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Dependent Type Theory

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Part of the TMS Symposium

What is a mathematical proof as a mathematical object? How do we axiomatize mathematics so that computers can check our proofs, or construct their own (my research)? This talk answers these questions using Dependent Type Theory, and I will show how complex modern mathematics can be built out of this simple starting language (all checked by a computer too). At the end I will discuss some of the exciting recent developments in Homotopy Type Theory.

This talk is part of the Trinity Mathematical Society series.

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