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Matthew Harrison-Trainor
University of California Berkeley
Matthew Harrison-Trainor is a doctoral student at the University of California at Berkeley, studying computability, computable model theory, and model theory. His advisor is Prof. Antonio Montalban.
Rahim Moosa
University of Waterloo
Rahim Moosa received his doctorate in 2001 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, with Anand Pillay as his advisor. After a series of postdoctoral positions, he joined the faculty at the University of Waterloo, where he is now Associate Professor. He studies model theory, especially in relation to differential algebra, fields, and number theory.
Chris Conidis
College of Staten Island - CUNY
Prof. Conidis received his Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Chicago in 2009, under the supervision of Denis Hirschfeldt, Antonio Montalban, and Robert Soare, and subsequently held postdoctoral positions at the University of Waterloo and at Vanderbilt University. His work applies techniques of computability theory to problems in algebra, analysis, and combinatorics. He is now an Assistant Professor at the College of Staten Island in CUNY.
Moshe Kamensky
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Moshe Kamensky is a postdoc in model theory at the Mathematics department of The Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel, working with Ehud Hrushovski.
Johanna Franklin
Hofstra University
Prof. Franklin has been an Assistant Professor in the mathematics department of Hofstra University since 2014. She studies algorithmic randomness and recursion theory, with applications in probability and ergodic theory. She received her doctorate from the University of California-Berkeley, under the supervision of Ted Slaman, and has taught at the University of Connecticut, Dartmouth College, the University of Waterloo, and the National University of Singapore.