Carlos di Prisco Birthday Meeting, Bogota

November 27-29, 2019, Universidad de Los Andes, Bogota, Colombia.

Carlos di Prisco will turn 70 years old in October 2019. This conference is held in honor of his life and work.

It is intended for a wide audience, especially for students, but will also include the participation of mathematicians who have worked with Carlos and are close to him.

Invited speakers include J. Bagaria, C. Brech, J. Lopez-Abad, N. Dobrinen, A. Arias, and X. Caicedo.

Members of the organizing committee: A. Villaveces, C. Uzcategui and J. Mijares.

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Sixteenth Asian Logic Conference, Astana

Sixteenth Asian Logic Conference (ALC)
June 17-21, 2019, Nazarbayev University, Astana, Kazakhstan.
http://www.alc2019.kz

The invited speakers include S. Badaev, N. Bazhenov, Q. Feng, S. Fuchino, B. 
Kim, T. Kihara, B. Kulpeshov, D. Kuske, D. Macpherson, A. Pietarinen, T. Usuba and S. Zhiwei.

Special sessions will be held in Computability Theory, Model Theory, Set Theory, Logic in Computer Science and Philosophical Logic.

The members of the Local Organizing Committee are M. Mustafa and V. Tourassis. The members of the Program Committee are B. Baizhanov, J. Brendle, S.S. Goncharov (chair), G. Wu, K. Ikeda, B. Khoussainov, A. Morozov, H. Ono, Y. Yang and L. Yu.

For further information, visit http://www.alc2019.kz or email 
alc2019@nu.edu.kz.

Boise Extravaganza in Set Theory, second announcement

The 2019 Boise Extravaganza in Set Theory will take place in Ashland, Oregon, on the campus of Southern Oregon University, during June 19-21.
We are currently welcoming applications for travel grants from graduate students and postdocs (and other categories) in set theory and related fields. We will begin considering applications on May 1. We will continue accepting applications on a rolling basis until May 31.

Plenary speakers: Dana Bartosova (University of Florida)
 Steve Jackson (University of North Texas)
 Reese Johnston (University of Washington Robinson Center)
 Assaf Shani (UCLA)
 Piotr Szeczwak (Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, Warsaw)
Contact: best@boisestate.edu

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The BEST conference particularly aims to support the careers of young researchers in set theory (and related fields!), with travel support available for graduate students and postdocs. BEST features professional development opportunities and awards for student presentations. Please pass this invitation along to students, postdocs, and colleagues to submit an abstract and participate in BEST!

BEST is an international conference featuring talks on a broad range of recent advances in set theory research. The conference is organized by the Set Theory group at Boise State University and is structured as a symposium of the 100th annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Pacific Division (AAAS-PD). BEST is also supported by the NSF and Boise State University.

Organizers: Liljana Babinkostova (Boise State University), John Clemens (Boise State University), Samuel Coskey (Boise State University), Marion Scheepers (Boise State University). Scientific Committee: Natasha Dobrinen (University of Denver), Simon Thomas (Rutgers University)

PhD Positions 2019, Mathematics Münster Graduate School

*** Call: PhD Positions 2019 *** 

The Mathematics Münster Graduate School within the Cluster of Excellence Mathematics Münster: Dynamics – Geometry – Structure offers several

*PhD positions*
(75% position, salary level E13 TV-L)

in all fields of mathematics related to the cluster. The duration of these positions is 3 years.  The expected starting date is no later than October 2019. Generally, there are no teaching obligations but such opportunities are provided if desired by the candidates. The main selection criterion is scientific excellence.

Your application should contain a cover letter, your CV, diplomas of your academic degrees (bachelor, master or Diplom) and transcripts of the courses taken, including marks or grades, as well as proof of your proficiency in English and German. Moreover, you have to choose one or two of the Research Areas as well as at least two potential local supervisors listed as investigators of Mathematics Münster.
Applicants are requested to include examples of their academic work, if applicable. Please arrange for at least two letters of recommendation to be submitted within the deadline.

In the Ada Lovelace PhD-Programme of Mathematics Münster an

*Ada Lovelace (add-on) PhD position*
(25% position, salary level E13 TV-L, to be combined with a 75% PhD position)

is offered for exceptionally strong candidates of the PhD programme of Mathematics Münster and has to be combined with a 75% PhD position. The Ada Lovelace PhD position is to contribute to gender equality within the mathematical sciences. This might for example be documented by an appropriate gender equality concept.

