Salma Kuhlmann's

Curriculum Vitae (until July 1st 2009)



EDUCATION

HONOURS and GRANTS POSITIONS TEACHING RECORD
  1. Linear Algebra Math 266 (for honours students) (3 cu)
  2. Linear Algebra Math 264 (3 cu)
  3. Algebra Math 360 (for honours students, 6 cu): group theory, ring theory, field theory
  4. Algebra Math 862 (for graduate students, 3 cu): Galois Theory
  5. Number Theory Math 364 (3 cu)
  6. Linear Algebra and Geometry Math 358 (6 cu)
  7. Real Analysis Math 371 (for honours students, 3 cu)
  8. Topics in Algebra Math 872 (graduate students and faculty, 6cu) : On Ordered Exponential Fields.
  9. Abstract Algebra Math 363 (3 cu)
  10. Calculus Math 101 (3cu)
  11. Topics in Algebra Math 872 (graduate students and faculty, 3cu) : Ordered Structures.
  12. Calculus for Pharmacy Math 115 (3cu)
  13. Calculus Math 116 Integration Theory (3cu)
POST-GRADUATE, GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWS

GRADUATE STUDENTS NSERC UNDERGRADUATE AWARDEES RESEARCH INTERESTS

Algebra, mathematical logic, and analysis. I am working in: field theory (ordered fields, valued fields, exponential fields, Hardy fields), model theoretic algebra (o-minimal structures, exponential-logarithmic power series, transexponential functions), ordered algebraic structures (lexicographic orderings, ordered vector spaces), models of open induction (primes and irreducibles in exponential integer parts), real algebraic geometry (Positivstellensätze, Moment Problems).
Further interest in: differential fields, models of arithmetic, geometric model theory.

COMMITTEE WORK

CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION EDITORIAL:

RESEARCH SEMINARS and WORKSHOPS ORGANIZATION

RESEARCH VISITS

SELECTED INVITED TALKS AND CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION

Academic Year 2007-2008

Academic Year 2006-2007 Academic Year 2005-2006 Academic Year 2004-2005 Academic Year 2003-2004 Academic Year 2002-2003 Academic Year 2001-2002 Academic Year 2000-2001 Academic Year 1999-2000 Academic Year 1997-1998 Academic Year 1996-1997 Academic Year 1995-1996 Academic Year 1994-1995 Academic Years 1990-1994 Talks held at the Fields Institute, Toronto, 1996-97:


Last updated March 2, 2010