Welcome to my page. I am a postdoctoral fellow at the Fields Institute in Toronto. Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences
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Fields Model Theory Seminar (FMTS)
With Esther Elbaz, I am organizing a model theory seminar at the Fields Institute.
I am interested in model theory and algebra. More precisely my research interests are:
- dp-minimality and arithmetic: expansion of the group of integers by p-adic valuations.
- dp-rank and algebra: classification of dp-minimal integral domains; example of dp-finite division algebras.
- generic expansions and the preservation of Shelah's tameness properties, such as NTP2, NSOP1, NIP, etc.
- expansions of fields with generic predicates: for subgroups, for subfields. Such expansions can be new examples of NSOP1 theories.
- Existentially closed models of fields with a distinguished submodule (joint with Leor Neuhauser and Itay Kaplan): We study the category of existentially closed models of fields with a distinguished submodule, in the Robinson setting. We prove that this category is NSOP1 and TP2 in the positive sense.
- On algebraically closed fields with a distinguished subfield (joint with Leor Neuhauser and Itay Kaplan): We study the model theory of pairs (K,F) where K is algebraically closed and F is arbitrary with extra structure. We prove that tameness properties of F are preserved in the expansion (K,F). In particular we deduce that a PAC field F is NSOP1 if and only if its absolute Galois group is NSOP1 as a profinite group.
- Cyclic and non-cyclic division algebras of finite dp-rank:We give examples of cyclic divisions algebras of finite dp-rank, answering a question of Milliet. We also give an example of an IP cyclic division algbra of finite burden and a non-cyclic division algebra of dp-rank 16.
- Dp-minimal integral domains (joint work with Yatir Halevi): A classification of dp-minimal integral domains, very closed to be valuation rings, all of them are divided domains (every prime ideal is comparable to any principal ideal). Accepted to the Israel Journal of Mathematics.
I defended my Ph.D. thesis at the Institut Camille Jordan, in summer 2019, under the supervision of Thomas Blossier (ICJ Lyon) and Zoé Chatzidakis (ENS Paris).
Check out the printed manuscript and the slides (in french) of my defense.
My PhD dissertation:
- Théorie des modèles des corps : La propriété d'indépendance (in french), Model theory of fields : The independence property (2015, under the supervision of Z. Chatzidakis)
- Quaternions (in french) (2014, under the supervision of J.-F. Jaulent)
- On the complete ordered field (2013, under the supervision of A. Wilkie), and an Erratum. A more recent note on continuous groups.
- Model theory of the multiplicative group of fields
- 17ieme Probleme Hilbert (in french) (Notes from a talk at the Ph.D. seminar in Lyon, november 2017)
- Expansions of (Z,+) (Notes from a talk in Leeds in 2017)
- Ax-Grothendieck theorem (Notes from a talk at the colloquium Inter'Action; for Ph.D. students in France, ICJ Lyon 1, 2016)
- Une incursion en Théorie des Modèles (in french) (Notes from a talk at the Journée des Doctorant-e-s, ICJ Lyon 1, 2016)
- Outils algébriques pour la théorie des modèles des corps (Various notes in french, 2015)
- Corps gauche de dp-rang fini (Note, 2015)
- Set theory (Notes in french, LMFI 2015)
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