A slightly out of date CV. A more recent one is available
Selected Slide Talks:
AMS Midwest Sectional Meeting, 2007, Special Session on Model
Nonelementary Classes: Galois
types and topology.
ASL Logic Colloquium 2008: Topologies
and rank functions for Galois types.
Notre Dame Logic Seminar: Topological
structure, rank functions and stability for Galois
Thesis Defense, April 24, 2009: Topological
and category-theoretic aspects of abstract elementary
Logic Colloquium 2010: Accessible
categories and abstract elementary classes
Infinity Conference, CRM Barcelona, 2011: Categories
in abstract model theory
Charles University Algebra Seminar, Prague, 2012: Categorial Abstract Model Theory
Comenius University Mathematics Seminar, Bratislava, 2012: What is (abstract) model theory? (barely legible lecture notes)
Publications (preprints available upon request):
A topology for Galois types in abstract elementary classes. Math.
Log. Quart. 57, no. 2, pp. 204-216 (2011)
Category-theoretic aspects of AECs. Annals of Pure and Applied Logic,
vol. 162, no. 11, pp. 903-915 (2011).
Rank functions and partial stability spectra for tame AECs. To appear
in Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic.
Topological and category-theoretic aspects of abstract elementary classes.
Doctoral dissertation, University of Michigan, 2009.
note on AECs as accessible
categories, and vice versa (draft of August
representations of the lambda calculus. Undergraduate thesis, Reed