Natasha Dobrinen

I am a set theorist working on interactions between logic, combinatorics, and topology. Before coming to the University of Notre Dame, I was a professor at the University of Denver and held postdoc positions at the Kurt Goedel Research Institute for Mathematical Logic under the mentorship of O. Univ. Professor Sy-David Friedman and The Pennsylvania State University under the mentorship of Professor Stephen G. Simpson. I earned a PhD at the University of Minnesota under the supervision of Professor Karel Prikry. While earning my bachelors degree in math at UC Berkeley, I completed an Honors Thesis under the direction of Professor Richard E. Borcherds. Current research focuses include Ramsey theory of infinite structures, the structures of compact spaces, and applications of set-theoretic methods in their analysis.