Researchers at UCD

Vincent Astier

Lecturer/Assistant Professor

School Of Mathematics & Statistics
Science Centre - South
Dublin 4

Tel: +353 1 7162550


Honours and Awards

Year: 2009.
Title: Habilitation


Year 1999 Institution: Uni Denis Diderot, Paris VII
Qualification: PhD Subject:



Peer Reviewed Journals

Astier, V. and Unger, T. (2014) 'Signatures of hermitian forms and the Knebusch Trace Formula'. Mathematische Annalen, 358 (3-4):925-947. [DOI] [Details]
Astier, Vincent (2013) 'Elementary equivalence of lattices of open sets definable in o-minimal expansions of fields'. Fundamenta Mathematicae, . [Details]
Astier, V. and Unger, T. (2013) 'Signatures of hermitian forms and applications'. Oberwolfach Reports, 10 (2):1853-1856. [DOI] [Details]
Astier, V. and Mariano, H.; (2011) 'Realizing profinite reduced special groups'. Pacific Journal of Mathematics, . [Details]
Astier, V.; (2008) 'Elementary equivalence of some rings of definable functions'. Archive for Mathematical Logic, . [Details]
Astier, V.; (2008) 'Generic splitting for special groups'. Journal of Algebra, . [Details]
Astier, V. and Unger, T.; (2008) 'A Hermitian analogue of the Bröcker-Prestel theorem'. Indagationes Mathematicae, . [Details]
Astier, V.; (2008) 'Special groups whose isometry relation is a finite union of cosets'. Journal of Symbolic Logic, . [Details]
Astier, V.; (2007) 'On some sheaves of special groups'. Archive for Mathematical Logic, . [Details]
Astier, V. and Pumpluen, S.; (2006) 'Nonassociative quaternion algebras over rings'. Israel Journal of Mathematics, . [Details]
Astier, V. and Tressl, M.; (2005) 'Axiomatization of local-global principles for pp-formulas in spaces of orderings'. Archive for Mathematical Logic, . [Details]
Astier, V.; (2004) 'Pfister's subform theorem for reduced special groups'. Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, . [Details]
Astier, V.; (2001) 'Some model-theoretic results in the algebraic theory of quadratic forms'. Annals of Pure and Applied Logic, . [Details]
Astier, V.; (1998) 'Quelques propriétés-modèle théoriques des groupes spéciaux réduits'. Comptes Rendus De L'Academie Des Sciences De Paris, . [Details]