Natasha DobrinenUniversity of Denver |

**Recent and Upcoming Invited Talks, Workshops, Tutorials, and Panels.** See my Invited Talks Page for talks prior to 2016.

Workshop on Ultrafilters, Ramsey theory and dynamics, Institut Camille Jordan, University of Lyon 1, November 20 - 24, 2017.

The 14th International Workshop in Set Theory, CIRM, Luminy, October 9-13, 2017.

BLAST 2017, Vanderbilt University, August 14 - 18, 2017.

Association for Symbolic Logic 2017 North American Meeting, Boise, March 20-23, 2017, Special Session in Set Theory and its Applications to Analysis and Topology. The universal triangle-free graph has finite big Ramsey degrees

2017 Spring Topology and Dynamical Systems Conference, New Jersey City University, March 8-11, 2017, Special Session in Set-Theoretic Topology. Banach spaces from high dimensional Ellentuck spaces

Arctic Set Theory Workshop 3, Kilpisjaervi, Finland, January 25 - 30, 2017. On the finite big Ramsey degrees for the triangle-free graph: A progress report

Seventh Indian Conference on Logic and its Applications - 2017, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, January 5 - 7, 2017. Ramsey Theory on Trees and Applications

RIMS Workshop on Infinite Combinatorics and Forcing Theory, Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Japan, November 28 - December 1, 2016. I gave a tutorial on Ramsey theory in forcing. Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 3 Expository paper corresponding to Tutorial 3, submitted to RIMS Symposium Proceedings.

Set Theory and its Applications in Topology, Casa Matematica Oaxaca, Mexico, September 11 - 16, 2016. Topological Ramsey spaces in creature forcing

BEST 2016, San Diego, California, June 14 - 17, 2016. Ramsey spaces coding universal triangle-free graphs and applications to Ramsey degrees

SEALS. University of Florida, February 27-28, 2016. Ultrafilters with complete combinatorics over L(R) Expository paper submitted to SEALS 2016 Proceedings

Association for Symbolic Logic Winter Meeting, at the Joint Mathematics Meeting, Seattle, Washington, January 6 - 9, 2016. Inner topological Ramsey spaces

** Research.**
I work in Set Theory, Ramsey Theory, Topology, and related areas. ** Recently I solved the problem of "big Ramsey degrees for the universal triangle-free graph".** A pre-preprint is available on my Research Page.

**Papers since 2015 published or accepted.**

Natasha Dobrinen and Daniel Hathaway. "The Halpern-Lauchli Theorem at a measurable cardinal." Journal of Symbolic Logic. 16 pp. (to appear).

Natasha Dobrinen. "Creature forcing and Topological Ramsey spaces." Topology and Its Applications, special issue in honor of Alan Dow's 60th birthday. 213 (2016), 110--126.

Natasha Dobrinen. "Infinite-dimensional Ellentuck spaces and Ramsey-classification theorems." Journal of Mathematical Logic. 16 (2016), no. 1, 1650003, 37pp.

Natasha Dobrinen, Claude Laflamme, and Norbert Sauer. "Rainbow Ramsey simple structures." Discrete Mathematics. 339 (2016), no. 11, 2848--2855.

Natasha Dobrinen, Jose G. Mijares, and Timothy Trujillo. "Topological Ramsey spaces from Fraisse classes, Ramsey-classification theorems, and initial structures in the Tukey types of p-points." Archive for Mathematical Logic, special issue in honor of James E. Baumgartner. (2017) DOI 10.1007/s00153-017-0540-0, pages 1--50. Now available at published article.

Natasha Dobrinen and Jose G. Mijares. "Topological Ramsey spaces and metrically Baire sets." Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A. 135 (2015) 161--180.

Andreas Blass, Natasha Dobrinen, and Dilip Raghavan. "Then next best thing to a P-point." Journal of Symolic Logic. 80 (2015), no. 3, 866--900.

Jennifer Brown and Natasha Dobrinen. "Spectra of Tukey types of ultrafilters on Boolean algebras." Algebra Universalis. 75 (2016), no. 4, 419--438.

Natasha Dobrinen. "High dimensional Ellentuck space and initial chains in the Tukey structure of non-p-points." Journal of Symbolic Logic, 81 (2016), no.1, 237--263.

