- snail mail:
Martin Goldstern DMG/Algebra, TU Wien Wiedner Hauptstrasse 8-10/104 A-1040 Wien Austria, Europe

- in person: My room number is DA 05 L18, but this won't help you much. Instead, go to the 5th floor of the Freihaus building, look for the color green, and consult our map.
- phone: (+43 1) 58801 10410
- Fax: (+43 1) 58801 11892

Also an outdated bibtex file is available.

I have also coauthored a book,
**The
Incompleteness Phenomenon** (an introduction
to mathematical logic). The book is published by
A.K.Peters.
It is now available in paperback.

- I organise the seminar of the algebra group
- Together with Reinhard Winkler I organized the lecture series Wissenswertes aus der Mathematik (1998-2009)
- Various lectures/seminars on mathematical logic, in particular set theory, model theory
- The introductory algebra lecture (2008, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2017)
- Exercises for beginners' courses in Linear Algebra (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015W, 2016)
- Basic math courses for computer scientists

I was one of the faculty members of the Doctoral Programme "Mathematical Logic in Computer Science"

can be found on a separate page.

I am head of the curriculum committee (Studienkommission) for "Technische Mathematik"; in October 2006 we introduced a new curriculum, consisting of four bachelor programs and six master programs. Later we changed our curricula to contain only 3 bachelor programs (2011) and 3 master programs (2012).

I was one of the organizers of the conference AAA 58, the 58th Workshop on general algebra (TU Wien, June 1999), and again of AAA 70 (TU Wien, May 2005).

I was on the local organizing committee for the Logic Colloquium 2001 (Uni Wien and TU Wien, August 2001), the annual European meeting of the Association for Symbolic Logic.

I was also involved in the preparation of Horizons of Truth, a 2006 meeting to commemorate the 100th birthday of Kurt Gödel.

I was on the program committee for the **Logic Colloquium 2009** (Sofia, Bulgaria; July 31-August 5, 2009).

With Jakob Kellner I organised the Special Session in Set Theory at the Logic Colloquium 2014 (part of the Vienna Summer of Logic).

Some of my free time I spend writing perl programs to help maintain Shelah's Archive.

Occasionally I contribute to Wikipedia. (You can find me easily if you know me well.)

- University of California, Berkeley (USA) [1986-88, 89-90, Ph.D. in 1991]
- Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel) [1989 and 1990/91],
- Bar Ilan University (Israel) [1991/92]
- Freie Universität Berlin [1992/93 and 1996/97]
- Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA (USA) [1995/96]
- Rutgers University, NJ (USA) [fall 1995]

I joined the faculty of TU Wien in November 1993.

My Ph.D. advisors in Berkeley were Jack Silver and Haim Judah. My ancestors on the Silver side include Robert Vaught and Alfred Tarski, and those on the Judah side include Abraham (Adolf) Fraenkel, Leopold Kronecker (fancy that!), and again Dirichlet and his forefathers.

Here is my full academic family tree.

[If you can read this line, you are probably not using a M$ product. Good.]