Sherwood Hachtman
Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science University of Illinois at Chicago email: hachtma1 at uic dot edu office: SEO 616 CV Teaching in Spring 2019:
Math 210: Multivariable Calculus Math 300: Writing in Mathematics Office hours:
Monday 12-12:50 in SEO 616 Wednesday 3-3:50 in SEO 616 Monday 2-2:50 in MSLC (SES 3rd floor) or by appointment |

- The super tree property at the successor of a singular, with Dima Sinapova. Submitted.

- Sigma^0_3 Determinacy and Pi^1_2 monotone induction, to appear in Israel Journal of Mathematics.

- ITP, ISP and SCH, with Dima Sinapova. To appear in Journal of Symbolic Logic.

- Determinacy separations for class games, to appear in Archive for Mathematical Logic.

- Scattered sentences have few separable randomizations, with Uri Andrews, Isaac Goldbring, H. Jerome Kiesler, and David Marker. Submitted.

- Determinacy in third order arithmetic, Annals of Pure and Applied Logic, Vol. 168, Iss. 11 (Nov. 2017) pp. 2008-2021.

- Calibrating determinacy strength in levels of the Borel hierarchy, Journal of Symbolic Logic, Vol. 82, Iss. 2 (June 2017) pp. 510-548.

- Ultraproducts of finite alternating groups, with Paul Ellis, Scott Schneider, and Simon Thomas. Proceedings of RIMS Kokyuroku 1619 (2008), pp. 1-7.

- Determinacy, part of the 2015 UCLA Logic Center summer school.

- Forcing and Independence in Set Theory, part of the 2014 UCLA Logic Center summer school.

- Fall 2018 - Math 215: Introduction to Advanced Mathematics

- Fall 2018 - Math 210: Multivariable Calculus

- Spring 2018 - Math 430: Formal Logic

- Fall 2017 - Math 180: Calculus I

- Spring 2017 - Math 310: Applied Linear Algebra

- Fall 2016 - Math 512: Advanced topics in logic: Set theory of the reals

- Fall 2016 - Participating seminar on pcf & cardinal arithmetic

- Spring 2016 - Math 430: Formal logic

- Fall 2015 - Math 180: Calculus I

"A great scientist, when he was once asked how he managed to hit upon so much that was new, replied: "By keeping on thinking about it." And indeed it may safely be said that unexpected inspirations are produced by no other means than by the expectation of them. To no small extent they are a success due to character, permanent inclinations, unflagging ambition and persistent work. How boring such persistence must be! And then again, from another aspect, the solution of an intellectual problem comes about in a way not very different from what happens when a dog carrying a stick in its mouth tries to get through a narrow door: it will go on turning its head left and right until the stick slips through."—from Robert Musil,