We’re glad to announce the Catania Set Theory and Topology Conference, which will take place at the University of Catania in Italy, February 18-21 2020. Registration is now open at:
Our conference aims to bring together researchers and students working on set theory and its applications to a wide spectrum of areas of mathematics, and in particular to Topology, to discuss the most recent advances and main open problems in the field and
foster collaboration. There will be eight invited lectures and each of the participants can contribute a 20-30 minute talk.
TOPICS: set theoretic topology, forcing, large cardinals, descriptive set theory, PCF theory, cardinal invariants.
Leandro Aurichi (University of São Paulo-São Carlos, Brazil)
Joan Bagaria (University of Barcelona, Spain)
István Juhász (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary)
Menachem Kojman (Ben Gurion University, Israel)
Menachem Magidor (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
Gianluca Paolini (University of Turin, Italy)
Stevo Todorcevic (University of Toronto, Canada and CNRS, Paris)
Lyubomyr Zdomskyy (Kurt Gödel Research Center, Vienna, Austria)
ORGANIZERS: Angelo Bella, Domenico Cantone and Santi Spadaro (University of Catania).
The conference will take place at the University of Illinois at Chicago on May 30 – June 2. We will cover topics in set theory, descriptive set theory, model theory, and various applications. The workshop is aimed at graduate students and postdocs, but can also be beneficial to anyone interested in current developments in logic. We will have three tutorials and several talks. The invited speakers are:
Travel support is available. Requests should be directed to Dima Sinapova. Graduate students, young researchers, female mathematicians and members of underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply.
Set-theoretic methods in topology and real functions theory, dedicated to 80th birthday of Lev Bukovsky
The conference takes place in Kosice, the city located in eastern Slovakia, on September 9-13, 2019. There is a nice occasion of celebrating 80th birthday of Lev Bukovsky this year, who spent most of his life in the city. The webpage of the meeting is
Topics of interest include set-theoretic topology, descriptive set theory, cardinal invariants, selection principles and set-theoretic aspects of the convergence of functions. The program consists of lectures provided by invited speakers
Aleksander Blaszczyk, Vera Fischer, Istvan Juhasz, Menachem Magidor, Dilip Raghavan, Boaz Tsaban
and contributed talks of participants.
Participants registration with welcome reception starts on Sunday evening, September 8.
Accommodation support deadline: May 31
Registration deadline: June 30
Due to Visegrad Fund we may support the accommodation of small number of PhD students or young researchers, from Visegrad Countries, Eastern Partnership Countries or Western Balkans Countries.
Set Theory in the United Kingdom is a joint research group in set theory funded by the London Mathematical Society (Scheme 3) with members at the Universities of Bristol, Cambridge, East Anglia, Leeds, Oxford, Warwick and University College London.
STUK 2 will take place on Wednesday, 8 May 2019, 11.00-18.00 at the University of Bristol.
11-12 Victoria Gitman: Set theory in second-order
13-14 Andrew Brooke-Taylor: Set theory and category theory
Location: 4th floor seminar room, School of Mathematics, University of Bristol, Howard house, Queen’s avenue, Bristol BS8 1SD.
On Saturday, 11 May 2019, Professor Joel David Hamkins, the Sir Peter Strawson Fellow at University College Oxford, is visiting Amsterdam to speak at the Wijsgerig Festival DRIFT on the topic of ‘Het zijn en de dingen’. We used this opportunity to arrange for a small informal workshop on mathematical logic and set theory during the day. The programme will contain talks by ILLC students, a presentation by Professor Hamkins, and plenty of time for discussions.
The meeting will take place in the Belle van Zuylenzaal (Single 421-427; Room C1.13) in the University Library of the Universiteit van Amsterdam with the following schedule:
10:30-11:15 Robert Passmann, E-models of IZF and intuitionistic multiverses 11:30-12:15 Sam Adam-Day, Polyhedra Completeness in Intermediate and Modal Logics 12:15-14:15 Lunch break 14:15-15:15 Joel David Hamkins, The modal logic of potentialism 15:30-17:00 Informal discussions in small groups