Presented by: 
Gyula Karolyi, UQ
Tue 17 Sep, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Room 442, Building 67

In the first part of this talk I reviewed some history of set addition and the method of group extensions that may be used to extend results to non-commutative groups.

In this second part I will be more specific about the new result we can prove and sketch the other part of the story, which involves a little model theory, a rectification principle based on the geometry of numbers, and the polynomial method.

This talk will be accessible also for those who missed the first part.