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Recent seminar announcements
 Jose Iovino: Metastability and model theory Toronto Set Theory Seminar
 Christopher Eagle: Baire Category and the Omitting Types Theorem Toronto Set Theory Seminar
 Dorottya Sziráki: Open colorings on generalized Baire spaces Budapest Logic Seminar
 Yann Pequignot: Sigma^1_2 sets and countable Borel chromatic numbers Logic Seminar in Turin
 Dániel T. Soukup: Uncountable strongly surjective linear orders Budapest Logic Seminar
 Jindra Zapletal: Quotient forcings defined from group actions Prague Set Theory Seminar
 Saeed Ghasemi: Scattered C*algebras Toronto Set Theory Seminar
 Witold Marciszewski: On factorization properties of function spaces Kurt Godel Research Center
 Peter Nyikos: Cardinality restrictions on some kinds of locally compact spaces Kurt Godel Research Center
 Shimon Garti: The club principle and the splitting number Israeli Logic Talks
Upcoming conferences
 August 14: Logic Colloquium 2017, August 1420, 2017
 August 20: Frontiers of Selection Principles, Warsaw, Aug 20 – Sep 1, 2017
 September 3: Set Theoretic Methods in Topology and Analysis, Będlewo, September 39, 2017
 September 7: Set theoretic & Topological methods in Model Theory, Tezpur, September 7–12, 2017
 September 8: Workshop on Computability Theory and Foundations of Mathematics, Singapore, September 812, 2017
 September 15: Simon Thomas: the first 60 years, Rutgers, September 1517, 2017
 November 20: Ultrafilters, Ramsey Theory and Dynamics, Villeurbanne, November 2024, 2017
 January 27: Winter School, Jan 27 – Feb 3, 2018

Talks by venue
 Barcelona Set Theory Seminar (RSS)
 Boise Set Theory Seminar (RSS)
 Bonn Logic Seminar (RSS)
 Bristol Logic Seminar (RSS)
 Budapest Logic Seminar (RSS)
 Carnegie Mellon Logic Seminar (RSS)
 Dartmouth Logic Seminar (RSS)
 Israeli Logic Talks (RSS)
 Kurt Godel Research Center (RSS)
 Logic Seminar in Turin (RSS)
 Michigan Logic Seminar (RSS)
 Morelia Topology and Set Theory Seminar (RSS)
 New York Logic Seminars (RSS)
 NUS logic seminar (RSS)
 Prague Set Theory Seminar (RSS)
 Rutgers Logic Seminar (RSS)
 Toronto Set Theory Seminar (RSS)
 UC Irvine Set Theory Seminar (RSS)
 Wrocław University of Technology (RSS)
Talks by speaker
Alan Dow Alekos Kechris Aleksander Cieślak Aleksandra Kwiatkowska Alessandro Vignati Alex Usvyatsov Alexei Kolesnikov Andre Nies Andreas Blass Andrés Caicedo Andrés Villaveces Andrew BrookeTaylor Andrew Marks Andy Zucker Antonio Avilés Anush Tserunyan Ari Brodsky Arnie Miller Arthur Apter Asaf Karagila Asger Tornquist Ashutosh Kumar Assaf Hasson Assaf Rinot Barnabas Farkas Benjamin Miller Bill Chen Bill Mitchell Boban Velickovic Borisa Kuzeljevic Brent Cody Burak Kaya Carlos Di Prisco Carlos MartinezRanero Charles Morgan Chris Eagle Chris LambieHanson Christina Brech Clinton Conley Daisuke Ikegami Dana Bartošová Daniel Rodriguez Daniel Soukup David Aspero David Chodounsky David J. Fernández Bretón David Marker David Milovich David Schrittesser Diana Ojeda Diego Alejandro Mejia Dikran Dikranjan Dilip Raghavan Dima Sinapova Dimitrios Vlitas Egbert Thümmel Erez Shochat Erin Carmody Farmer Schlutzenberg François Dorais Frank Stephan Franklin Tall Gregory Cherlin Grigor Sargsyan Grzegorz Plebanek Gunter Fuchs Heike Mildenberger Hiroshi Sakai Hugh Woodin Ilijas Farah Ioannis Souldatos