Advanced Class

Young Set Theory Workshop 2019


All lectures in the BIG Hörsaal

Universitätsring 1, 1010 Wien

June 26 - 29, 2019

Vienna, Austria

Funded in part by the ASL, FWF, Uni Wien and WPI

Photos, slides and posters



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About the conference

The aim of the Young Set Theory workshops is to bring together young researchers working in set theory and give them the opportunity to learn from each other, as well as from leading experts in a friendly environment. A long-term objective of the workshops is to create and maintain a network of early career and senior researchers working in the field, establish contacts and help disseminate knowledge in the field.

Past meetings:

Young Set Theory 2018 (Lausanne) Young Set Theory 2017 (Edinburgh) Young Set Theory 2016 (Copenhagen) Young Set Theory 2015 (Jerusalem) Young Set Theory 2014 (Będlewo) Young Set Theory 2013 (Oropa) Young Set Theory 2012 (Marseille) Young Set Theory 2011 (Königswinter) Young Set Theory 2010 (Raach) Young Set Theory 2009 (Bellaterra) Young Set Theory 2008 (Bonn)

In 2019, we titled the YST workshop Advanced Class given the exceptional line-up of speakers. The workshop will take place in the city of Vienna (Austria) at the Faculty of Mathematics, University of Vienna. There will be twelve tutorial lectures, each of length 90 minutes, given by experts in different areas of set theory. Further highlights include four post-doctoral research talks, a poster session and discussions sessions.

Tutorial speakers

Plese see the abstracts here.

Jörg Brendle

Forcing and cardinal invariants

Iterated forcing and the Continuum Hypothesis

Countable Borel equivalence relations

Slawomir Solecki

Projective Fraïssé limits and compact spaces

Forcing with forcings

The Ultimate-L Conjecture

Postdoctoral Speakers

Thomas Baumhauer

Filippo Calderoni

Zoltan Vidnyánszky

Spencer Unger

Poster Session

Participants are invited to present their work with a poster at our poster session. Please, let us know in your registration if you would like to present a poster by May 1st.

Organizing committee

Organizing\Scientific Committee:

Vera Fischer (chair), Sy-David Friedman, Benjamin Miller.

Local organising committee:

Diana Carolina Montoya, David Schrittesser, Daniel Soukup.

Contact

If you have any questions please contact us at: yst2019.logic@univie.ac.at.

Sponsors