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---21-June-2020-Hamburg-Set-Theory-Workshop-2020-H
STW-2020-Descriptive-Set-Theory-Forcing-and-the-Re
als-Virtual
DTSTAMP:20200528T153809
SUMMARY:Hamburg Set Theory Workshop 2020 (HSTW 202
0): Descriptive Set Theory, Forcing and the Reals,
Virtual
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20200620
DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20200621
LOCATION:Virtual
DESCRIPTION:Descriptive set theory discusses the r
elationship between logical complexity and good be
haviour of sets, so-called regularity properties (
e.g. Lebesgue measurability, perfect set property,
etc.). It is well known that these properties are
closely connected to forcing (and in some cases,
large cardinals). Modern developments in set theor
y such as forcing, large cardinals and determinacy
give powerful techniques to tackle problems in de
scriptive set theory. In recent years, set theoris
ts have generalised classical results of descripti
ve set theory to generalised reals. Speakers: 1.
Vera Fischer (Vienna) 2. Yurii Khomskii (Hamburg &
Amsterdam) 3. Dominique Lecomte (Paris) 4. Heike
Mildenberger (Freiburg) 5. Dorottya Sziraki (Budap
est) 6. Wolfgang Wohofsky (Vienna) 7. Jindrich Zap
letal (Gainesville FL) 8. Zoltan Vydnyanszky (Vien
na) Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the HSTW 2020 w
ill be held online as a Zoom webinar with several
zoom meetings as substitute for social events, lik
e cofeebreaks/lunch. Further information about the
conference format can be found on the conference
homepage.
X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n Descriptive se
t theory discusses the relationship between logica
l complexity and good behaviour of sets, so-called
regularity properties (e.g. Lebesgue measurabilit
y, perfect set property, etc.). It is well known t
hat these properties are closely connected to forc
ing (and in some cases, large cardinals). Modern d
evelopments in set theory such as forcing, large c
ardinals and determinacy give powerful techniques
to tackle problems in descriptive set theory. In r
ecent years, set theorists have generalised classi
cal results of descriptive set theory to generalis
ed reals.

\n\n Speakers: 1. Vera Fischer (V
ienna) 2. Yurii Khomskii (Hamburg & Amsterdam)
3. Dominique Lecomte (Paris) 4. Heike Mildenberge
r (Freiburg) 5. Dorottya Sziraki (Budapest) 6. Wol
fgang Wohofsky (Vienna) 7. Jindrich Zapletal (Gain
esville FL) 8. Zoltan Vydnyanszky (Vienna)

\n\n
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the HSTW 2020 w
ill be held online as a Zoom webinar with several
zoom meetings as substitute for social events, lik
e cofeebreaks/lunch. Further information about the
conference format can be found on the conference
homepage.

URL:https://www.math.uni-hamburg.de/spag/ml/HSTW20
20/
CONTACT:HSTW2020 at math.hamburg
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