Isaac Goldbring István Juhász Itay Neeman James Cummings Jan Grebík Jan van Mill Jay Williams Jean Larson Jindra Zapletal Joan Bagaria Joel David Hamkins John Baldwin John Clemens John Krueger John Steel Jonathan Verner Jordi LopezAbad Jörg Brendle Jose Iovino Jouko Väänänen Julien Melleray Juliette Kennedy Juris Steprans Justin Moore K. P. Hart Katharina Dupont Konstantinos Tyros Lajos Soukup Laura Fontanella Liuzhen Wu Luca Motto Ros Luz María García Ávila Lynn Scow Lyubomyr Zdomskyy Marcin Michalski Marcin Sabok Marion Scheepers Martin Goldstern Martin Zeman Martino Lupini Maryanthe Malliaris Masaru Kada Mati Rubin Matteo Viale Matthew D. Foreman Melvin Fitting Menachem Kojman Menachem Magidor Merlin Carl Michael Hrusak Michal Doucha Miguel Angel Mota Mike Pawliuk Mikhail Tkachenko Miodrag Sokic Mirna Džamonja Miyamoto Tadatoshi Monroe Eskew Moti Gitik Nadav Meir Nam Trang Natasha Dobrinen Norman Perlmutter Omer Ben Neria Omer Mermelstein Osvaldo Guzmán González Paul Larson Paul McKenney Peng Yinhe Peter Burton Peter Holy Peter Koellner Peter Koepke Peter Komjath Peter Krautzberger Petr Simon Philip Welch Philipp Lücke Philipp Schlicht Pierre Simon Piotr BorodulinNadzieja Piotr Koszmider Ralf Schindler Randall Holmes Rick Statman Robert Ralowski Robin TuckerDrob Rodrigo R. Dias Roman Kossak Saharon Shelah Sakaé Fuchino Samuel Coskey Scott Cramer Scott Schneider Sean Cox Sebastien Vasey Sergei Artemov Shehzad Ahmed Sheila Miller Simon Thomas Slawomir Solecki Spencer Breiner Spencer Unger Stefan Geschke Stevo Todorcevic Su Gao Sy David Friedman Szymon Zeberski Teruyuki Yorioka Thilo Weinert Timothy Trujillo Todd Eisworth Todor Tsankov Tomek Bartoszynski Toshimichi Usuba Trevor Wilson Uri Abraham Vera Fischer Victor Torres Perez Victoria Gitman Vincenzo Dimonte Wieslaw Kubis Will Boney Wojciech Stadnicki Wolfgang Wohofsky Xianghui Shi Yair Hayut Yizheng Zhu Yurii KhomskiiCategories
Recent discussions
 10th Young Set Theory Workshop, Edinburgh, July 1014, 2017  Set Theory Talks on 6th Young Set Theory Workshop, June 1014, 2013
 10th Young Set Theory Workshop, Edinburgh, July 1014, 2017  Set Theory Talks on 9th Young Set Theory Workshop, Copenhagen, June 1317, 2016
 10th Young Set Theory Workshop, Edinburgh, July 1014, 2017  Set Theory Talks on 8th Young Set Theory Workshop, Jerusalem, October 2530, 2015
 1st Irvine Conference on Descriptive Inner Model Theory and HOD Mice, July 1829 2016  Set Theory Talks on Inner Model Theory events in California, June, 2014
 saf on Assaf Rinot: The strength of the generalized Souslin hypothesis
 10th Young Set Theory Workshop, Edinburgh, July 1014, 2017  Set Theory Talks on 6th Young Set Theory Workshop, June 1014, 2013
Seminar organizer’s toolbox
Frank Tall has worked in many areas of settheoretic topology and set theory.
His current interests involve
a) applying forcing, large cardinals, selection principles, and topological games to classic problems concerning Lindelof
spaces,
b) applying models of form PFA(S)[S] to classic problems about paracompactness and metrizability in locally compact spaces, where a model is of form PFA(S)[S] if it is obtained by forcing with a coherent Souslin tree S over a model of
PFA restricted to those posets that preserve S. Such models are useful because in them hold many consequences of
PFA as well as some consequences of V = L.
