Welcome to the home page of Dorottya Sziráki
Contact Information:
Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, E-mail: sziraki.dorottya at renyi.hu
E-mail: sziraki_dorottya at phd.ceu.edu |
I am a Young Researcher at the Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, and a Ph.D. student at the Department of Mathematics and its Applications of the Central European University. Research interests: Mathematical logic, especially
model theory, algebraic logic, and their connections. Curriculum Vitae: My Curriculum Vitae is available in pdf. Publications: With Jouko Väänänen. A dichotomy theorem for the generalized Baire space and elementary embeddability at uncountable cardinals, accepted for publication in Fundamenta Mathematicae. With Gábor Sági.
Some
variants of Vaught's conjecture from the perspective of algebraic logic, Talks: February, 2017. Winter School in Abstract Analysis 2017, section Set Theory and Topology, Hejnice, Czech Republic. Games and perfect independent subsets of the generalized Baire space. Abstract. Slides. November 2016. IRP on Large Cardinals and Strong Logics, Young Researchers' Seminar Week, CRM, Bellaterra (Barcelona), Spain. Dichotomies for independent subsets of the generalized Baire space. September 2016. Bonn Set Theory Workshop 2016. A dichotomy for infinitely many relations on the -Baire space. Slides. August 2016. Logic Colloquium 2016, Leeds, United Kingdom. A dichotomy for infinitely many relations on the -Baire space. September 2015. Hamburg Workshop on Set Theory 2015. A dichotomy for relations and elementary embeddability at uncountable cardinals. August 2015. Logic Colloquium 2015, Helsinki, Finland. A dichotomy theorem for the generalized Baire space and elementary embeddability at uncountable cardinals. June 2015. Topology, Algebra and Categories in Logic (TACL 2015), Ischia, Italy. On binary relations and elementary embeddability at uncountable cardinals. November 2014. Colloquium on Mathematical Logic, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. Algebraic Logic and Vaught's Conjecture. September 2014. Logic Seminar, University of Helsinki, Finland. Algebraic Logic and Vaught's Conjecture. Notes: |