Yiannis (John) Nicolas Moschovakis

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Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison 1963 UnitedStates
Dissertation: Recursive Analysis
Mathematics Subject Classification: 03—Mathematical logic and foundations

Advisor: Stephen Cole Kleene

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Howard BeckerUniversity of California, Los Angeles1979
Joseph BuschUniversity of California, Los Angeles2008
Chen-Lian ChuangUniversity of California, Los Angeles1982
Clinton ConleyUniversity of California, Los Angeles2009
Michel de RougemontUniversity of California, Los Angeles1983
Diana DubrovskyUniversity of California, Los Angeles1971
Benedict FreedmanUniversity of California, Los Angeles1970
Carl GordonUniversity of California, Los Angeles1968
Vassilis GregoriadesUniversity of Athens2009
Gregory JonesUniversity of California, Los Angeles1972
Eleni KalyvianakiUniversity of Athens2007
Alexander KechrisUniversity of California, Los Angeles197240
Lefteris KirousisUniversity of California, Los Angeles197813
Phokion KolaitisUniversity of California, Los Angeles19787
Steven LindellUniversity of California, Los Angeles1987
Monica McArthurUniversity of California, Los Angeles1995
Gregory McColmUniversity of California, Los Angeles1986
Thomas Mc CutcheonUniversity of California, Los Angeles1971
Lawrence MossUniversity of California, Los Angeles198412
Robert PhillipsUniversity of California, Los Angeles19682
David ShochatUniversity of California, Los Angeles1972
Perry SmithUniversity of California, Los Angeles1970
Katherine St. JohnUniversity of California, Los Angeles1995
Peter TripodesUniversity of California, Los Angeles1968
Glen WhitneyUniversity of California, Los Angeles1994

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