Set theory today: A conference in honor of Georg Cantor

September 10-14, 2018

Held by the Kurt Gödel Research Center under the auspices of the European Set Theory Society

Josephinum, Währinger Straße 25

Vienna, Austria

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.

Confirmed speakers:

(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.

Organizing/scientific committee

  • Vera Fischer
  • Sy-David Friedman
  • Benjamin Miller

Local organizing committee

  • Diana Carolina Montoya
  • Daniel Soukup