Martino Lupini is currently a Bateman Research Instructor (postdoc) at the California Institute of Technology. His research interests include set theory, model theory and their applications to operator algebras, combinatorics and group theory.

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Recent and upcoming talks by Martino Lupini

Martino Lupini: Nonstandard methods and additive combinatorics

Seminari di Logica a Pisa Monday, April 23 at 3pm Aula Riunioni Speaker: Martino Lupini (York University) Title: Nonstandard methods and additive combinatorics: effective estimates for Jin’s theorem Abstract: Some of the most important results in combinatorics of numbers relate purely quantitative notions of largeness, such as the asymptotic density, to notions of combinatorial structure. continue reading…

Martino Lupini: Logic for metric structures and the number of universal sofic and hyperlinear groups

Toronto Set Theory Seminar Friday, January 20, from 1:30 to 3pm Fields institute, room 210 Speaker: Martino Lupini Title: Logic for metric structures and the number of universal sofic and hyperlinear groups I will present a proof, obtained by means of logic for metric structures, that if CH fails there are power of the continuum many pairwise non isomorphic sofic and hyperlinear groups. continue reading…