Jing Zhang (张倞)
I'm a postdoc at Bar-Ilan University, hosted by Assaf Rinot, supported by the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
I got my PhD from Carnegie Mellon University, under James Cummings.
Before that, I studied in the National University of Singapore as an undergraduate.
My research interests are in set theory, including infinite combinatorics, large cardinals, forcing theory etc. But my curiosity in general is broad.
Contact: jingzhan AT alumni dot cmu dot edu
Papers, preprints, or notes
- (with Omer Ben-Neria) Compactness and Guessing Principles in the Radin Extensions
- (with Assaf Rinot) Strongest transformations
- (with Shimon Garti) Stationary and Closed Rainbow subsets , Annals of Pure and Applied Logic, Volume 172, Issue 2, 2021
(with Assaf Rinot) Transformations of the transfinite plane , Forum of Mathematics, Sigma, 9, E16
Reflection Principles, GCH and the Uniformization Properties
Monochromatic Sumset without the Use of Large Cardinals , Fundamenta Mathematicae 250 (2020) , 243-252
Some Remarks on Uncountable Rainbow Ramsey Theory
- Rado's Conjecture and its Baire Version, Journal of Mathematical Logic, Vol. 20, No. 01, 1950015 (2020)
A Tail Cone Version of the Halpern-Läuchli Theorem at a Large Cardinal, Journal of Symbolic Logic, Volumne 84, Issue 2, pp. 473-496 (2019)
(with Rupert Hölzl, Dilip Raghavan and Frank Stephan)
Weakly Represented Families in Reverse Mathematics, In: Day A., Fellows M., Greenberg N., Khoussainov B., Melnikov A., Rosamond F. (eds) Computability and Complexity. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 10010. Springer, Cham, Pages 160-187
- (with Kenshi Miyabe and André Nies) Using Almost-Everywhere Theorems from Analysis to Study Randomness, Bulletin of Symbolic Logic, Vol 22, Issue 3, Sept 2016, Pages 305-331. Publisher Version