Mathematische Logik und interdisziplinäre Anwendungen der Logik
Bundesstrasse, 55 (Geomatikum)
20146 Hamburg, Germany
I am currently a post-doc researcher
working at the Hamburg University in the Logic Group
led by Prof. Dr. Benedikt Löwe
Here one can take a look at my CV.
Diploma Thesis- Teoria della
Probabilita`: Teoremi Classici di Convergenza, supervised by
Prof. Fabio Rapallo,
Universita` degli Studi del Piemonte
Orientale, June 29th, 2006.
Master Thesis- Cardinali
Inaccessibili e Lebesgue Misurabilta`, supervised by Prof.
Alessandro Andretta, Universita`
degli Studi di Torino, October 1st, 2008.
Arboreal forcing notions and regularity properties of the real
line, supervised by Prof.
Dr. Sy Friedman, Universitaet Wien, 2012. (pdf below)
Set theory, with particular emphasis on the set theory of the real
line and the method of forcing.
forcing notions and regularity properties of the real line,
PhD thesis, Universitaet Wien, April 2012. (supervised by: Prof.
Dr. Sy David Frieman)
the separation of regularity properties of the reals,
Some considerations on Amoeba
forcing notions, submitted.
Some notes and preprint
A note on tree-forcings in the generalized Cantor space. Some results about different extension types of Silver,
Miller and other tree-like forcings in the generalized Cantor space. Still under construction. (Any suggestion or proposal of joint collaboration is obviously welcome.)
Forcing and Real Line. Very brief and informal notes on ZFC
theory and forcing method, with some emphasis on the applications to
questions concerning real numbers.
Here you can
find some open questions that I consider noteworthy, and which I will
focus on a considerable part of my research in the coming years.