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Radek Honzik

radek-4-1.jpgRadek Honzik joined the Prague College staff in 2012, teaching advanced databases with an additional focus on the logical structure of programming and query languages. He is the holder of two Master's degrees - in General Mathematics and the English language, and Logic and Computational Linguistics. He also has a Ph.D. from the Charles University Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, where his dissertation dealt with problems in abstract mathematics (set theory). His research interests include advanced topics in set theory (on which he has published papers in several significant mathematical journals).

Publications (research):

  • Easton's theorem and large cardinals (joint with Sy D. Friedman), Annals of Pure and Applied Logic, 154(3), pp 191-208, 2008
  • Global singularization and the failure of SCH, Annals of Pure and Applied Logic, 161(7), pp 895-915, 2010
  • A characterization of lifting generics for Sacks-like forcings, Acta Universitatis Carolinae, Mathematica et Physica, 51, pp 49-55, 2010
  • A definable failure of the Singular Cardinal Hypothesis (joint with Sy D. Friedman), to appear in Israel Journal of Mathematics
  • Easton's theorem and large cardinals from the optimal hypothesis (joint with Sy D. Friedman) (revised), submitted
  • Fusion and large cardinal preservation (joint with Sy D. Friedman and Lyubomyr Zdomskyy), submitted
  • Supercompactness and Failures of GCH (joint with Sy D. Friedman), submitted

Publications (general audience)

  • Quick guide to independence results in set theory, Miscellanea Logica VII, pp. 89-131, 2009
  • How many numbers there are?, Prague College Research Bulletin, 2010/2


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School of Media & IT


PhD, Charles University
MSc, Charles University
MSc, Technical University of Liberec