RNDr. Tomáš Pazák Ph.D.
Phone: +420 221 183 538
After two years of successful studies on Faculty of Mechanical Engineering on Czech Technical University in Prague T. Pazák switch to Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague, where he defended diploma thesis M. Bell's Construction of Topological Spaces and Stone Duality (in Czech Bellova konstrukce topologických prostorů a Stoneova dualita) (Mgr. 2001). During 2001--2006 T. Pazák undergo Ph.D. studies at Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague under a supervision of B. Balcar (RNDr. 2003), where he submitted and defended Ph.D. Thesis Exhaustive Structures on Boolean Algebras (Ph.D. 2007). In 2006 T. Pazák was one of organizers of Prague Topological Symposium TOPOSYM 2006. Presently he is together with B. Balcar dealing with mathematical structures (mainly topological and combinatorial) on Boolean algebras and with their forcing properties. In this respect T. Pazák is interested in the philosophical background of classical set theory and subsequently in philosophy of mathematics and generally philosophy of science. His other interests mainly lies in IT and world cinematography.
Pazák, Tomáš; Ajvaz, Michal; Benediktová Větrovcová, Marie; Beran, Ondřej; Holeček, Miroslav; Chvatík, Ivan; Kotecký, Roman ; Krtouš, Pavel; Kuneš, Jan ; Kůrka, Petr; Matoušek, Alexander; Trlifajová, Kateřina; Velický, Bedřich (2011): Spor o matematizaci světa
Červený Kostelec, Pavel Mervart 2011. [detail]
Archive for Mathematical Logic