Οριζόντιο ΜενούOverviewAcademic Rank: ProfessorSubject: Mathematical Logic and Mathematical EducationAddress: Argonafton & Filellinon, 38221 VolosOffice Location: New Building, 4th floor, office # 7Telephone Number: +302421074554Email: kxatzkyr@uth.gr Studies Degree in Mathematics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (1981) M.Sc. in Mathematics, Bedford College, University of London, UK (1983) Ph.D in Mathematics (field of specialization: Mathematical Logic), Pennsylvania State University, U.S.A. (1989) Certification of postgraduate specialization in Open and Distance Education, Greek Open University (1999) TeachingUndergraduate ProgramMathematics ΙMathematics ΙΙEntertaining Mathematics – Problem SolvingIntroduction to Logic and Critical ThinkingMathematics and LiteraturePostgraduate Program (Course Design and Development of Teaching Material in Modern Learning Environments)Topics in Mathematical Education ResearchMy current research interests relate to:Mathematical Logic (more specifically the program of Reverse Mathematics) andMathematical Education (more specifically (i) the use of Literature and History of Mathematics in learning and teaching Mathematics και (ii) the teaching and learning of Logic and proving (iii) the use of manipulatives and DGEs in the teaching of Euclidean Geometry). PublicationsPh.D. thesis: Commutative Algebra in Subsystems of Second-Order ArithmeticPapersΚ. Ηatzikiriakou, S. Simpson, "Reverse mathematics, Young diagrams, and the ascending chain condition" will appear on The Journal of Symbolic Logic on June 2017. K. Hatzikriakou & K. Sdrolias, “In-Service Teachers Understanding of Division”, Proceedings of PME33 (July 19-24, 2009), p. 387, v.1.M. Marmara & K. Hatzikiriakou, The use of algebra tiles in the teaching and learning of algebraic concepts, Proceedings of the 5th International Colloquium on the Didactics of Mathematics (Rethymnon 17-19 April, 2008), v. II, Rethymnon (2009) p. 65Κ. Hatzikiriakou & P. Metallidou, “Teaching Deductive Reasoning to Pre-service Teachers: Promises and Constraints”, International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education,Volume 7, Iss.1 (2009) 81-101.K. Hatzikiriakou, “Extensions of Commutative Rings in Subsystems of Second Order Arithmetic”, Proceedings of the 5th Panhellenic Logic Symposium, PLS5, Athens, July 2005, pp. 82-86.K. Hatzikiriakou, “WKL0 and the Stone’s Separation Theorem for Convex Sets”, Annals of Pure and Applied Logic 77 (1996) 245-249.K. Hatzikiriakou, “A note on Ordinal Numbers and Rings of Formal Power Series”, Archive for Mathematical Logic (1994) 33: 261-263.K. Hatzikiriakou, “Minimal Prime ideals and Arithmetical Comprehension”, The Journal of Symbolic Logic (1991) 56: 67-70.K. Hatzikiriakou and S.G. Simpson, “WKL0 and orderings of countable abelian groups”. Logic and Computation: Proceedings of a Workshop held at Carnegie Mellon University, June 30-July 2, 1987, Contemporary Mathematics 106, AMS, pp. 177-180.K. Hatzikiriakou, “Algebraic disguises of Σ-induction”, Archive for Mathematical Logic (1989) 29: 47-51.Κ. Hatzikiriakou and S.G. Simpson, “Countable valued fields in weak subsystems of second-order arithmetic”, Annals of Pure and Applied Logic 41 (1989) 27-32.I have also published articles in Greek on Mathematical Education and Mathematical Logic (for a list see the Greek version of my page). Ελληνικά