TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

9:00  9:30 
REGISTRATION WITH COFFEE AND CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 
9:30  10:30 
Greg Hjorth, University of California,
Los Angeles
Treeable equivalence relations
and Dye's Theorem 
10:30  11:00 
COFFEE BREAK 
11:00  12:00 
Howard Becker, University of
South Carolina
Polish group actions and
generalized model theory 
12:00  2:00 
LUNCH 
2:00  3:00 
Steve Jackson, University
of North Texas
On the existence and properties
of Steinhaus sets 
11:00  12:00 
Scot Adams, University of Minnesota
The Origins of Lattice Superrigidity
and Dynamical Superrigidity 
12:00  2:00 
Lunch 
2:00  3:00 
Simon Thomas, Rutgers University
Superrigidity and classification
problems for torsionfree abelian groups of finite rank

3:00  4:00 
Afternoon Tea 
4:00  5:00 
Matt Foreman, University of
California, Irvine
The classification of measure
preserving systems 
5:00  7:00 
Reception 
9:30  10:30 
Benjamin Weiss, Hebrew University
of Jerusalem
Generic Dynamics 
11:00  12:00 
M. G. Nadkarni, University of
Mumbai
Descriptive Discussion of well known problems 
12:00  2:00 
Lunch 
2:00  3:00 
Alain Louveau, Universite Paris VI
Complete analytic equivalence
relations and orders

3:00  4:00 
Afternoon Tea 
4:00  5:00 
Italy Neeman, University of
California at Los Angeles
Effective cardinalities
along the Wadge Hierarchy 
9:30  10:30 
Robert Kaufman, University
of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Mixing and Descriptive Set
Theory 
10:3011:00 
Coffee Break 
11:0012:00 
Slawomir Solecki, University
of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Measuring subsets of discrete
groups and Haar null sets 
12:00  2:00 
Lunch 
2:00  3:00 
Dominique Lecomte, Universite Paris
VI
About the complexity of Boreal
subsets of the plane 
3:00  4:00 
Afternoon Tea 
4:00  5:30 
Session on future
directions and problems: Kechris, Mauldin, Steel (1/2 hour each) 
11:0012:00 
Vladimir Pestov, University
of Ottawa
The fixed point on compacta property of
topological groups 
12:00  2:00 
LUNCH 
2:00  3:00 
Vladimir Kanovei, Moscow Center
for Continuous Mathematical Education
Reducibility of equivalence
relations in"hyperfinite" descriptive set theory 
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