained momentum in recent years. Read on
Orr. A counting theorem for intersections with rational subspaces and applications.
The Pila-Wilkie counting theorem counts rational points in a set X definable in an o-minimal structure. Read on
Shaheen. A model for the representation theory of rings of integers.
The aim of this project is to attach a geometric structure to the ring of integers and to understand Spec(Z) Read on
Servi. Oscillatory integrals and subanalytic geometry.
We prove the stability under integration and under Fourier transform of a concrete class E of functions, Read on
The workshop is supported by an LMS Scheme 3 grant and by the School of Mathematical Sciences at QMUL.
Node contacts
Jonathan Kirby (UEA), principal node
Ivan Tomasic (QMUL)
Boris Zilber (Oxford)
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