Young Set Theory Workshop + SETTOP 2020

YSTW 2020 “Young Set Theory Workshop”
August 19-22, Novi Sad, Serbia
SETTOP 2020 “Novi Sad Conference in Set Theory and General Topology”
August 24-27, Novi Sad, Serbia

We are doubly pleased to announce two conferences that will take place in Novi Sad in August:
Young Set Theory Workshop 2020, from August 19th to August 22nd
Novi Sad Conference in Set Theory and General Topology 2020, from August 24th to August 27th.

Tutorial speakers for YSTW 2020:
Martin Goldstern (Vienna)
Michael Hrušák (Morelia)
John Krueger (Denton, TX)
Paul Larson (Oxford, OH)

Postdoctoral speakers for YSTW 2020:
Jeffrey Bergfalk (Morelia)
Gabriel Goldberg (Berkeley, CA)
Asaf Karagila (Norwich)
Miguel Moreno (Vienna)
Šárka Stejskalová (Prague)

Invited speakers for SetTop 2020:
Mirna Džamonja (Norwich, Paris)
Istvan Juhász (Budapest)
Piotr Koszmider (Warsaw)
Ashutosh Kumar (Singapore)
Philipp Lücke (Bonn)
Yinhe Peng (Beijing)
David Schrittesser (Vienna)
Stevo Todorčević (Toronto, Paris)
Anush Tserunyan (Montreal)

Program Committee:
Vera Fischer (Vienna)
Miloš Kurilić (Novi Sad) 
Boriša Kuzeljević (Novi Sad) 
Justin Moore (Ithaca, NY)
Dilip Raghavan (Singapore)
Assaf Rinot (Ramat Gan)

A poster session will be organized during the course of YSTW. Participants of SetTop are welcome to present short talks.

Important dates:
Early bird registration: until March 15th
Registration: until June 15th
Abstract submission and online fee payment: until July 15th

Fees
YSTW Conference Fee: 150 euros; Early bird payment: 130 euros; Payment on spot: 170 euros
SetTop Conference Fee: 150 euros; Early bird payment: 130 euros; Payment on spot: 170 euros
Fee for both conferences: 270 euros; Early bird payment: 230 euros; Payment on spot: 300 euros
Fee for an accompanying person: 70 euros; Payment on spot: 80 euros

Contact e-mail: settop@dmi.uns.ac.rs
For information about the four previous installments of SetTop please visit the web site www.dmi.uns.ac.rs/settop.
Please feel free to forward this message to anyone who might be interested.
For more details follow instructions on our web page www.dmi.uns.ac.rs/settop/2020

Hoping to see you in Novi Sad,

on behalf of the Organizing Committee,
Aleksandar Pavlović and Boris Šobot

Colloquium Logicum 2020 Konstanz

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COLLOQUIUM LOGICUM 2020
https://colloquiumlogicum2020.com/

23-26 September 2020, Konstanz, Germany
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The Colloquium Logicum is organized every two years by the “Deutsche 
Vereinigung fuer Mathematische Logik und fuer Grundlagenforschung der Exakten 
Wissenschaften” (DVMLG). In 2020, it will be hosted at the University of 
Konstanz. The conference will cover the whole range of mathematical logic and 
the foundations of the exact sciences. In addition to all fields of 
mathematical logic, this includes the philosophy of the exact sciences, logic 
in philosophy, and logic in computer science and artificial intelligence.

Keynote Speakers.

Laurent Bienvenu (Bordeaux)
Catrin Campbell-Moore (Bristol)
Wesley Holliday (Berkeley)
Christian Ikenmeyer (Liverpool)
Angeliki Koutsoukou-Argyraki (Cambridge)
Alison Pease (Dundee)
Margaret Thomas (West Lafayette)

In addition to the keynote talks, there will be a “PhD Colloquium” with invited 
presentations of excellent recent PhD graduates.

Programme Committee: C. Antos, M. Carl, D. Cenzer, E. Fokina, I. Halupczok, D. 
Klein, S. Kuhlmann (chair), O. Linnebo, B. Loewe, M. Ziegler.

An invitation for submission of abstracts for presentations will be issued 
soon.

Colloquium Logicum 2020 is generously funded by the Deutsche 
Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG-grant LO 834/18-1).

