Lorenzo Galeotti

I am a lecturer and academic tutor at the Amsterdam University College.

My main research interests are set theory and descriptive set theory. I am currently interested in connecting the theory of real closed field extensions of the real numbers to set theory and generalised descriptive set theory. Moreover, I am also interested in the theory of surreal numbers and their application to set theory and transfinite computability theory.

I hold a PhD in mathematics (summa cum laude) which I obtained at the University of Hamburg, a Master of Science in Logic from the ILLC in Amsterdam, and a bachelor degree in computer science (cum laude) from the University of Pisa.

I am a member of the Council of the Association Computability in Europe (ACiE; 2020-2024)

I am one of the organisers of the set theory seminar at the ILLC in Amsterdam.

I was a runner up for the E.W.Beth Dissertation Prize in Logic, Language and Information 2020.

My complete CV is available here.