Biography

My research interest is in mathematical logic, specifically set theory and its connections with other fields of mathematics, such as model theory, topology, measure theory, analysis and combinatorics.

Within set theory, I have mostly worked on forcing, large cardinals, pcf theory and infinite combinatorics, but other subjects interest me as well. Outside of set theory, I am interested in logic as a modeling tool in a wide range of topics.

Personal Website: https://mdzamonja.wixsite.com/mirna

Follow this link for details of current PhD opportunites in Mathematics. But feel free to email me to discuss projects outside these areas and alternative sources of funding.

 

Follow this link for details of current PhD opportunites in Mathematics

Career

Ph.D., Mathematics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA , 1993.
M.Sc., Mathematics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA , 1990.
B.Sc., Mathematics, University of Sarajevo , Yugoslavia (Bosnia & Herzegovina), 1988.

POSTS
Postdoctoral Fellow, Hebrew University of Jerusalem 1993-1995
Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1995-1998
University of East Anglia, 1998-present

Academic Background

I work in mathematical logic, more specifically in set theory and its relations with other subjects of mathematics. For example, I have done work in model theory, topology, measure theory, Banach space theory, combinatorics and the theory of orders. I am also interested in connections with computer sciences and philosophy. 

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