Johanna Franklin, Hofstra University
Lowness for isomorphism and Turing degrees
A Turing degree is low for isomorphism if whenever it can compute an isomorphism between two countably presented structures, there is already a computable isomorphism between them and thus there is no need to use the degree as an oracle at all. I will discuss the types of degrees that are low for isomorphism and the extent to which this class of degrees has the same properties as other lowness classes.
This work is joint with Reed Solomon.