Set theory today: A conference in honor of Georg Cantor
Set theory 100 years after Cantor
Georg Cantor (1845-1918) is considered by many the father of modern set theory, his notion of cardinality bringing to life a proper class of different infinities! This conference aims to gather leading scientists from various areas of present-day set theory to celebrate his work.
(subject to change)
- Omer Ben-Neria, UCLA.
- Jörg Brendle, Kobe University.
- Andrew Brooke-Taylor, University of Leeds.
- David Chodounský, Institute of Mathematics of the Czech Academy of Sciences.
- James Cummings, Carnegie Mellon University.
- Osvaldo Guzmán, York University.
- Radek Honzik, Charles University.
- Yurii Khomskii, University of Hamburg.
- Paul Larson, Miami University.
- Diego Mejía, Shizuoka University.
- Julien Melleray, University of Lyon.
- Heike Mildenberger, University of Freiburg.
- Luca Motto Ros, University of Torino.
- Dilip Raghavan, National University of Singapore (tentative).
- Christian Rosendal, University of Illinois at Chicago.
- Grigor Sargsyan, Rutgers University.
- Otmar Spinas, Kiel University.
- Asger Törnquist, University of Copenhagen.
- Todor Tsankov, University of Paris Diderot.
- Matteo Viale, University of Torino.
- Jindřich Zapletal, University of Florida.
- Vera Fischer
- Sy-David Friedman
- Benjamin Miller
Local organizing committee
- Diana Carolina Montoya
- Daniel Soukup