About
My full name is Morenikeji Neri, but I usually go by Keji. I am a third year PhD student (starting my studies in October 2021) in the University of Bath's Mathematical Foundations of Computation group, under the supervision of Thomas Powell. My main area of research involves using tools from logic to study different areas of mathematics such as, functional analysis and probability theory. I am also interested in computability theory and formalization using the proof assistant Lean (check out some of my work).
- Birthday: 4 April 1999
- City: London/Bath
- Age: 25
- Email: mn728@bath.ac.uk
Recent thoughts and news
- 01/07/2024: My latest paper, A quantitative Robbins-Siegmund theorem, (jww Thomas Powell), is now on arXiv.
- 01/07/2024: My latest paper, On quantitative convergence for stochastic processes: Crossings, fluctuations and martingales (jww Thomas Powell), is now on arXiv.
- 27/06/2024: My latest paper, Quantitative Strong Laws of Large Numbers, is now on arXiv.
- 18/06/2024: I gave a talk in the Sixth Southern and Midlands Logic Seminar at the University of Oxford, Oxford.
- 17/05/2024: I have just returned from a week at Oberwolfach visiting and working with Pedro Pinto.
- 05/03/2024: My latest paper, Proof mining and probability theory (jww Nicholas Pischke), is now on arXiv.
- 11/10/2023: I have been awarded the OWLG grant to attend the Mathematical Logic: Proof Theory, Constructive Mathematics workshop at Oberwolfach. See you in the Black Forest!
- 09/05/2023: I have been invited to give a talk in the Second Meeting of the Southern Logic Seminar at UCL, London.
- 16/03/2023: I have been invited to give a talk in the special session on applied proof theory at Logic Colloquium 2023. See you in Milan!
Papers
Preprints:
- A quantitative Robbins-Siegmund theorem.
Morenikeji Neri and Thomas Powell.
(arXiv) Submitted, 2024, 30pp. - On quantitative convergence for stochastic processes: Crossings, fluctuations and martingales.
Morenikeji Neri and Thomas Powell.
(arXiv) Submitted, 2024, 42pp. - Quantitative Strong Laws of Large Numbers.
Morenikeji Neri.
(arXiv) Submitted, 2024, 25pp. - Proof mining and probability theory.
Morenikeji Neri and Nicholas Pischke.
(arXiv) Submitted, 2024, 48pp.
Publications:
Selected invited and contributed Talks
- Sixth Southern and Midlands Logic Seminar, the University of Oxford, Oxford, 18 June 2024.
Talk: An Introduction to Proof Mining Metatheorems Through the Lens of Probability Theory (slides). - Mathematical Logic: Proof Theory, Constructive Mathematics 20203, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Oberwolfach , 13 November - 17 November 2023.
Talk: Quantitative probability from a logician's perspective: the law of large numbers (slides). - Logic Colloquium 2023, University of Milan, Milan, 5 June - 9 June 2023.
Talk: Proof mining: a journey from deterministic convergence to probabilistic (slides)(extendend abstract). - Second Meeting of the Southern Logic Seminar, UCL, London, 16 May 2023.
Talk: The strong law of large numbers and computability (slides). - 4th International Workshop on Proof Theory, Utrecht University, Utrecht, 11 November - 12 November 2022.
Talk: A computational study of a class of recursive inequalities (slides)(extendend abstract). - Lab Lunch, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, 17 March 2022.
Talk: Specker sequences and their relevance to Proof Mining (slides).
Teaching
I tutor a range of STEM subjects, at undergraduate level and below, privately (usually online) and I do some teaching for the University of Bath. Here is a list of the courses I have taught at the University of Bath.
- 2022: I tutored the Logic and semantics of programming languages module