Peter Barendse attended the University of Vermont and received his PhD in mathematics from Boston University in 2010. The topic of his doctoral dissertation was combinatorial large cardinal hypotheses. He has published articles online and in The Journal of the Mathematical Society of Japan. His scholarly interests are mathematical logic, dynamical systems, theoretical computer science, physics, philosophy, and economics. Besides these, he enjoys teaching, playing sports, debating, watching and making movies, and traveling. Peter is a faculty member at the Wolfram Science Summer School and Mathematica Summer Camp.
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