Set theory and its neighbours, 16

Topology and set theory, II

A one-day conference in the series Set theory and its neighbours will take place on Wednesday 5th December at the Department of Mathematics, University College London, 25 Gordon Street, London, WC1.

The talks will be in room 706, with the first talk starting at 2pm. (Note the later starting time than usual.) There will be tea (in room 606) from 4-4.30, and the meeting should finish by approximately 6.40pm.

The speakers at the meeting will be:

We aim to keep the meetings fairly relaxed, allowing plenty of opportunity for informal discussion. We welcome and encourage anyone to participate. Please do tell anyone about the meeting who you think may be interested in it. There is no registration fee for the meeting. We are happy for you to email us to let us know if you intend to come, but you are also very welcome simply to turn up on the day if you make a late decision. And let us know if you would like to speak or have ideas for speakers at future meetings. After the meeting we will probably go for a near-by drink and then supper.

Map of UCL and environs. 25 Gordon Square is at the top right hand corner of square E2.

Mirna Džamonja, Charles Morgan and Philip Welch

Return to the Set theory and its neighbours homepage for information, including slides from the talks and related preprints, about the previous meetings.

Last updated on 15th November 2007, Charles Morgan