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Friday, April 3, 2020

**Abstract:** A big part of mathematical activity revolves around classification problems. However, not every classification problem has a satisfactory solution, and some classification problems are more complicated than others. Dynamical properties such as generic ergodicity and turbulence are crucial in the development of a rich complexity theory for classification problems. In this talk we will review some of the existing anti-classification techniques and we will introduce a new obstruction for classification by orbit equivalence relations of TSI Polish groups; a topological group is TSI if it admits a compatible two side invariant metric. We will then show that the Wreath product of any two non-compact subgroups of $S_{\infty}$ admits an action whose orbit equivalence relation is generically ergodic with respect to orbit equivalence relations of TSI group actions.

This is joint work with Shaun Allison.