Natasha Dobrinen. "Survey on the Tukey theory of ultrafilters." Zbornik Radova, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 17(25) (2015) 53--80. Special Issue on Selected Topics in Combinatorial Analysis. (open access)

Natasha Dobrinen and Stevo Todorcevic. "A new class of Ramsey-classification Theorems and their applications in the Tukey theory of ultrafilters, Part 2." Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 367 (2015), no. 7, 4627--4659.

**Grants and Awards.**

My research is currently supported by National Science Founfation Grant DMS-1600781. "Ramsey Theory, Set Theory, and Tukey Order." September 1, 2016 - August 31, 2019. $129,995.

Last December, I won the Excellence in Research Award, University of Denver, Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, 2015-2016.

See Grants and Awards for the listing of these and previous grants and awards.**
Teaching.**

In Fall 2016 I will be teaching undergraduate Set Theory (MATH 3050) and Calculus 1 (MATH 1951). The Winter 2017 is my mini-sabbatical. In Spring 2017 I will be teaching graduate-level Combinatorial Set Theory (MATH 4050) and Perspectives in Art (MATH 1150).

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Association for Women in Mathematics.**

The Mathematics Department at DU now has an AWM Student Chapter. The Faculty Sponsor is Professor Mei Yin and I am the Faculty Co-Sponsor.

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Conference Organizing.**

Dan Hathaway and I will be organizing a special session on Set Theory of the Reals (including Ramsey Theory) at the AMS Western Sectional Meeting to be held at the Unviersity of Denver in October 2016.

The DU Sesquicentennial Ramsey Theory Conference 2014 was held at the University of Denver, May 24 - 28, 2014. The meeting was organized by Jose Mijares and myself. We thank the National Science Foundation and The DU Provost Sesquicentennial Fund for funding to support many participants.

DU is the birthplace of the BLAST Conference Series. The last BLAST was held at University of North Texas in June 8 - 12, 2015 BLAST North Texas. Winter BLAST 2015 was held at New Mexico State Univerisity, Las Cruces. BLAST 2013 was held at Chapman University. BLAST 2011 was at the University of Kansas; BLAST 2010 was held in Boulder; BLAST 09 was held in Las Cruces. BLAST 08 was held in Denver. Co-chairs were Professor Nikolaos Galatos and myself. BLAST 08. BLAST stands for Boolean algebras, Logic, Lattices, algebraic Logic, universal Algebra, Set theory, Set-theoretic Topology, point free Topology, and general Topology. These are logic-related areas of interest to researchers at Chapman University; New Mexico State University, Las Cruces; University of Colorado, Boulder; University of Denver; University of Kansas, Lawrence; University of Missouri, Kansas City; University of Nebraska, Omaha; and University of North Texas. The BLAST series is graduate-student friendly and supports participation of graduate students, post-docs, and young researchers with NSF funded travel and lodging support.

Front Range Logic Saturdays (formerly known as the Maximally Informal Gathering or MIG) is a consortium of logicians from the Boulder, Denver, Golden and Fort Collins areas. We gather on selected Saturdays to share research talks, ideas, and lunch. MIG was started in 2009 by Bart Kastermans and myself. FRLS is currently being run by Dan Hathaway and Timothy Trujillo.

I have also organized various special sessions and served on program committees for conferences of the ASL and the AMS. These are listed in my CV.

From 2008 until May 2014, I was the coordinator and supervisor for the Graduate Colloquium which meets on Fridays at 2pm. See Graduate Colloquium for a list of past and present speakers.

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Advising and Mentoring.**

I was PhD advisor to Timothy Trujillo who earned his PhD in Spring 2014, with thesis: Topological Ramsey spaces, associated ultrafilters, and their applications to the Tukey theory of ultrafilters and Dedekind cuts of nonstandard arithmetic. Dissertation_Trujillo_2014

From Fall 2013 - Spring 2015 I have been a mentor to postdoctoral scholar Jose Mijares. In 2015 I co-advised (with David Meza-Alcantara) Sonia Navarro Flores on her masters thesis at UNAM Morelia, Mexico. From Fall 2015 onward, I am mentor to DU postdoctoral scholar Daniel Hathaway.

last updated May 19, 2017.