Appalachian set theory
This series of workshops on
set theory for the Appalachian region is supported by the National
Science Foundation (DMS-1439507)
and the host universities and institutes.
Funds provided by the National Science Foundation will be used to reimburse some participant
transportation and lodging expenses. Priority will be given to students and faculty who do not
hold federal research grants. Please request such funds as far in advance of the meeting as possible
by sending the following information to the email address
- Your name, university affiliation, mailing address, phone number and email address
- Your nationality and visa status
- Your professional status and some additional information:
- Undergraduate students: please describe your background in set theory
- Graduate students: please tell us your year and the name of your thesis advisor if you have one
- Faculty: please tell us whether you hold a federal research grant
- A brief statement about your interest in the workshop
The series is run by James Cummings, Ernest Schimmerling, and Clinton Conley, with assistance from the Planning Committee.
June 2, 2018 at Carnegie Mellon University
Dilip Raghavan led a workshop on
"Boolean ultrapowers and iterated forcing"
January 21, 2017 at Carnegie Mellon University
Benjamin Miller led a workshop on
"Applications of the open graph dichotomy"
November 5, 2016 at Carnegie Mellon University
Maryanthe Malliaris led a workshop on
"Cofinality spectrum problems: 𝔭, 𝔱 and model theory"
April 9, 2016 at Virginia Commonwealth University
Itay Neeman led a workshop on
"Forcing with countable conditions"
October 24, 2015 at Carnegie Mellon University
Su Gao led a workshop on
"Countable Abelian group actions"
May 9, 2015 at Carnegie Mellon University
John Steel led a workshop on
November 22, 2014 at the University of Illinois at Chicago
Slawomir Solecki led a workshop on
"Ultrafilter space methods in Infinite Ramsey Theory"
Follow this link for details
of workshops from 2006 to 2012.