Joan Moschovakis

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Joan R. Moschovakis
Born Joan Rand
1937
Alma mater

University of California–Berkeley

University of Wisconsin–Madison
Known for Intuitionistic Mathematics, Intuitionistic Logic
Scientific career
Fields Mathematics
Institutions Occidental College
Doctoral advisor Stephen Kleene

Joan Rand Moschovakis is a logician and mathematician focusing on intuitionistic logic and mathematics. She is professor emerita at Occidental College[1] and a guest at UCLA.[2]

Moschovakis earned her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1965 under the direction of Stephen Kleene, with a dissertation entitled Disjunction, Existence and *-Eliminability in Formalized Intuitionistic Analysis.

Moschovakis is married to Yiannis Moschovakis, with whom she gave the 2014 Lindström Lectures at the University of Gothenburg.[3]

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