The logic seminar meets roughly weekly during the fall and spring semesters. Our usual meeting time is 4:05pm on Tuesdays, in LIT 368, unless otherwise announced.

**Past speakers:**

##### Fall 2019

- August 27th: Jindrich Zapletal (UF)
*Descriptive graph theory.* - September 5th: Dana Bartosova (UF)
*Phase spaces of universal minimal dynamical systems of discrete groups and beyond.* - September 10th: Doug Cenzer (UF)
*Computation using the Gray code.* - September 24th: Ethan McCarthy (UF)
*Point-Turing degree spectra.* - October 1st: Thomas Winckler (UF)
*Using a weak axiom of choice to prove a theorem in real analysis.* - October 15th: John Hester (UF)
*Combining formal systems for automated theorem proving.* - October 22nd: Yuxin Zhou (UF)
*(ZF+DC) Existence of the Hamel Basis implies ω Γ-coloring.* - November 5th: Jack H. Lutz (Iowa State)
*Passing Hilbert’s Final Test.* - November 19th: Doug Cenzer (UF)
*The Rate of Randomness Extraction via Turing Functionals.* - December 3rd: Lauren Wickman (UF)
*Using Model Theory to Compute the Universal Minimal Flows of Certain Automorphism Groups.*

##### Spring 2019

- January 8th: Paul Larson (Miami)
*Universally measurable sets.* - January 31st: Dana Bartosova (UF)
*Projective Fraïssé limits.* - February 5th & 12th: Yuxin Zhou (UF)
*The pseudoarc and projective Fraïssé limits (parts 1 & 2).* - February 19th: Natasha Dobrinen (DU)
*Ramsey theory on the Henson graphs.* - February 26th: Ethan McCarthy (UF)
*Strict Demuth randomness and jump domination.* - March 12th: Dana Bartosova (UF)
*Ramsey properties for Boolean algebras with ideals.* - March 19th: Jindrich Zapletal (UF)
*Transcendence bases and the axiom of choice*. - April 2nd: Doug Cenzer (UF)
*Generically computable equivalence structures and isomorphisms*. - April 15th: Ethan McCarthy (UF)
*The point-wise complexity of the derivative of a real-valued function*. - April 23rd: John Hester (UF)
*Formalizing Metatheorems.*