David Milovich’s research focuses on applications of set theory to compact homogeneous spaces and to order-theoretic properties of topological bases and boolean algebras.

He received his Ph.D. in 2009 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison under Kenneth Kunen. He is now an assistant professor at Texas A&M International University.

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Recent and upcoming talks by David Milovich

Winter School, Jan 31 – Feb 7, 2015

We are pleased to announce that the registration for the Winter School in Abstract Analysis, section Set Theory & Topology is now open. The conference will take place between Jan 31st and Feb 7th 2015 in Hejnice, Czech Republic. continue reading…

David Milovich: Davies trees and stratified inverse limits

Friday, July 20 at 1:30pm Fields institute, Stewart library Speaker: David Milovich (Texas A&M) Title: Davies trees and stratified inverse limits Abstract: A Davies tree is a method of performing transfinite recursive constructions longer than $\omega_1$ yet proceeding one countable piece at a time. continue reading…

2012 North American Annual ASL Meeting

The 2012 North American Annual Meeting will take place March 31–April 3, 2012 (University of Wisconsin Madison). Plenary Speakers A. Dow (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) J. Steel (Berkeley) I. continue reading…

5th Young Set Theory Workshop

The 2012 Young Set Theory Workshop will take place between April 30th and May 4th 2012 in Luminy, France. The aim of this conference is to bring together PhD students, postdocs and young researchers in Set Theory in order to learn from leading researchers in the field, hear about the latest research and to discuss research issues in a co-operative environment. continue reading…

David Milovich: On cofinal types in compacta: cubes, squares, and forbidden rectangles

Toronto Set Theory Seminar Friday, October 21 from 1:30 to 3pm Fields, room 210 or Library room Speaker: David Milovich (Texas A&M International) Title: On cofinal types in compacta: cubes, squares, and forbidden rectangles Abstract: In every compactum, not every point’s neighborhood filter has cofinal type omega times omega_2. continue reading…