# Christian Rosendal

Professor of Mathematics

Department of Mathematics

University of Maryland - College Park

Mathematical logician by training, my research spans several different branches of logic, including descriptive set theory and model theory. While some early papers focused on descriptive classification theory, most of my recent work has been aimed at using tools from mathematical logic such as Ramsey theory, infinite games of perfect information and model theory to analyse objects originating in other parts of mathematics such as Banach spaces, C*-algebras, topological transformation groups and dynamical systems.

## Education:

Ph.D., Mathematics, Equipe d'Analyse Fonctionnelle, Sorbonne Université (formerly Paris 6), 2003. Advised by Alain Louveau.

Cand. Scient., Mathematics, University of Oslo, 2002.

Diplôme d'études approfondies, Mathematical Logic, Université Paris Cité (formerly Paris 7), 2000.

## Employment:

Professor of Mathematics, University of Maryland - College Park, since August 2021.

Program Director, Analysis Program, National Science Foundation, 2019-2021

Assistant, associate and full Professor of Mathematics, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2008-21.

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2005-08.

Harry Bateman Research Instructor, California Institute of Technology, 2003-05.

## Contact:

Department of Mathematics

University of Maryland

Telephone: 301 405 5133

Office: 3112 Kirwan Hall

## Mailing address:

4176 Campus Drive - William E. Kirwan Hall

College Park, MD 20742-4015

United States