Philip Welch
Professor of Mathematical Logic,
Office: Howard House 2.11.
Tel. +44 117 33 11807
FAX: +44 117 928 7999
Email address: P.Welch@bristol.ac.uk
School of Mathematics, University of Bristol,
Clifton, Bristol, BS8 1TW, UK
For
the Bristol Celebratory Birthday Conference March 2223rd: click here
For
the Oxford Inexpressibility and Reflection in the Formal Sciences
Project: click here
Research interests
· Set theory: fine structure and
core models; problems concerning determinancy,
large cardinals and strong axioms of infinity
· Philosophy of Mathematics,
Foundations of Set Theory, Theories of Truth
· Models
of computation.
Research projects
· Interactions
between combinatorics of stationary sets, bounded
forcing axioms and inner models of set theory Funded
by EPSRC. Oct.03  Sep.05
· Mathematics
into Philosophy: analysing complexity theoretic issues in current
philosophical theories of epistemology, semantics and truth Funded
by EPSRC. From October 6'th 2005 to Oct. 2006.
· Philosophical
Theories of Truth, Transfinite Computation, and Infinite Games Funded
by the Templeton Foundation. From Oct. 2008 to Sep. 2010.
· The
Scope and Limits of Arithmetical Knowledge Funded by
the Templeton Foundation. From Mar. 2011 to Sep. 2012.
· Inexpressibility
and Reflection in the Formal Sciences Funded by
AHRC; Coinvestigator on project at Department of Philosophy, University of
Oxford; From Oct. 2011 to Dec. 2013.
· Inner
model theory in outer models Funded by EPSRC. From Mar.2012 to
Oct.2014
· Invited Lecture for the 6'th European Congress of Mathematicians,
Krakow, July 2012 A
Turing Centenary lecture
