Alexei Kolesnikov | Towson University


Professor & Applied Mathematics Lab Director

Education

Ph.D., Mathematics
Carnegie Mellon University
B.S. & M.S., Mathematics
Novosibirsk State University

Areas of Expertise

Algebra
Mathematical Logic
Model Theory

Recent Publications

  • Homology of types in stable theories and the Hurewitz correspondence (with J. Goodrick and B. Kim), Annals of Pure and Applied Logic 168 (2017), 1710-1728.
  • Interpolation properties of C1 quadratic splines on hexagonal cells (with L. Allen*, K. Borst*, B. Claiborne*, and K. Pilewski*), Computer Aided Geometric
    Design 
    45 (2016), 73-82.
  • Canonical forking in AECs (with W. Boney, R. Grossberg, S. Vasey), Annals of Pure and Applied Logic 167 (2016), 590-613.
  • The Hanf number for amalgamation of coloring classes (with C. Lambie-Hanson), Journal of Symbolic Logic 81 (2016), 570-583.
  • Type-amalgamation properties and polygroupoids in stable theories (with J. Goodrick and B. Kim),  Journal of Mathematical Logic 15 (2015), #1550004 (45 pages).
  • Multivariate C1– continuous splines on the Alfeld split of a simplex (with T. Sorokina), Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics 83 (2014), 283-294.

* TU undergraduate student


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