Young Set Theory Workshop 2023
Set theory is a broad area of mathematics, with many interconnecting themes, and our knowledge is developing rapidly. This international workshop will bring together young mathematicians, providing in depth introductions to various topics in set theory, leading to questions at the forefront of research. Tutorials and talks will be given by both experienced researchers and postdocs, and will be primarily aimed at advanced PhD students and early career researchers.
Omer Ben-Neria (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Natasha Dobrinen (University of Notre Dame)
Vera Fischer (University of Vienna)
Stephen Jackson (University of North Texas)
Todor Tsankov (University Claude Bernard - Lyon 1)
William Chan (University of North Texas)
Monroe Eskew (University of Vienna)
Thomas Gilton (University of Pittsburgh)
Ziemowit Kostana (Bar-Ilan University)
Jenna Zomback (Williams College)
The workshop will include a special poster session. The posters will also be displayed throughout the week. We welcome workshop participants to submit abstracts for posters to contribute. The number of posters we can include will be limited, and will be determined by application. If you are interested in contributing a poster, please send an application email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject "Poster" and an abstract, by Feb 28, 2023. Contributors of posters whose participation is not already covered by grant money can also apply for partial financial support; see the section below on financial support.
Stefan Hoffelner (WWU Münster)
Aleksandra Kwiatkowska (WWU Münster)
Sandra Müller (TU Wien)
Farmer Schlutzenberg (WWU Münster)
The program will start the morning of Monday, 29 May, and run until the afternoon of Saturday, 3 June. Details will be announced in due course.
The deadline for registration is April 24, and it can be done here. There is a conference fee of 50 euros.
Support and child care
Child care is available free of charge, on site, for all participants of the workshop. If you require child care, please inform us of this when registering.
Venue and Travel Information
The conference will take place in Münster, Germany, at the Münster mathematics and computer science department, which is situated at the north-east corner of the intersection of Einsteinstraße and Orleans-Ring. The talks will be held in lecture hall M2, Einsteinstraße 64 (Hörsaal building). This is the building closest to the intersection just mentioned.
The University of Münster is located in Münster in Westphalia. The address of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science is Einsteinstrasse 62 and is listed on all common route planners.
You can find the Cluster of Excellence Mathematics Münster in the annex:
Directions can be found on openstreetmap or on the Campus map of the University of Münster.
Hotel information: in English or German
Further detailed travel information can be found on the MM websites.
Download: Information for conference guests / Informationsblatt für Tagungsteilnehmer:innen [de|en]
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You may download, print and display the poster at your institution.
Financial support for participants
Student members of the Association for Symbolic Logic (ASL) may apply for travel support at ASL. Note that such applications have to be submitted at least 3 months prior to the meeting (February 27). For precise instructions on how to apply for ASL support please see the ASL website here.
We also have some limited funding available to help support qualified participants, particularly poster contributors, whose costs are not already covered by a grant. To apply for such support, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, including your CV, your expected budget, and how much is/is not already covered. If you are a graduate student, please also arrange that your advisor sends a letter of support to the same email address. (You should receive an email in reply to confirm receipt of your application.) All application materials should be received by March 15, 2023.
The workshop is supported by the following organizations:
- The Cluster of Excellence Mathematics Münster
- The European Mathematical Society, as an EMS Summer School
- WWU Münster, through the WWU International office
- The Association for Symbolic Logic (through independent application; see section on support for applicants)
- Marianne and Dr. Horst Kiesow-Stiftung, Frankfurt a.M.
- Institut für Mathematische Logik und Grundlagenforschung