Talks

Talks

  • Characterizing some classical rings via superstability, Logic seminar, University of Illinois Chicago, March 14th, 2023.
  • Abstract elementary classes of modules, Colloquia, Baylor University, November 16th, 2022.
  • Characterizing some classical rings via superstability, Logic@TXST seminar, Texas State University September 6th, 2022. Abstract.
  • Clases elementales abstractas de módulos, Seminario Súmate, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, August 23th, 2022. Abstract.
  • Universal models for classes of abelian groups for purity, BLAST Conference (Plenary speaker), Chapman University, August 9th, 2022. Abstract.
  • Characterizing categoricity in several classes of modules, Model Theory Seminar, Carnegie Mellon University, March 24th 2022 – March 31st 2022. Abstract (2 talks). Talks: 1 (passcode: @9rtu2uL), 2 (passcode: wq=#gDX0).
  • Torsion modules with pure embeddings, MALGA Seminar, University of Padova and University of Verona, June 11th, 2021. Abstract.
  • Stability in abstract elementary classes of modules, Panglobal Algebra and Logic Seminar, CU Boulder, April 13th, 2021. Abstract, Video.
  • Stability and superstability in classes of modules, MidWest Model Theory Seminar, University of Chicago-University of Illinois at Chicago, March 23rd 2021. Abstract.
  • Characterizing noetherian rings via superstability, Online Logic Seminar, Southern Illinois University, February 18th 2021. Abstract.
  • Characterizing noetherian rings via superstability, Seminario Flotante de Logica Matematica de Bogota, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, January 27th 2021. Abstract.
  • Universal models in classes of abelian groups and modules, Toronto Set Theory Seminar, Fields Institute, January 22nd 2021. Abstract.
  • Universal models in classes of abelian groups, Logic Seminar, Carnegie Mellon University, November 17th, 2020. Abstract.
  • Model-theoretic stability and superstability in classes of modules, Algebra Seminar, Masaryk University, November 12th, 2020. Abstract, Video.
  • A model theoretic solution to a problem László Fuchs, Model Theory Seminar, Carnegie Mellon University, September 10th 2020 – September 24th 2020. Abstract (3 talks). Talks: 1 (passcode: 53az#5^g), 2 (passcode: 3m6N6K+$), 3 (passcode: nv?4TQGx).
  • Simple-like independence relations in AECs, Model Theory Seminar, Carnegie Mellon University, April 20th 2020 – May 4th 2020. Abstract (3 talks). Talks: 1, 2, 3.
  • Characterizing some classes of rings via superstability, Association for Symbolic Logic 2020 Annual North American Meeting, UCI, March 26th, 2020. Abstract (Remote talk), Video.
  • Characterizing some classes of rings via superstability, OSU Logic Seminar, February 25th, 2020. Abstract.
  • Limit models and universal torsion-free groups with pure embeddings, Association for Symbolic Logic 2019 Annual North American Meeting, CUNY, May 22nd, 2019. Abstract.
  • Limit models in classes of modules with respect to pure embeddings, The 19th Graduate Student Conference in Logic, UIC, April 13th 2019. Abstract
  • Building models from categoricity in small cardinals, Model Theory Seminar, Carnegie Mellon University, October  19th 2018 – December 3rd 2018. Abstract (4 talks).
  • Introducción a la teoría de clases elementales abstractactas, Seminario de Matemáticas ITAM, October 17th, 2018. Abstract in spanish.
  • Introducción a la teoría de clases elementales abstractactas, Seminario de Lógica y Conjuntos UNAM, October 16th, 2018. Abstract in spanish.
  • Non-forking w-good frames, Harvard Logic Seminar, March 27th, 2018. Abstract.
  • Introduction to good frames in Abstract Elementary Classes, Model Theory Seminar, Carnegie Mellon University, September  18th 2017 – October 9th 2017. Abstract (4 talks).
  • Categoricity of AECs in three successive cardinals, Model Theory Seminar, Carnegie Mellon University, October 31st – December 5th 2016 and January 23rd-January 30th 2017. Abstract (6 talks).
  • Quasiminimal Classes, Model Theory Seminar, Carnegie Mellon University. April 18th-April 25th 2016. Abstract (2 talks).
  • Un primer vistazo a O-minimalidad, II Escuela de Lógica y Teoría de Conjuntos, 2013.