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New Directions in the Higher Infinite
|Brooke-Taylor, Andrew||University of Leeds|
|Dimopoulos, Stamatis||University of Bristol|
|Welch, Philip||University of Bristol|
Set theory is a fundamental area of mathematics in which active research continues to open up exciting new lines of enquiry.
The aims of the workshop are to:
bring together young researchers working in pure and applied set theory
give the participants the opportunity to learn from four experts in the field, who will give tutorials on current research and present new directions
enhance the exchange of new ideas through discussion sessions
build and maintain a network of young set theorists and senior researchers, so as to establish working contacts and help disseminate knowledge
support local research by inviting established UK-based researchers
highlight the UK as a major location for work in set theory to the next generation of resesearchers
Carolin Antos, Kurt Gödel Research Center
David Asperó, University of East Anglia
Mirna Džamonja, University of East Anglia
Silvia Steila, University of Bern
Thilo Weinert, Ben-Gurion-University of the Negev
Trevor Wilson, Miami University
Details on how to partipate in the workshop will appear here shortly
to be announced
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