Institute for Logic, Language and Computation

15 March 2006, Set Theory and Analysis, London, UK

Date: Wednesday 15 March 2006
Location: London, UK

There will be a "Set Theory and its Neighbours" meeting in London on 15th March 2006, with some funding from 'Cameleon'.

The meeting will be held at the Department of Mathematics at University College London, in Gordon Street, London WC1.

The first talk will start at 11 am. (Please note that this is half an hour earlier than at our previous meetings and that the venue is a new one.)

The speakers at the meeting will be
* 11-12am: Peter Komjath (Eotvos, Budapest)
* 1-2pm: Matteo Viale (Paris)
* 2-3pm: Mirna Dzamonja (East Anglia)
* 3.30-4.30pm: Taras Banakh (Lviv/Kielce)
* 4.30-5.30pm: Piotr Koszmider (Sao Paulo)

As ever, we aim to keep the meetings fairly relaxed, allowing plenty of opportunity for informal discussion. We welcome and encourage anyone to participate. Please do tell anyone about the meeting who you think may be interested in it. We are happy for you to email us to let us know if you intend to come, but you are also very welcome simply to turn up on the day if you make a late decision. And let us know if you would like to speak or have ideas for speakers at future meetings.

There is no registration fee for the meeting. We may have some limited funds to subsidise the travel expenses of graduate students who would like to attend. Please contact us for details.

Mirna Dzamonja and Charles Morgan

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