Tag Archives: Patrick Massot

Lean 2022 round-up

A brief survey post containing some of the things which happened in the Lean community in 2022. The Liquid Tensor Experiment In December 2020, Fields Medallist Peter Scholze challenged the formal computer proof community to verify one of his theorems … Continue reading

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The Sphere Eversion Project

Patrick Massot has written a blueprint for sphere eversion. This marks the beginning of a community formalisation project. Continue reading

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Lean does not (yet) have real manifolds.

Lean does not yet have real manifolds, but there has been recent progress. Continue reading

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Perfectoid spaces!

Patrick Massot, Johan Commelin and I finished our definition of a perfectoid space in Lean! Patrick and Johan are professional mathematicians like me, not Imperial undergraduates, but I am sufficiently excited about the project that I couldn’t stop myself blogging … Continue reading

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