Michael Lambert

Category Theorist


About Me

I am a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Mount Allison University under Geoff Cruttwell. I am also an associate lecturer in the Mathematics Department at the University of Massachusetts-Boston.

My research is in higher category theory, specifically, double categories and their applications. I am also interested in 2-categories, toposes, and internal logic.

Here is my full CV.

Papers and Preprints

Discrete Double Fibrations Theory and Applications of Categories.

A Topos View of Blockchain Consensus Protocols, Preprint, 2021. Submitted to Compositionality

Double Categories of Relations, Preprint, 2021.

Discrete 2-Fibrations, Preprint, 2020. Submitted to Higher Structures

Recent Talks

Blockchain Safety in a Topos Ottawa Logic Seminar, December 2021

Discrete Double Fibrations CT20->21, September 2021

Characterizing Double Categories of Relations ACT 2021, July 2021