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I am a Professor at the Department of Mathematics, University of Paris 7. I obtained a B.Sc. degree in 1982 from the University of Belgrade, Serbia and PhD degree in 1986 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. Before moving to Paris in 1994 I spent some time teaching in Pasadena, Berkeley, Toronto and Pittsburgh.

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My research interests predominantly fall into four areas:

Combinatorial Set Theory and Forcing

  • Forcing axioms, iterated forcing
  • Partitions relations and Ramsey Theory
  • Cardinal invariants of the continuum
  • Cardinal Arithmetic and Shelah's PCF Theory
  • Applications of Combinatorial Set Theory to Topology, Measure Theory and Banach Space Theory

Games and Infinitary Languages

  • Long Ehrenfeucht-Fraïssé Games and Infinitary Languages
  • Games on Boolean Algebras and Partial Orderings

Classification Problems and Definable Equivalence Relations

  • The structure of Definable Equivalence Relations
  • Complexity of various classification problems in Algebra and Analysis

Theoretical Computer Science

  • Complexity Theory
  • Derandomization of probabilistic algorithms and explicit constructions

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