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I am interested in model theory, more particularly in those parts of it that have applications to other areas of mathematics: Zilber's trichotomy, o-minimality, Hrushovski-Kazhdan motivic integration, Hrushovski-Loeser tame non-archimedean geometry, model-theoretic approach to approximate subgroups and geometric group theory.


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revised Uncountably categorical theories which are interpretable in a strongly minimal
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answered Uncountably categorical theories which are interpretable in a strongly minimal
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accepted A totally categorical structure with trivial geometry which is not interpretable in the trivial structure
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accepted efficiently checking that a field extension is Galois
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asked efficiently checking that a field extension is Galois
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accepted is every point of a Berkovich space a Shilov point?
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comment is every point of a Berkovich space a Shilov point?
oh, yes, you are right of course
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comment is every point of a Berkovich space a Shilov point?
> This is still not true, but you have to consider subtler things like points of type 4. > if the point is Abhyankar Am I right that after restricting to the Zariski closure of $x$ and extending the scalars so that the base field is maximally complete, one may assume that $x$ is Abhyankar?
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revised is every point of a Berkovich space a Shilov point?
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