# Blog Archives

# Topic Archive: Cornell

Cornell University

Richard Shore is the Goldwin Smith Professor of Mathematics at Cornell University, and is a past president of the Association for Symbolic Logic. He received his doctorate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1972, under the supervision of Gerald Sacks. At Cornell he has directed 16 doctoral theses and mentored a dozen postdoctoral scholars.

University of Connecticut

Reed Solomon is a Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Connecticut, studying computability theory. He received his doctorate from Cornell University in 1998, under the supervision of Richard Shore, and subsequently held postdoctoral positions at the University of Wisconsin and Notre Dame University.

Cornell University

Diana Ojeda Aristizabal is a Ph.D. candidate in mathematics at Cornell University, working with Justin Moore in the area of Ramsey theory and geometry of Banach spaces.

City University of New York

Russell Miller is professor of mathematics at Queens College of CUNY and also at the CUNY Graduate Center. He conducts research in mathematical logic, especially computability theory and its interaction with other areas of mathematics, as in computable model theory. He received his doctorate from the University of Chicago in 2000, as a student of Robert Soare, and subsequently held a postdoctoral position at Cornell University until 2003, when he came to CUNY.