The Fourth Young Set Theory Workshop

The Fourth Young Set Theory Workshop will take place March 21-25, 2011 in Königswinter near Bonn. The aim of this conference is to bring together PhD students and postdocs in Set Theory in order to learn from leading researchers in the field, hear about the latest research and to discuss research issues in a cooperative environment. The conference format is similar to previous years.


Ali Enayat (Washington)
Joel David Hamkins (New York)
Slawomir Solecki (Urbana-Champaign)
Juris Steprans (Toronto)

Invited talks:

Samuel Coskey (Toronto)
Dilip Raghavan (Toronto)
Assaf Rinot (Beer Sheva)
Grigor Sargsyan (Los Angeles)
David Schrittesser (Vienna)
Katherine Thompson (Vienna)

All participants will be asked to write a one-page statement about their research which will be made available to all participants at the conference. Each afternoon, 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.

Please register at as soon as possible to be guaranteed a place. The registration fee of 350 Euros covers the accommodation in double rooms and meals. The deadline for registration is January 3, 2011.

Travel and/or accommodation grants are available. The grant application deadline is December 10, 2010. To apply, please send an email to and include your one-page research statement. In order to provide funding, the Hausdorff Center will require a signed statement that you do not have funding
from your university or from a grant for this conference.

Organizing committee:

Andrew Brooke-Taylor (Bristol)
Benjamin Seyfferth (Bonn)
Ioanna Dimitriou (Bonn), website
Miguel Angel Mota(Vienna)
Philipp Schlicht (Bonn), chair
Thilo Weinert (Bonn)

Scientific Committee:

Bart Kastermans (Boulder), chair
Daisuke Ikegami (Helsinki)
Julien Melleray (Lyon)
Marcin Sabok (Warsaw)
Sean Cox (Münster)
Thomas Johnstone (New York)
Vera Fischer (Vienna)

More information can be found on the conference website.


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