Kenneth Kunen

Professor Emeritus, University of Wisconsin
707 Van Vleck Hall
480 Lincoln Drive
Madison, WI 53706
Ph.D., Stanford University, 1968
Interests: set theory, automated deduction, topology, measure theory.

Courses Taught

Fall, 2005: Spring, 2006: Fall, 2006: Spring, 2007: Fall, 2007: Spring, 2008:

Research Summary

I work on set theory and its applications to various areas of mathematics, such as set-theoretic topology and measure theory, where many basic questions turn out to be independent of the usual axioms of set theory.

I also work on non-associative algebraic systems, such as loops, and use computers to derive theorems in these areas.


These are all in postscript. In some cases, pdf or dvi files can be provided if you email me.

0 -- 1994

1995 -- 1999

2000 -- 2004

2005 -- 2009

2010 -- ????

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