Students

Dissertation committees as Chair or Co-Chair

Graduated

Reid Dale - 2022 PhD in Logic and the Methodology of Science, UC Berkeley (co-Chaired with Thomas Scanlon). First position after graduation: Aarrestad Research Consulting, LLC.

Yifeng Ding - 2021 PhD in Logic and the Methodology of Science, UC Berkeley. Thesis: Propositional Quantification and Comparison in Modal Logic. First position after graduation: Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Peking University.

Kentaro Yamamoto - 2020 PhD in Logic and the Methodology of Science, UC Berkeley. Thesis: Duality for Boolean Algebra Expansions and Its Applications. First position after graduation: postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Computer Science of the Czech Academy of Sciences.

Alex Kocurek - 2018 PhD in Logic and the Methodology of Science, UC Berkeley (co-Chaired with Seth Yalcin). Thesis: What Can You Say? Measuring the Expressive Power of Languages. First position after graduation: Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Cornell University.


In Progress

Raha Ahmadian - PhD candidate in Logic and the Methodology of Science, UC Berkeley

Ahmee Marshall-Christensen - PhD student in Logic and the Methodology of Science, UC Berkeley

Guillaume Massas - PhD candidate in Logic and the Methodology of Science, UC Berkeley


MA thesis committees as Chair

Graduated

Isabella Carlsson - 2021 MA in Philosophy. Thesis: A Normative Assessment of Reinforcement via MLE-Rationalizability. First position after graduation: policy analyst at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.

Pen Long - 2020 MA in Mathematics. Thesis: Possibility and Impossibility for Approval-Preference Voting Rules. First position after graduation: software engineer.


Dissertation committees as additional member

Graduated

Russell Buehler - 2019 PhD in Logic and the Methodology of Science, UC Berkeley. Thesis: A Logical Theory of Confirmation. First position after graduation: Visiting Fellow at the Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science.

Ethan Jerzak - 2019 PhD in Philosophy, UC Berkeley. Thesis: Paradox in Thought and Natural Language. First position after graduation: Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the National University of Singapore.

James Walsh - 2020 PhD in Logic and the Methodology of Science, UC Berkeley. Thesis: Reflection Principles and Ordinal Analysis. First position after graduation: Klarman Postdoctoral Fellow at Cornell University.