Alexander Kharazishvili is Chief Researcher in the Department of Mathematical Analysis at the A. Razmadze Mathematical Institute. He is a member of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences and the winner of the 2008 N. Muskhelishvili Prize. His interests include set theory and combinatorics, convex geometry, measure theory and real analysis.
( Mathematics / Review Essay / Volume 3, Issue 3 )
On the significance and implications of Cantor’s discovery.
( Mathematics / Review Essay / Volume 2, Issue 3 )
On the paradoxical math at the border of finite and infinite.
( Mathematics / Review Essay / Volume 1, Issue 4 )