Young Set Theory Workshop 2009

The goal of these conferences is to bring together PhD students and
postdocs in set theory in order to learn from senior researchers in
the field, hear about the latest research and to discuss research
issues in small focused groups.

The second Young Set Theory Workshop will take place between 14-18
April 2009 at the CRM (Mathematics Research Center) in Bellaterra,
near Barcelona (http://www.crm.es).

The conference format will be as follows:
Four senior set theorists have been invited to represent a branch of
Set Theory and give morning tutorials about their work.

The afternoons will be devoted to small group discussion sessions
which will be organised as follows. All participants will be asked to
write a one-page statement about their research. These statements
will be organised into branches of set theory and presented at the
conference. Based on the research statements, specific discussion
sessions will be formed for those working in similar areas and more
general sessions for those interested in getting an overview of the
latest research in each branch of set theory.  At the end of the day,
we will meet altogether again to hear a talk by an outstanding invited
postdoc.

All accommodation and meals will be at the Vila Universitaria of the
UAB (which is about 30 minutes from Barcelona by train) on the same
campus as the CRM. Accommodation at Vila Universitaria will be
available from a 13-18 April 2009. Due to space limitations, rooms
will have to be shared and registration may be limited.  More and
updated information, in particular details of registration,
accommodation, travel grants and conference fee will be available at
the following website:
http://wwwmath.uni-muenster.de/logik/YS09/

Organisers:
David Aspero (david.aspero@icrea.es)
Neus Castells (n.castells@ub.edu)
Gunter Fuchs (gfuchs@math.uni-muenster.de) 
Bernhard Irrgang (irrgang@math.uni-bonn.de) 
Miguel Angel Mota (motagaytan@gmail.com)
Katie Thompson (aleph_nought@yahoo.com) 
Jip Veldman (veldman@math.uni-bonn.de) 
Matteo Viale (matvial@logique.jussieu.fr)
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