Recent and upcoming talks by Mike Pawliuk

Mike Pawliuk: Amenability and Directed Graphs Part 2 (Cherlin’s List)

Place:  Fields Institute (Room 230) Date: 20-March-2015 (13:30-15:00) Title: “Amenability and Directed Graphs Part 2 : Cherlin’s List” Abstract: Last week Miodrag spoke in general about Amenability, Fraisse classes and consistent random expansions. continue reading…

Mike Pawliuk: Various types of products of Fraisse Classes, various types of amenability and various types of preservation results

22 August 2014, 13:30–15:00 Fields institute, Room 210 Speaker:  Mike Pawliuk Title:  Various types of products of Fraisse Classes, various types of amenability and various types of preservation results. Abstract: This is joint work with Miodrag Sokic.  continue reading…

Mike Pawliuk: Using T-sequences to create a robust family of topological groups.

15/February/2013, 13:30–15:00 Fields institute,Room 210 Speaker: Mike Pawliuk Title: Using T-sequences to create a robust family of topological groups. Abstract: Using the methods of Protasov and Zelenyuk (“Topologies on Abelian Groups”, 1991) I will describe a method for constructing topological groups. continue reading…

Mike Pawliuk: Set Theoretic attacks on Itzkowitz’ problem

Friday, May 25, 2012, from 1:30 to 3pm Fields Institute, Room 210 Speaker: Mike Pawliuk (Toronto) Title: Set Theoretic attacks on Itzkowitz’ problem Abstract: In 1976, Gerald Itzkowitz asked if every functionally balanced group (one where every left uniformly, real-valued function is right uniformly continuous) is in fact balanced (the left uniformity and right uniformity coincide). continue reading…