Speaker: Vincent Astier (UCD)

Time: 3:00PM
Date: Thu 17th February 2011

Location: Mathematical Sciences Seminar Room

I will give a presentation of o-minimality, aimed at a general audience. O-minimality was originally a purely model-theoretic construction, linked to Grothendieck's notion of tame topology. It has since developed strong connections with real geometry and analysis, and even recently a small one with number theory (Schanuel's conjecture).

(This talk is part of the K-Theory, Quadratic Forms and Number Theory series.)