This web-page gives information about the first one-day conference on Set theory, analysis and their neighbours, which took place on Thursday 17th September 1998 at the new London Mathematical Society building, De Morgan House, 57-58 Russell Square, London WC1. We are grateful to the LMS both for funding to support the meeting and for allowing us to use De Morgan House as a venue. The meeting was the first of what is intended to be a series taking place about three times a year. Click here for information about the second meeting (on 7th January 1999).
There has recently been a confluence of interests in set theory and analysis in a variety of ways. Examples include Gowers' dichotomy theorem in functional analysis, Hjorth's work on turbulence in descriptive dynamics, and Dales and Woodin's work on super-real fields. Our aim is to provide a forum for lectures on wide range of developments in these and similar areas, and to encourage communication and interaction between people working in them and in other related subjects.
The speakers have kindly agreed to let us make available the slides from their talks (or in some cases images of our notes!).
Topology and set theory (the fifth meeting in the series),
Ergodic theory and set theory (the fourth meeting in the series),
including
slides and abstracts from the talks.
Combinatorics
and set theory (the third meeting in the series), including
slides from the
talks and related preprints.
Finite model
theory and set theory (the second meeting in the series), including
slides from the
talks and related preprints.
Last updated on 15th October 1998