Associate Clinical Professor, Masters Program in Computer Science
CONTACT INFORMATION
Email: brady@cs.uchicago.edu
Courses include:
 Algorithms
 Advanced Algorithms
 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
 Foundations for Computational Data Analysis
 Linear Algebra
BIOGRAPHY
Studied mathematics and physics as an undergraduate at the University of Chicago, graduating with a degree in mathematics with honors in the College. In the Honors Program at the University of Chicago in both mathematics and physics. Began study of probability theory, statistics, numerical linear algebra, and numerical analysis as a result of interest in physics. Number theory was a mathematical interest. Pursued graduate study at the University of Chicago and received a doctorate in logic from the University of Oslo, Norway, in 1997. Expanded version of doctoral thesis published as a book in 2000 by Elsevier, in Studies in History and Philosophy of Mathematics series. Was a member of a pioneering team that computerized editing, production, and publication of the Astrophysical Journal and the Astronomical Journal for the American Astronomical Society at the University of Chicago Press in the 1990s.
How well do you feel MPCS has kept up with the demands graduates face in the workplace?
"The courses I teach in the MPCS all emphasize problem solving and help students improve their problemsolving skills. Problem solving is important in the workplace, and in recent years many of our graduates have been hired at leading firms, in part on the strength of the problemsolving skills acquired in their MPCS courses."
What do you see as the most important advantage of receiving a master’s degree from the University of Chicago MPCS?
"Graduates of the MPCS are perceived to be intelligent, creative, and able to learn new subjects quickly. The University of Chicago’s superb academic reputation carries over to the MPCS."
PUBLISHED RESEARCH
Ph.D. thesis published as book, From Peirce to Skolem, in 2000.
Several writings in mathematical and categorical logic.
 Geraldine Brady and Todd H. Trimble. The topology of relational calculus. Submitted to Advances in Mathematics.

Geraldine Brady. From Peirce to Skolem: A Neglected Chapter in the History of Mathematical Logic. Elsevier Science: NorthHolland, 2000.
Mathematical Reviews: MR 1834718  Geraldine Brady and Todd H. Trimble. A categorical interpretation of C. S. Peirce's System Alpha. Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, 149: 213239, 2000. Mathematical Reviews: MR 17627665
 Geraldine Brady and Todd H. Trimble. A string diagram calculus for predicate logic. Preprint, November 1998.
 Geraldine Brady. The Contributions of Peirce, Schroeder, Loewenheim, and Skolem to the Development of FirstOrder Logic. Doctoral Dissertation, Universitetet i Oslo, 1997.
 Geraldine Brady. From the algebra of relations to the logic of quantifiers. Studies in the Logic of Charles Sanders Peirce, Indiana University Press, 1997.
 Stuart A. Kurtz and Geraldine Brady. Existential Graphs: I. January 1997.
EDUCATION
 Ph.D. University of Oslo, Norway, Mathematical Logic.
 M.A. University of Chicago, Mathematical Logic.
 B.A. University of Chicago with honors in Mathematics.