Your application should contain a cover letter, your CV, diplomas of your academic degrees and transcripts of courses taken, including marks or grades.
Applicants are requested to include examples of their academic work, if applicable. Please arrange for a supporting statement from at least one of the investigators of Mathematics Münster to be submitted within the deadline.

Applications for the Ada Lovelace  PhD position and for a 75% PhD position may be combined; you may also apply for the Ada Lovelace position if you already hold a 75% PhD position and are a member of Mathematics Münster.

The University of Münster is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the proportion of women academics. Consequently, we actively encourage applications by women. Female candidates with equivalent qualifications and academic achievements will be preferentially considered within the framework of the legal possibilities. We also welcome applications from candidates with severe disabilities. Disabled candidates with equivalent qualifications will be preferentially considered.

Please apply using our online application form with further instructions at:
www.uni-muenster.de/MathematicsMuenster/careers/doctoral-studies

If you have any questions, please contact mm.applications@uni-muenster.de.
The evaluation for the current application round will start on 15 May 2019.

Young Set Theory Workshop and European Set Theory Conference – early registration extended

Dear All,

We have extended our early registration period till May 15 for both the Young Set Theory Workshop  and the European Set Theory Conference.  Please follow the links below and note that the registration is separate for the two meetings. There is limited financial support available for young researchers through the ASL and NSF; please see the websites.
Details: European Set Theory Conference

If you indicated to give a contributed lecture at the ESTC, please submit your abstract as soon as possible (you can use the code received at registration to edit your original registration and submit an abstract). 

Details: Advanced Class 2019 (Young Set Theory Workshop) 

Please upload a short research statement with your registration to the YSTW (or if you registered already, please add this statement using the code you received).

We are very much looking forward to seeing you in Vienna.

Logic Colloquium 2019

Logic Colloquium 2019
August 11-16, Prague, Czech Republic
www.lc2019.cz

DEADLINES
Abstract submission         April 30, 2019
Application for support    April 15, 2019
Early bird registration       May 15, 2019

INVITED & TUTORIAL SPEAKERS
Tutorials
  Michael Rathjen (Leeds)
  Dilip Raghavan (Singapore)

Plenary lectures
  Hannes Leitgeb (Munich)
  Ulrich Kohlenbach (Darmstadt)
  Samson Abramsky (Oxford)
  Zoé Chatzidakis (Paris)
  Osvaldo Guzman (Toronto)
  Matthew Harrison-Trainor (Wellington)
  Jan Krajíček (Prague)
  Vincenzo de Risi (Paris)
  Gil Sagi (Haifa)
  Thomas Scanlon (Berkeley)
  Rineke Verbrugge (Groningen)
  Martin Ziegler (KAIST, Korea)

SPECIAL SESSIONS
  Set Theory, organized by David Chodounský and Osvaldo Guzmán
  Model Theory, organized by Thomas Scanlon and Maryanthe Malliaris
  Reflection Principles and Modal Logic, organized by Joost Joosten and David Fernández-Duque
  Proof Theory and Proof Complexity, organized by Ulrich Kohlenbach and Samuel Buss
  Computability, organized by Damir Dzhafarov and Alexander Shen
  Foundations of Geometry, organized by John T. Baldwin and Victor Pambuccian

SESSION  ON SET THEORY
  Yair Hayut (Vienna)
  Heike Mildenberger (Freiburg)
  Daniel Soukup (Vienna)
  Andy Zucker (Paris)

CONFERENCE VENUE
  Czech Technical University
  Thákurova 9
  166 34 Prague 6
  Czech Republic

2019 Boise Extravaganza

We are pleased to announce that the 2019 Boise Extravaganza in Set Theory will take place in Ashland, Oregon, on the campus of Southern Oregon University, during June 19-21. We very much hope you will be able to participate!

The conference particularly aims to support the careers of young researchers in set theory, with travel support available for graduate students and postdocs. BEST features professional development opportunities and awards for student presentations. Please pass this invitation along to students, postdocs, and colleagues to submit an abstract and participate in BEST!

Web site: math.boisestate.edu/best
Contact: myself or best@boisestate.edu
BEST is an international conference featuring talks on a broad range of recent advances in set theory research. The conference is organized by the Set Theory group at Boise State University and is structured as a symposium of the 100th annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Pacific Division (AAAS-PD). BEST is also supported by the NSF and Boise State University.

Organizers: Liljana Babinkostova (Boise State University), John Clemens (Boise State University), Samuel Coskey (Boise State University), Marion Scheepers (Boise State University). Scientific Committee: Natasha Dobrinen (University of Denver), Simon Thomas (Rutgers University)