# Donald Brower

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PhD: Univeristy of Notre Dame - 2012

### PhD: Univeristy of Notre Dame - 2012

Advisor: Steve Buechler

Research Area: Logic

Year Started: 2005

For more information see Donald Brower's Personal Page.

### Research Interests:

Donald Brower's research interest is in model theory. He is interested in stability theory, classification of first-order theories, and simple theories.

### Courses Taught:

- Fall 2011: Statistics for Life Sciences
- Fall 2010: Instructor for Statistics for Life Sciences
- Fall 2009: Instructor for Finite Math
- Fall 2008: TA for Calculus II
- Summer 2007: Principles of Calculus

### Talks Given:

- Indiscernible Sequences and Simplicity, Notre Dame Logic Seminar, September 2011
- Independence Relations. Notre Dame Graduate Student Seminar, April 2010
- The Random Graph is Simple. Notre Dame Graduate Student Seminar, September 2008
- Groups Actions on Strongly Minimal Sets, Notre Dame Logic Seminar, February 2007

### Meetings Attended:

- June 2011, Recent Developments in Model Theory, Oleron, France
- April 2011, Midwest Model Theory Day, UIC
- January 2011, AMS/MAA Joint meetings, New Orleans
- June 2010, AMS Mathematics Research Communities workshop on Model Theory of Fields in Snowbird, UT
- May 2010, Graduate Student Conference in Logic at University of Wisconsin-Madison
- April 2010, Midwest Model Theory Day at University of Illinois-Chicago
- March 2010, Association for Symbolic Logic 2010 Annual Meeting in Washington, DC
- February 2010, Midwest Model Theory Day at University of Illinois-Chicago
- November 2009, Midwest Model Theory Meeting in Urbana-Champaign, IL
- July 2009, Logicum Urbanae Lugduni in Lyon, France.
- June 2009, Workshop on Finiteness Problems in Dynamical Systems at Fields Institute, University of Toronto.

### Other Activities:

- Attended the Thematic Program on o-minimal structures and Real Analytic Geometry at the Fields Institute in Toronto, Canada, Spring 2009.

### Publications

- Another Look at Stable Forking in 1-based Supersimple Theories, with C.D. Hill, submitted