- Date: Wednesday 14 June 2017, 16:00 – 17:30
- Location: Mathematics Level 8, MALL 1 & 2, School of Mathematics
- Type: Logic, Seminars, Pure Mathematics
- Cost: Free
Mike Prest, University of Manchester. Part of the logic seminar series.
Definable categories arose in the model theory of modules and have turned out to be a good context for additive model theory. They are also algebraically natural and much theory and many applications have been developed. The large context in which they sit ((anti-)equivalences of certain 2-categories, ) is paralleled in the non-additive/Set-based world and this has recently been shown, by Kuber and Rosicky , to run deeper than had previously seemed to be the case.
 A. Kuber and J. Rosicky, Definable categories, arXiv:1612.03711
 M. Prest, Abelian categories and definable additive categories, arXiv:1202.0426
Mike Prest, University of Manchester