Peter J. Nyikos
Professor, Dept. of Mathematics, USC
This picture was taken at the 2008 Galway Colloquium.
Some other recent photos of me and many of my fellow topologists can be found at
J. Vaughan's seminar page.
You can also watch me delivering a talk on limits in several variables on
YouTube.
This was one of a series of lectures in higher mathematics known as the Carolina Math Seminar.
Another lecture on the same occasion was given by one of my former Ph.D. students,
Laszlo Zsilinszky (1998).
Ph.D., Carnegie-Mellon University, 1971 Research interests include: point-set topology, especially covering and base
properties of regular spaces, and the structure theory of locally compact
spaces; the application of special axioms from set
theory to constructing examples and establishing consistency and
independence results; and applications of point-set topology, especially
to Boolean algebras and functional analysis.
Click here for a slightly longer description
of some of my research interests.
My Curriculum Vitae
in pdf form
in ps form
Publications
Course Information
Seminars
Seminar in Topology and Set Theory,
Fall 2011
Seminar in Topology and Set Theory,
Fall 2007
Seminar in Set Theory and Logic,
Spring & Fall of 2006
- E-mail:
- nyikos @ math.sc.edu
- Mail:
- Peter J. Nyikos
Department of Mathematics
University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC 29208
USA
- Telephone:
- (803) 777-5134
- FAX:
- (803) 777-3783
USC, Department of Mathematics, Peter J. Nyikos
Peter J. Nyikos
Professor, Dept. of Mathematics, USC
This picture was taken at the 2008 Galway Colloquium.
Some other recent photos of me and many of my fellow topologists can be found at
J. Vaughan's seminar page.
You can also watch me delivering a talk on limits in several variables on
YouTube.
This was one of a series of lectures in higher mathematics known as the Carolina Math Seminar.
Another lecture on the same occasion was given by one of my former Ph.D. students,
Laszlo Zsilinszky (1998).
Ph.D., Carnegie-Mellon University, 1971 Research interests include: point-set topology, especially covering and base
properties of regular spaces, and the structure theory of locally compact
spaces; the application of special axioms from set
theory to constructing examples and establishing consistency and
independence results; and applications of point-set topology, especially
to Boolean algebras and functional analysis.
Click here for a slightly longer description
of some of my research interests.
My Curriculum Vitae
in pdf form
in ps form
Publications
Course Information
Math 242 (Fall, 2014)
Elementary Differential Equations
Math 554 (Summer I, 2014)
Analysis I
Math 241 (Spring, 2014)
Vector Calculus
Math 534 (Fall, 2013)
Elements of General Topology
Math 241 (Fall, 2013)
Vector Calculus
Math 546 (SummerII, 2013)
Algebraic Structures I
Math 544 (Spring, 2013) Linear algebra
Math 142 (Spring, 2013)
Calculus II
Math 546 (Fall, 2012)
Algebraic Structures I
Math 142 (Fall, 2012)
Calculus II
Math 554 (Summer I, 2012)
Analysis I
Math 141 (Spring 2012)
Calculus I
Math 738N (Spring 2012)
Topics in Topology (Set-theoretic Topology)
Math 241 (Fall, 2011)
Vector Calculus
Math 534 (Fall, 2011)
Elements of General Topology
Math 544 (Summer I, 2011) Linear Algebra
Math 550 (Fall, 2010)
Vector Analysis
Math 241 (Fall, 2010)
Vector Calculus
Math 731 (Spring, 2010)
General Topology II
Math 122 (Spring, 2010)
Calculus for Business and Social Sciences
Math 730 (Fall, 2009)
General Topology I
Math 768 (Fall 2006)Models of Set Theory
Math 760 (Spring 2006) Set Theory
Seminars
Seminar in Topology and Set Theory,
Fall 2011
Seminar in Topology and Set Theory,
Fall 2007
Seminar in Set Theory and Logic,
Spring & Fall of 2006
- E-mail:
- nyikos @ math.sc.edu
- Mail:
- Peter J. Nyikos
Department of Mathematics
University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC 29208
USA
- Telephone:
- (803) 777-5134
- FAX:
- (803) 777-3783