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The Inter
national Conference "ULTRAMATH 2022" aim
s to present recent results in the whole spectrum
of mathematics which are grounded on the use of ul
trafilters and ultraproducts. Its main goals:

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n - Disseminate information about the vario
us techniques related to the use of ultrafilters a
nd ultraproducts, and their potential to attack op
en problems.

\n - Bring together researc
hers with different backgrounds, and encourage the
ir collaborations and interactions, especially on
topics connecting different areas of mathematics.<
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This is the second edition of "Ul traMath", after the one held in P isa in 2008. After two years of postponement, we are strongly committed to holding this 2022 edi tion with the physical presence of lecturers and p articipants. We will make every effort to ensure t hat this is done safely; in the unfortunate case o f a new emergency due to the pandemic, UltraMath 2 022 will take place anyway as a hybrid or as an on line event, depending on the situation.

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URL:https://www.ultramath.it/
CONTACT:ultramath2022 at cs.dm.unipi.it
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Participants are invited to submit ab stracts. Abstracts should be written in LaTeX (als o plain text files are ok) and fit on at most one page when processed. The covered topics of UltraMa th 2022 include (but are not limited to): Additive and Combinatorial Number Theory, Combinatorics an d Ramsey Theory, Algebra and Geometry, General Top ology, Measure Theory, Ergodic Theory and Dynamics , Functional Analysis and Metric Spaces, Nonstanda rd Analysis and Model Theory, Generalized Spaces a nd Differential Equations, and Set Theory.

\n\nGreater prominence will be given to those res
ults that satisfy (most of) the following conditio
ns:

\n - The results can be formulated and pre
sented in non-specialist terms, and be in principl
e understandable by any practicing mathematician.<
br>\n - The usage of ultrafilters/ultraproducts i
s important (or even essential) in obtaining these
results.

\n - The results connect different a
reas of mathematics.

\n - The results reveal n
ew facets of known important topics.