Russell Miller

 

Professor
Department of Mathematics
Queens College - City University of New York
65-30 Kissena Blvd.
Flushing, NY 11367 U.S.A.
(718)-997-5853
Russell DOT Miller AT qc DOT cuny DOT edu

Ph.D. Programs in Mathematics and Computer Science
Graduate Center - City University of New York
365 Fifth Avenue.
New York, NY 10016 U.S.A.

Office (Queens College): Kiely 404
Office (CUNY Graduate Center): GC 4432

Spring 2020 office hours (at Graduate Center): Tuesdays 5:30 - 6:30 & Thursdays 4:30 - 5:30.

With CUNY moving to distance learning for the rest of Spring 2020, here are links to files of online classes and problem sessions in the Graduate Center course Math 712:
March 19, part 1
March 19, part 2
March 19, part 3.
March 24, part 1
March 24, part 2
March 26, part 1
March 26, part 2
March 31, part 1
March 31, part 2
April 2, part 1
April 2, part 2
April 2, part 3
April 7, part 1
April 7, part 2
April 7, part 3
April 21, part 1
April 21, part 2
April 21, part 3
April 23, part 2
April 23, part 3
April 28, part 1
April 28, part 2
April 30, part 1
May 5, part 1
May 5, part 2
May 7, part 1
May 7, part 2
May 7, part 3
May 12, part 1
May 15, part 1
May 15, part 2

My Curriculum Vitae



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Courses Taught

Research and Publications

Slides from my Talks

I serve as one of two Secretary-Treasurers for the Association for Symbolic Logic. The other is Prof. Reed Solomon, of the University of Connecticut. Among other duties, I handle applications for ASL sponsorship of logic conferences around the world: click here for more information.

I am an organizer for the CUNY Logic Workshop. In addition, here is a link to other logic seminars at the CUNY Graduate Center.

I am on the Editorial Board of Computability, the journal of the Association Computability in Europe, and also serve on the Steering Committee for that Association.

In Autumn 2020, I am a co-organizer of the program Decidability, Definability, and Computability in Number Theory at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute in Berkeley, CA. This program is taking place principally online, due to the covid-19 pandemic.