Mikhail Katz


My mom z"l took this photo

email: x@math.biu.ac.il where x=katzmik
phone: (+972) 3-531-8194
office: room 227


Recent publications by Mikhail Katz

Arithmetic, Geometry, and Topology (AGT) Seminar: current schedule

Publications on infinitesimals


Mikhail G. Katz's articles on arXiv

http://www1.biu.ac.il/seker_horaah

mathscinet

Department of Mathematics of Bar Ilan University, bird's eye view from Google Scholar see also this and this

mincha at BIU

Sherut lemartzeh

Academic calendar for '15-'16

login to erdos via planet.cs

My academic whakapapa can be traced back to Leibniz

Fermat book in djvu

Teaching:

Infinitesimal Calculus 89-132 (fall semester)
Axiomatic geometry course 88-537 (fall semester)

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Projective geometry course 88-524 (spring semester)
Analytic and differential geometry course 88-201 (formerly 88-526) (spring semester)
Differential geometry course 88-826 (spring semester)
Complex function course 88-231 (spring semester)

Menachos 27A (shiur daf yomi)

webmail

Plazagate: Park Plaza Retirement (Chicago) and its amazing electronic door.

IMU talk in .pdf format

FAQ: When is .999... less than 1?

A website for systolic geometry and topology


Current kashrus status of the faculty cafeteria in the irgun hasegel building on the Ramat Gan campus of Bar Ilan University

Bar Ilan Mathematics Colloquium: '08-'09 schedule

Bnei Braq

Rav Zaks's Daf Yomi shiur at beineinu

Daf yomi shiur at kol halashon

Segal on Chofetz Chaim day 69A, day 69B

My Erdos number is 3:
Mikhail Katz coauthored with Vladimir Kanovei Proofs and retributions, or: why Sarah can't take limits
Vladimir Kanovei coauthored with Saharon Shelah A definable nonstandard model of the reals
Saharon Shelah coauthored with Paul Erdos Separability properties of almost-disjoint families of sets
(also through Nowik and Linial)
(also through Ely and Bialostocki)
(also through Jin and Shelah)
(also through Borovik and Pyber)
(also eventually through Fletcher and Pomerance)



More on infinitesimals