The sheaf seminar series is Professor Samson Abramsky’s weekly group meeting. Our meetings take place on Tuesdays at 2 PM UK time. We are currently meeting in a hybrid manner, with both online and in-person participants.
Meetings usually consist of an informal presentation covering published or in progress work on the broad research interests of the group. If you would like to participate please write me an email. The current schedule is available below.
|11/10/2022||Samson Abramsky||From Kochen-Specker to Feder-Vardi|
|18/10/2022||Nihil Shah||Comonadic account of Feferman-Vaught-Mostowski theorems (Slides)|
|25/10/2022||Jelena Mackeprang||Definitions of partial contextuality akin to multipartite non-locality|
|01/11/2022||Maximilian Doré||Searching for cubes with poset maps|
|08/11/2022||Phokion Kolaitis||On the Expressive Power of Homomorphism Counts|
|15/11/2022||Daphne Wang||Sheaf Approaches to Language Modelling|
|22/11/2022||Paolo Perrone||A general introduction to Markov categories|