Herbert B. Enderton
1936 - 2010

   




Professor Emeritus, Department of Mathematics, UCLA
Former Logic Colloquium chairman.   Here is more about the UCLA Logic Center and logic at UCLA.
Former Editor of Reviews for the Association for Symbolic Logic.
Electronic mail: hbe@math.ucla.edu

Here:   links to logicians' web pages!

Office:
7905 Math. Sci. Bldg.
Phone: (310) 825-1878
Math. Dept. fax: (310) 206-6673

Mailing address:
Department of Mathematics
6363 Math. Sci. Bldg.
520 Portola Plaza
UCLA
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1555

Books:
  Click here for information on my logic book, A Mathematical Introduction to Logic.
  Click here for information on my set theory book, Elements of Set Theory.
  Click here for information on my computability theory book, Computability Theory (to appear, 2011).
  Click here for information on Linear Algebra, 3e by O'Nan and Enderton.

Research interests:
  computability theory (recursion theory),   definability theory,   models of analysis,   computational complexity,   history of logic.
List of publications.
Erdös number = 3 (via Harvey Friedman and Akos Seress).

Recent teaching:
  Spring, 2009: Math. 61, Discrete Mathematics
  Spring, 2009: Math. 117, Algebra for Applications
  Winter, 2009: Math. 114C, Computability Theory
  Fall, 2008: Math. 3C, Probability for Life Science Students   --   these lectures are on YouTube.
  Spring, 2008: Math. 115A, Linear Algebra
  Winter, 2008: Math. 110A, Algebra
  Fall, 2007: Math. 61, Discrete Mathematics
  Spring, 2007: Math. 61, Discrete Mathematics
  Winter, 2007: Math. 114A, Computability Theory
  Fall, 2006: Math. 3C, Calculus and Probability for Life Science
  Spring, 2006: Math. 3C, Calculus and Probability for Life Science
  Winter, 2006: Math. 131A, Analysis
  Fall, 2005: Math. 3C, Calculus and Probability for Life Science
  Spring, 2005: Math. 3B, Calculus for Life Science
  Spring, 2005: Math. 197, Individual Study (in logic)
  Winter, 2005: Math. 114A, Logic
    Talk at    Millikan Middle School,   9/27/06

Click here for my department page.     And here is a recent photograph, and a family photograph.    And an outdoor photo or two.

Links:
Enderton family tree.     The enderton.org website.    My trip to the Know Good Mine.
Interesting page (courtesy of my brother Donald Enderton), about a statue by Otto Poertzel, "Tom der Reimer."
Joke.   Some Web resources (courtesy of Kirby Baker).   Interested in children's books by my sister?
Busy Beaver problem.