**Contact Information:**

Robin Tucker-Drob

Rutgers University Mathematics Department

Hill Center for the Mathematical Sciences

110 Frelinghuysen Rd.,

Piscataway, NJ 08854-8019

rtuckerd at math dot rutgers dot edu

**About me:**

• I am an NSF Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellow based here at Rutgers since the summer of 2013. Here is my cv.

• Here is some of my application material from the fall of 2012.

### Papers

*Invariant means and the structure of inner amenable groups*, Submitted. pdf*Borel structurability on the 2-shift of a countable group*, (with Brandon Seward), Preprint. pdf*Invariant random subgroups of strictly diagonal limits of finite symmetric groups*, (with Simon Thomas), Bull. London Math. Soc. (2014) 46 (5): 1007-1020. pdf*Brooks's Theorem for measurable colorings*, (with Clinton Conley and Andrew Marks), Preprint. pdf*Shift-minimal groups, fixed price 1, and the unique trace property*, Submitted. pdf*Mixing actions of countable groups are almost free*, To appear in Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. pdf*Weak equivalence and non-classifiability of measure preserving actions*, To appear in Ergodic Theory and Dynam. Systems. pdf*On a co-induction question of Kechris*, (with Lewis Bowen), Israel J. of Math, 194 (2013), no. 1, 209-224. pdf*Ultraproducts of measure preserving actions and graph combinatorics*, (with Clinton Conley and Alexander Kechris), Ergodic Theory and Dynam. Systems 33 (2013), no. 2, 334-374. pdf*The complexity of classification problems in ergodic theory*, (with Alexander Kechris), Appalachian Set Theory: 2006-2012; J. Cummings and E. Schimmerling. eds., London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series, Cambridge University Press (2013) pdf

Papers in preparation:

*One-ended subforests and strong treeability of groups with planar Cayley graphs*, (with Clinton Conley, Damien Gaboriau, and Andrew Marks)

*Invariant random subgroups of inductive limits of fnite alternating groups*(with Simon Thomas)

*On the Chifan-Ioana Solid Ergodicity Theorem*

*The space of stable weak equivalence classes of measure preserving actions*(with Lewis Bowen)

*A topologically highly transitive action of the free group*

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### Teaching

**Current Teaching:**

- Fall 2014: Math 435, Geometry. Course webpage

**Past Teaching:**

- Spring 2013: TA for Math/CS 117c. Computability Theory..
- Winter 2013: TA for Math/CS 117b. Computability Theory..
- Fall 2012: TA for Math/CS 117a. Computability Theory..
- Winter 2012: TA for Math 1c Analytical. Calculus of several variables.
- Winter 2011: TA for Math 1b Analytical. Linear algebra..
- Fall 2011: TA for Math 1a. Freshman Mathematics.
- Spring 2011: Math/CS 117c Computability Theory
- Winter 2011: TA for Math/CS 117b Computability Theory
- Fall 2010: TA for Math/CS 117a Computability Theory
- Spring 2010: TA for Math 116c Mathematical Logic and Axiomatic Set Theory
- Winter 2010: TA for Math 116b Mathematical Logic and Axiomatic Set Theory
- Fall 2009: TA for Math 2a Practical Track
- Spring 2009: TA for Mathh 1c Analytic Track
- Winter 2009: TA for Math 1b Practical Track
- Fall 2008: Math 1a

### Slides

A von Neumann algebra free proof of solid ergodicity for Bernoulli shifts - Slides from the Descriptive Set Theory Workshop at ESI.Shift-minimal groups and cost - Slides from the Logic In Southern California V meeting at UC Irvine.

Shift-minimal groups - Slides from the Fields Institute Workshop on Applications to Operator Algebras.

Ultraproducts of measure preserving actions and graph combinatorics - Slides from Caltech-UCLA Logic Seminar.

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