Recent and upcoming talks by Franklin Tall
Franklin Tall: Arhangel’skii’s Lindelof points $G_{\delta}$ problem
Place: Fields Institute (Room 210)
Date: October 21st, 2016 (13:3015:00)
Speaker: Franklin Tall
Title: Arhangel’skii’s Lindelof points $G_{\delta}$ problem
Abstract: My claim of a solution was premature. I will discuss the history of the
problem, introduce ndowments and the Mitchell collapse, and prove some results that could lead to a solution. continue reading…
Franklin Tall: Work in progress
Place: Fields Institute (Room 210)
Date: September 23, 2016 (13:3015:00)
Speaker: Franklin Tall, University of Toronto
Title: Work in progress
Abstract: Depending on what I accomplish in the next week, I will either speak on the cardinality of regular Lindelof spaces with points $G_{\delta}$ or else on some connections among spaces satisfying the Baire Category Theorem, logics satisfying the Omitting Types Theorem, and nonmeager Pfilters. continue reading…
Franklin Tall: Nonmetrizable descriptive set theory, generalized metric spaces, and selection principles
Place: Fields Institute (Room 210)
Date: March 4th, 2016 (13:3015:00)
Speaker: Franklin Tall
Title: Nonmetrizable descriptive set theory, generalized metric spaces, and selection principles
Abstract: This is a continuation of my most recent talk, but knowledge of that one is not required. continue reading…
Franklin Tall: Definable Versions of Hurewicz’s Conjecture that Menger Spaces are Sigmacompact
Place: Fields Institute (Room 210)
Date: January 29 , 2016 (13:3015:00)
Speaker: Franklin Tall
Title: Definable Versions of Hurewicz’s Conjecture that Menger Spaces are Sigmacompact
Abstract: Hurewicz’s conjecture that Menger spaces are sigmacompact is false; it is true for analytic subspaces of Polish spaces and undecidable for other definable subspaces of Polish spaces. continue reading…
Franklin Tall: PFA(S)[S] and countably compact spaces, continued
Place: Fields Institute (Room 210)
Date: September 4th, 2015 (13:3015:00)
Speaker: Franklin Tall
Title: PFA(S)[S] and countably compact spaces, continued
Abstract:
We continue with Alan Dow’s proof that PFA(S)[S] implies every first countable perfect preimage of $\omega_1$ includes a copy of $\omega_1$. continue reading…
Franklin Tall: PFA(S)[S] and countably compact spaces
Place: Fields Institute (Room 210)
Date: August 14th, 2015 (13:3015:00)
Speaker: Franklin Tall
Title: PFA(S)[S] and countably compact spaces
Abstract:
We will continue with Dow’s proof and related material. continue reading…
Franklin Tall: PFA(S)[S] and countably compact spaces, II
Place: Fields Institute (Room 210)
Date: July 31st, 2015 (13:3015:00)
Speaker: Franklin Tall
Title: PFA(S)[S] and countably compact spaces, II
Abstract:
We give some more applications and then start going through the details of Alan’s proof. continue reading…
Franklin Tall: PFA(S)[S] and copies of $\omega_1$
Place: Fields Institute (Room 210)
Date: July 17th, 2015 (13:3015:00)
Speaker: Franklin Tall
Title: PFA(S)[S] and copies of $\omega_1$
Abstract:
Alan Dow proved PFA(S)[S] implies every first countable perfect preimage of $\omega_1$ includes a copy of $\omega_1$. continue reading…
Frank Tall: PFA(S)[S] III
Place: Fields Institute (Room 210)
Date: July 3rd (13:30 15:00)
Speaker: Franklin Tall
Title: PFA(S)[S] III
Abstract: I will use the machinery developed last time plus a little topology to finish the proof. continue reading…
Franklin Tall: PFA(S)[S] II
Place: Fields Institute (Room 210)
Date: 26June2015 (13:3014:45)
Speaker: Franklin Tall
Title: PFA(S)[S] II
Abstract: This is a continuation of last week’s lecture. Last week’s lecture was largely motivation; this lecture will be mainly technical, developing the method. continue reading…