Pietro Kreitlon Carolino

UCLA Department of Mathematics
Los Angeles, CA, USA 90095-1555

Email: pietro [at] math [dot] ucla [dot] edu
Office: MS 5346

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Research Interests

Additive combinatorics, particularly approximate groups. Applications of model theory to large-scale phenomena.

Here is my thesis on the classification of "continuous" approximate groups. (Technically, of open precompact approximate groups in locally compact groups.)


Past activity as instructor
Past activity as TA
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About Me

In 2015 I obtained a PhD from the UCLA Department of Mathematics. Before coming here, I obtained an M.A. in mathematical logic from the Centro de Logica e Epistemologia and a B.A. in math from the Instituto de Matematica, Estatistica e Computacao Cientifica, both at Unicamp. I spent the 2012-2013 academic year at the Universite Paris-Sud.

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I tutor all levels of high school and college math: precalc, calculus, trigonometry, linear algebra, including most math courses taught at UCLA, be they lower division (Math 1, 2, the 3, 31, 32, 33 series, etc) or upper division (algebra, analysis, topology, combinatorics, algorithms). I especially enjoy sharing the art of mathematical heuristics -- how to figure things out on your own. I have several years' experience with students of all ages, from 12 to 50; with those who don't like math (yet) and those who love it.

I do not tutor students currently enrolled in my classes!

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