If you have any questions, please contact us by email at cl2020 (at) 
uni-konstanz.de.

Robin Gandy Centenary Colloquium, Oxford


Saturday 22 February 2020

https://www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk/cevent/gandy-colloquium-0

See also:
https://www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk/content/wolfson-college-salutes-robin-gandy-his-centenary

There will be a one-day Colloquium at Wolfson College Oxford. This event 
celebrates the centenary of Robin Gandy, a leading figure in Mathematical 
Logic, student and close friend of Alan Turing, Oxford University Reader 
in Mathematical Logic and a Fellow of Wolfson College. It will be a full 
day meeting with an outstanding set of speakers, including four of Gandy’s 
former students, and ranging across topics in mathematical logic, 
philosophy of mathematics, and computer science, as well as personal 
reflections and historical perspectives.

Speakers

Marianna Antonutti Marfori (Munich)
Andrew Hodges (Oxford)
Martin Hyland (Cambridge)
Jeff Paris (Manchester)
Göran Sundholm (Leiden)
Christine Tasson (Paris)
Philip Welch (Bristol)

For details of the event, see the attached poster, and the web page at
https://www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk/event/gandy-colloquium-0

Registration is required. This can be done at
https://www.oxforduniversitystores.co.uk/short-courses/computer-science/events/gandy-colloquium

The event is free to Wolfson members.  For others there is a registration fee,
with a few places at a subsidized registration fee of £10, after which the
registration fee will be £30.  Registration includes buffet lunch, coffee/tea
in the morning and afternoon breaks, and a drinks reception.  There is also the
option to register for the conference dinner, which is £35 without wine, £45
with wine.

Organizing Committee: Samson Abramsky (Chair), Daniel Isaacson, Jonathan Pila,
and Alex Wilkie.

For enquiries, contact Karen Barnes, karen.barnes@cs.oc.ac.uk

Hamburg Set Theory Workshop 2020

HSTW 2020: Hamburg Set Theory Workshop 2020
Descriptive Set Theory, Forcing and the Reals
Hamburg, Germany
20 & 21 June 2020

https://www.math.uni-hamburg.de/spag/ml/HSTW2020/

== Speakers:
1.       Vera Fischer (Vienna)
2.       Yurii Khomskii (Hamburg & Amsterdam)
3.       Dominique Lecomte (Paris)
4.       Heike Mildenberger (Freiburg)
5.       Dorottya Sziraki (Budapest)
6.       Otmar Spinas (Kiel)
7.       Asger Tornquist (Copenhagen)
8.       Jindrich Zapletal (Gainesville FL)
more TBA.

== Topic:
Descriptive set theory discusses the relationship between logical complexity 
and good behaviour of sets, so-called regularity properties (e.g. Lebesgue 
measurability, perfect set property, etc.). It is well known that these 
properties are closely connected to forcing (and in some cases, large 
cardinals).

Modern developments in set theory such as forcing, large cardinals and 
determinacy give powerful techniques to tackle problems in descriptive set 
theory. In recent years, set theorists have generalised classical results of 
descriptive set theory to generalised reals.

== Timeline and Registration:
Please register by 30 April 2020 to help the organisers via an email to
HSTW2020@math.hamburg

== Contact:
Web: https://www.math.uni-hamburg.de/spag/ml/HSTW2020/
Mail: HSTW2020@math.hamburg

== Support
Financially supported by the Verein zur Ausrichtung von Tagungen am
Fachbereich Mathematik der Universitaet Hamburg (VATFBMUHH) e.V.

== Organisers:
Michel Gaspar, Marcel Krueger, Benedikt Loewe & Deniz Sarikaya.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for any further information.

Ultramath 2020, Pisa

Ultrafilters and Ultraproducts Across Mathematics and Related Topics
May 31 – June 6, 2020, Pisa, Italy

http://people.dm.unipi.it/ultramath2020/

We are happy to announce the upcoming event “ULTRAMATH 2020 – Ultrafilters
and Ultraproducts Across Mathematics and Related Topics”, that will be
held in Pisa (Italy) from May 31st to June 6th 2020.

