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June---23-July-2010-Asian-Initiative-for-Infinity-
AII-Graduate-Summer-School-in-Logic-Singapore
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SUMMARY:Asian Initiative for Infinity (AII) Gradua
te Summer School in Logic, Singapore
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20100628
DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20100723
DESCRIPTION:The Graduate Summer School bridges the
gap between a general graduate education in mathe
matical logic and the specific preparation necessa
ry to do research on problems of current interest
in the subject. In general, students who attend th
e AII Summer School should have completed their fi
rst year, and in some cases, may already be workin
g on a thesis. While a majority of the participant
s will be graduate students, some postdoctoral sch
olars and researchers may also be interested in at
tending. Having completed at least one course in M
athematical Logic is required, and completion of a
n additional graduate course in either set theory
or recursion theory is strongly recommended. Stude
nts should be familiar with the Gödel Completeness
and Incompleteness Theorems and with the Gö del a
nd Cohen Independence Theorems in Set Theory. Th
e main activity of the AII Graduate Summer School
will be a set of three intensive short courses off
ered by leaders in the field, designed to introduc
e students to exciting, current research topics. T
hese lectures will not duplicate standard courses
available elsewhere. Each course will consist of l
ectures with problem sessions. On average, the par
ticipants of the AII Graduate Summer School meet t
wice each day for lectures and then again for a pr
oblem session. Applications are invited from int
erested students. Each student selected for partic
ipation will be provided with a stipend of at leas
t US$2000. Additional funding will be available to
cover accommodation. Applications will be conside
red from 7 April 2010 and decisions made on a roll
ing basis, for as along as funds remain available.
For further details, visit http://www2.ims.nus.ed
u.sg/Programs/010aiiss/
X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n The Gradua
te Summer School bridges the gap between a general
\n graduate education in mathematical logic a
nd the specific\n preparation necessary to do
research on problems of current\n interest i
n the subject. In general, students who attend the
AII\n Summer School should have completed th
eir first year, and in\n some cases, may alre
ady be working on a thesis. While a majority\n
of the participants will be graduate students, s
ome postdoctoral\n scholars and researchers m
ay also be interested in attending.\n Having
completed at least one course in Mathematical Logi
c is\n required, and completion of an additio
nal graduate course in\n either set theory or
recursion theory is strongly recommended.\n
Students should be familiar with the Gödel Co
mpleteness and\n Incompleteness Theorems and
with the Gö del and Cohen\n Independence
Theorems in Set Theory.\n

\n The
main activity of the AII Graduate Summer School w
ill be a\n set of three intensive short cours
es offered by leaders in the\n field, designe
d to introduce students to exciting, current\n
research topics. These lectures will not duplica
te standard\n courses available elsewhere. Ea
ch course will consist of\n lectures with pro
blem sessions. On average, the participants of\n
the AII Graduate Summer School meet twice eac
h day for lectures\n and then again for a pro
blem session.\n

\n \n Applicat
ions are invited from interested students. Each st
udent selected\n for participation will be
provided with a stipend of at least US$2000.\n
Additional funding will be available to cover
accommodation. Applications will be considered fro
m 7 April 2010 and decisions made on a rolling\n
basis, for as along as funds remain availabl
e. For further details, visit http://www2.ims.nus.edu.sg/Programs/010aiiss/

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