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1/28-January---4-February-2017-Winter-School-in-Ab
stract-Analysis-section-set-theory-topology-Hejnic
e-Czech-Republic
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SUMMARY:Winter School in Abstract Analysis: sectio
n set theory & topology, Hejnice, Czech Republic
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170128
DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170204
LOCATION:Hejnice, Czech Republic
DESCRIPTION:The Winter School is a traditional con
ference for mathematicians working in diverse area
s of Set Theory, Topology and Analysis. The school
is a meeting where emphasis is put on the joy of
doing mathematics. Questions and discussions are w
elcome and there is plenty of space for them outsi
de of the talks. The meeting aims to be a meeting
for both experienced researchers as well as advan
ced students who are most welcome to not only part
icipate but to also present their work. The progr
am is split into a tutorial part and a research pa
rt. The tutorial part consists of a series of lect
ures delivered by the invited speakers. The tutori
als are meant to be accessible to students and non
-experts. Tutorial speakers for this year are: Dav
id Asperó, Joan Bagaria, Christina Brech and Andre
w Marks. The research part consists of presentatio
ns of research papers/problems from the area of Se
t Theory, Set Theoretic Topology, Measure Theory a
nd related fields.
X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n The Winter Sch
ool is a traditional conference for mathematicians
working in diverse areas of Set Theory, Topology
and Analysis. The school is a meeting where emphas
is is put on the joy of doing mathematics. Questio
ns and discussions are welcome and there is plenty
of space for them outside of the talks.

\n\n
The meeting aims to be a meeting for both exper
ienced researchers as well as advanced students wh
o are most welcome to not only participate but to
also present their work.

\n\n The program i
s split into a tutorial part and a research part.
The tutorial part consists of a series of lectures
delivered by the invited speakers. The tutorials
are meant to be accessible to students and non-exp
erts. Tutorial speakers for this year are: David A
speró, Joan Bagaria,
Christina Brech and Andrew Marks. The research par
t consists of presentations of research papers/pro
blems from the area of Set Theory, Set Theore
tic Topology, Measure Theory and related fields.\n
URL:http://www.winterschool.eu
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