Kostas Beros

About

I am an assistant teaching professor in the math department at Miami University. I have a BA from UC Berkeley (2005) and a PhD from the University of Wisconsin (2013). Before joining Miami University in Fall 2017, I was a postdoc at the University of North Texas.

I am a mathematical logician. My research interests include descriptive set theory, computability theory and topological groups.

My brother Achilles Beros is a fellow logician as well as a photographer.

I am a mathematical logician. My research interests include descriptive set theory, computability theory and topological groups.

My brother Achilles Beros is a fellow logician as well as a photographer.

Contact

Office: | 240 Bachelor Hall | |

Office hours: | TuTh 4-6 pm | |

and by appointment | ||

Email: | berosk@miamioh.edu |

Teaching

This term (spring 2020), I am teaching MTH 251 (calculus II). Further information is available on the Canvas page for the course.

**Past teaching at Miami:**

Fall 2019: precalculus (MTH 125), calculus I (MTH 151)

Summer 2019: calculus II (MTH 251) online

Spring 2019: precalculus (MTH 104), linear algebra (MTH 222)

Fall 2018: precalculus (MTH 104)

Spring 2018: linear algebra (MTH 222)

Fall 2017: calculus I (MTH 151)

**Past teaching at UNT:**

Spring 2017: calculus I, vector calculus

Fall 2016: calculus I

Summer 2016: calculus I and II

Spring 2016: calculus II

Fall 2015: calculus I

Spring 2015: graduate set theory

Fall 2014: real analysis

Spring 2014: linear algebra

Fall 2013: calculus II

Fall 2019: precalculus (MTH 125), calculus I (MTH 151)

Summer 2019: calculus II (MTH 251) online

Spring 2019: precalculus (MTH 104), linear algebra (MTH 222)

Fall 2018: precalculus (MTH 104)

Spring 2018: linear algebra (MTH 222)

Fall 2017: calculus I (MTH 151)

Spring 2017: calculus I, vector calculus

Fall 2016: calculus I

Summer 2016: calculus I and II

Spring 2016: calculus II

Fall 2015: calculus I

Spring 2015: graduate set theory

Fall 2014: real analysis

Spring 2014: linear algebra

Fall 2013: calculus II

Research papers

(preprint)

(submitted for publication)

(submitted for publication)

(**Archive for Mathematical Logic**, vol. 57, no. 7-8, pp. 795-807, 2018)

(submitted for publication)

(**Journal of Symbolic Logic**, vol. 82, no. 1, pp. 247-257, 2017)

(**Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic**, vol. 58, no. 2, pp. 215-220, 2017)

(**Fundamenta Mathematicae**, vol. 232, no. 1, pp. 65-78, 2016)

(**Journal of Symbolic Logic**, vol. 79, no. 4, pp. 1148-1183, 2014)

Slides from talks

(October 20, 2018)

(March 4, 2017)

(February 24, 2017)

(May 25, 2016)