Professor, Department of Philosophy
Mathematical logic, set theory, and the philosophy of mathematics
Peter Koellner joined the department in 2003 after receiving his Ph.D from MIT. His main areas of research are mathematical logic - primarily set theory - and the philosophy of mathematics. He has teaching interests in the philosophy of physics, early analytic philosophy, and the philosophy of logic and language. He enjoys discussing a wide variety of philosophical topics.
In 2008, Professor Koellner was awarded a Kurt Gödel Centenary Research Prize Fellowship.