SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES

October 23, 2014

May 29-30, 2009
Appalachian Set Theory Workshop
Fields Institute

Supported by:


This series of workshops on set theory for the Appalachian region is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF 0631446). There are three workshops per year, each of which is devoted to a single topic such as a broadly applicable method, a complex seminal paper or a significant unpublished theorem. The location and topic for each workshop is announced several months in advance together with suggested background reading. The immediate goal is for faculty and students who are not experts in the topic to get to the point where they can start to use its techniques in one or two intensive days. Each time, an expert in the topic is invited to lead the workshop, which could mean doing all the lecturing herself or himself, or delegating parts to others. Those wishing to attend may apply to have some of their travel expenses reimbursed. Students are hired to generate notes that are disseminated on the web. Special emphasis is given to encouraging the participation of mathematicians from underrepresented groups. Click for instructions on how to apply for funds to attend a workshop.

Speakers: Todd Eisworth and Justin Moore

Schedule

8:45 - 9:30 morning refreshments
9:30 - 12:30 talks (with two short coffee breaks)
12:30 - 2:30 lunch break
2:30 - 6 talks (coffee breaks at convenient times)

Participant List

Fullname University/Affiliation
Barman, Doyel University of North Carolina
Boney, Will Carnegie Mellon University
Brown, Elizabeth James Madison University
Coplakova, Eva TU Delft
Cummings, James Carnegie Mellon University
Cunningham, Daniel Buffalo State College
Dobrinen, Natasha University of Denver
Dore, Richard University of California, Berkeley
Dow, Alan University of North Carolina
Eisworth, E.Todd Ohio University
Farah, Ilijas York University
Fischer, Arthur University of Toronto
Fischer, Vera Kurt Goedel Research Center for Mathematical Logic
Gruenhage, Gary Auburn University
Hart, K.P. Miami University
Hoehn, Logan University of Toronto
Hong, Jizhan McMaster University
Kibedi, Francisco York University
Kwiatkowska, Aleksandra University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Kwon, Jae-Hoon Korea Institute for Advanced Study
Larson, Paul Miami University
Le, Dai Tri Man University of Toronto
Lukács, Gábor University of Manitoba
Matrai, Tamas University of Toronto
McKenney, Paul Carnegie Mellon University
Miller, Arnold W. University of Wisconsin-Madison
Milovich, David University of Wisconsin
Moore, Justin Cornell University
Morley, Michael Cornell University
Morley, Vivienne Cornell University
Pichardo Mendoza, Roberto UNC Charlotte
Raghovan, Dilip University of Toronto
Roger, Neil York University
Rute, Jason Carnegie Mellon University
Scheepers, Marion Boise State University
Schimmerling, Ernest Carnegie Mellon University
Shafer, Paul Cornell University
Sinapova, Dima University of California, Irvine
Sokic, Miodrag University of Toronto
Steprans, Juris York University
Strullu, Rémi Université Paris 7
Szeptycki, Paul York University
Tall, Franklin University of Toronto
Todorcevic, Stevo C.N.R.S., Paris and University of Toronto
Unger, Spencer Carnegie Mellon University
Weinert, Thilo University of Bonn
Weiss, William University of Toronto
Yi, Byeong-Uk University of Toronto
Zamora, Beatriz York University

 

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