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Elena Nogina
The City University of New York
Dr. Elena Y. Nogina has authored more than sixty papers in mathematical logic and computability theory. She was a tenured professor for many years at Moscow University. She also held a research position at the Computing Center of the USSR Academy of Sciences, as well as visiting professorships at the University of Montpellier, France, and at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Since moving to the United States, Dr. Nogina has been teaching mathematics at CUNY, first at Lehman College and then at BMCC. Her current research interests include modal logics of provability and proofs, and their applications in the mathematical theory of knowledge and game theory. Since her appointment to BMCC in 2004, Dr. Nogina has been the recipient of research grants from different agencies, including the National Science Foundation. She was recently a visiting scholar at the University of Bern, Switzerland, and Cornell University.
Melvin Fitting
Lehman College - CUNY Graduate Center
Lehman College Professor Melvin Fitting received the Herbrand Award of 2012 for his groundbreaking contributions to the field of automated theorem proving, which focuses on getting computer programs to prove logical and mathematical deductions.