The international Conference “ULTRAMATH 2020” aims to present recent
results in the whole spectrum of mathematics which are grounded on the use
of ultrafilters and ultraproducts. Its main goals:

  • Disseminate information about the various techniques related to the use
    of ultrafilters and ultraproducts, and their potential to attack open
    problems.
  • Bring together researchers with different backgrounds, and encourage
    their collaborations and interactions, especially on topics connecting
    different areas of mathematics.

The covered topics of UltraMath 2020 include (but are not limited to):

Additive and Combinatorial Number Theory.
Combinatorics and Ramsey Theory.
Algebra and Geometry.
General Topology.
Measure Theory.
Ergodic Theory and Dynamics.
Functional Analysis and Metric Spaces.
Nonstandard Analysis and Model Theory.
Generalized Spaces and Differential Equations.
Set Theory.

Greater prominence will be given to those results that satisfy (most of)
the following conditions:

  • The results can be formulated and presented in non-specialist terms, and
    be in principle understandable by any practicing mathematician.
  • The usage of ultrafilters/ultraproducts is important (or even essential)
    in obtaining these results.
  • The results connect different areas of mathematics.
  • The results reveal new facets of known important topics.

This is the second edition of ?UltraMath?, after the one held in Pisa in
2008: http://people.dm.unipi.it/ultramath.

Scientific Committee:

Vitaly Bergelson (Ohio State University, USA)
Andreas Blass (University of Michigan, USA)
Mauro Di Nasso (Università di Pisa, Italia)
Renling Jin (College of Charleston, USA)

Organizing Committee:

Mauro Di Nasso (Università di Pisa, Italia) ? chair
Lorenzo Luperi Baglini (Università di Milano, Italia)

LIST OF INVITED SPEAKERS

Vieri Benci, Università di Pisa, Italia
Vitaly Bergelson, Ohio State University, USA
Andreas Blass, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, USA
Artem Chernikov, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), USA
Natasha Dobrinen, University of Denver, USA
Cornelia Drutu, University of Oxford, UK
Victoria Gitman, City University of New York (CUNY), USA
Isaac Goldbring, University of California Irvine (UCI), USA
C. Ward Henson, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA
Neil Hindman, Howard University, USA
Michael Hrusák, Universidad Nacional Autónoma, México
Renling Jin, College of Charleston, USA
Steven Leth, University of Northern Colorado, USA
Martino Lupini, Victoria University, New Zealand
Joel Moreira, University of Warwick, UK
Jaroslav Nesetril, Charles University Praha, Czech Republic
Florian Richter, Northwestern University, USA
David A. Ross, University of Hawaii, USA
Slawomir Solecki, Cornell University, USA
Dona Strauss, University of Hull, UK
Simon Thomas, Rutgers University, USA
Stevo Todorcevic, Univ. of Toronto, Canada and Univ. Paris Diderot, France

There will be a call for contributed papers. Moreover, depending on the
funds available, participation of young researchers and researchers from
disadvantages areas will be supported.
You can preregister by sending an email to ultramath2020@cs.dm.unipi.it
with your name and institution.
Updated information about UltraMath 2020 will be posted on the website:
http://people.dm.unipi.it/ultramath2020/.
Those who need more information, can contact the organizers at:
ultramath2020@cs.dm.unipi.it.

We hope to see you in Pisa!
Best regards,

The Organizers

Fifth Workshop on Generalised Baire Spaces, Bristol

We are happy to announce the Fifth Workshop on Generalised Baire Spaces! This will take place on the 3rd and 4th of February 2020 at the University of Bristol.

The focus of this year’s workshop is on connections with model theory and infinite combinatorics. 

The main speakers are David Aspero (Norwich), Vincenzo Dimonte (Udine), Lorenzo Galeotti (Amsterdam), Philipp Lücke (Bonn), Miguel Moreno (Bar-Ilan), Luca Motto Ros (Torino), Isabel Müller (London), Sarka Stejskalova (Prague), and Dorottya Sziraki (Budapest). 

There will be a few contributed talks of 20 minutes. If you intend to give one, please send an email to Philipp Schlicht (philipp.schlicht@bristol.ac.uk) soon to secure a slot.

Some LMS funding for UK graduate students is available.

The conference website is https://philippschlicht.github.io/meetings/generalizedbairespaces2020/index.html.

We look forward to welcoming you to Bristol!

Kind regards, Philipp Schlicht and Philip Welch