David J. Fernández-Bretón
Post-doc Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics, University of Michigan
4060 East Hall (530 Church St.), Ann Arbor MI 48109-1043, U.S.A.
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I am a postdoc at the Department of Mathematics, University of Michigan. My postdoctoral mentor is Andreas Blass. My main interests are Mathematical Logic and Set Theory, especially Forcing, Large Cardinals, and the Cardinal Characteristics of the Continuum, as well as their applications to Algebra, Analysis, and Topology. A considerable chunk of my research work has been centred on the interaction between Hindman's theorem and infinitary combinatorics, both in the countable and in the uncountable realm.

My PhD is from York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where my supervisor was Juris Steprāns. According to my genealogy, this means that I am a little brother of Vera Fischer and Michael Hrušák. My coauthors include Martino Lupini, Michael Hrušák and Assaf Rinot (my Erdős number is 3).