Ivan Tomasic is a Senior Lecturer in Pure Mathematics at Queen Mary University of London.
He is interested in mathematical logic/model theory and its interactions with algebraic geometry and number theory. More specifically, he has done a lot of work on the model theory of difference fields, as well as difference algebra, formulating the foundations of difference algebraic geometry. Recently, he has developed an interest in category theory and topos theory from both geometric and logical perspective.
Following his PhD at the University of Edinburgh, he held positions in Leeds, Lyon and Zagreb, joining QMUL in 2007.
- (2018), Strongly étale difference algebras and Babbitt’s decomposition Journal of Algebra(2018), Direct twisted Galois stratification Annals of Pure and Applied Logic undefined(2016), Twisted galois stratification Nagoya Mathematical Journal undefined(2016), Model Theory $journal undefined(2015), Galois stratification and ACFA Annals of Pure and Applied Logic undefined(2013), A twisted theorem of Chebotarev Proc. London Math. Soc. undefined(2011), Twisted Galois stratification CR MATH undefined(2011), On braided zeta functions Bull. Math. Sci. undefined(2009), Fields with measure and automorphism B LOND MATH SOC undefined(2009), A twisted theorem of Chebotarev CR MATH undefined(2006), Independence, measure and pseudofinite fields SEL MATH-NEW SER undefined(2005), ACFA and measurability SEL MATH-NEW SER undefined(2004), A new Weil cohomology theory B LOND MATH SOC undefined(2004), Constructing an almost hyperdefinable group Journal of Mathematical Logic undefined(2004), Exponential sums in pseudofinite fields and applications ILLINOIS J MATH undefined(2003), Applications of the group configuration theorem in simple theories Journal of Mathematical Logic undefined