This page gives information about one-day conference
on **Combinatorics and set theory**, the third
in the series *Set theory and its neighbours*,
which will take place on
**Thursday 8th April 1999** at the London
Mathematical Society building, De Morgan House, 57-58 Russell
Square, London WC1. The meeting will start at 11am, when coffee will
be available, and the first talk will be at 11.30.

- Peter
Cameron (QMW),
*The random graph and its relations*(LaTeX, dvi, ps) - Oren Kolman
(Kings College London)
*Negative partition relations and pcf theory*(ps) - Justin Moore
(University of Toronto)
*Uncountable random graphs*(dvi, ps) -
Crispin Nash-Williams
(Reading)
*Infinite graphs and marriage in infinite societies* -
John
Truss (Leeds)
*Rigid chains admitting many embeddings*, Abstract,

*Topology and set theory* (the fifth meeting in the series),
including
slides and abstracts from the talks.

*Ergodic theory and set theory* (the fourth meeting in the series),
including
slides and abstracts from the talks.

*Finite model
theory and set theory* (the second meeting in the series), including
slides from the
talks and related preprints.

*Set theory,
analysis and their neighbours* (the first meeting in the series),
inlcuding
slides from the talks and related preprints.

We hope 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. And let us know if you would like to speak or have ideas for speakers at future meetings.

We would be grateful if you could email us to let us know if you intend to come, so that we can get a reasonable idea about number of people likely to attend. Nevertheless you are very welcome simply to turn up on the day if you make a late decision.

We have some limited funds, from the BLC, to subsidise the travel expenses of graduate students who would like to attend. Please contact us for details.

We are very grateful to the LMS for allowing us to use De Morgan House as a venue. De Morgan House is in the bottom left (i.e. south-east) corner of Russell Square, itself in the bottom left hand corner of this map of the area. The nearest tube station is Russell Square, but De Morgan House is also only a short walk from Euston, Euston Square and Goodge Street stations.

Last updated on 7th April 1998