Recent and upcoming talks by Rodrigo R. Dias

BEST 2015 slides

The 22nd BEST conference was held June 14–17 in San Francisco, CA. Mirna Džamonja – FAC and WQO orders and their ordinal invariants Luke Serafin – Cardinal invariants of generalized continua Ari Brodsky – A microscopic approach to higher Suslin tree constructions Ola Kwiatkowska – Dynamics of the homeomorphism group of the Lelek fan Paul Ellis – The conjugacy problem for countable homogeneous structures Trevor Wilson – Covering properties of derived models Miha Habic – Joint Laver diamonds Bill Chen – Scales in Prikry extensions Rodrigo Dias – Productively countably tight spaces and selective games Steven Clontz – Limited information strategies in infinite games Liljana Babinkostova – The selective strong screen ability game Spencer Unger – Baire measurable paradoxical decompositions via matchings Diana Ojeda-Aristizábal – Finite forms of Gowers’ FINk theorem continue reading…

22nd Boise Extravaganza in Set Theory, June 15-17, 2015

Boise Extravaganza in Set Theory June 15 – 17, 2015 San Francisco State University math.boisestate.edu/~best/ At present plenary speakers for BEST 2015 include: Dr. Rodrigo Dias, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil Dr. continue reading…

Rodrigo R. Dias: Supertightness and point-picking games

Boise Set Theory Seminar Tuesday, April 15 from 2 to 3pm Room: Mathematics 136 Speaker: Rodrigo Roque Dias (BSU and São Paulo) Title: Supertightness and point-picking games continue reading…

Rodrigo Roque Dias: The point-open game

Tuesday, February 4 from 2 to 3pm Room: Mathematics 136 Speaker: Rodrigo Roque Dias Title: The point-open game in products Abstract: The point-open game was introduced independently by R. Telgársky (1975) and F. continue reading…

Rodrigo R. Dias: Alster spaces and the Menger game

Monday, October 14 from 3 to 4pm Room: Mathematics 136 Speaker: Rodrigo R. Dias (Universidade de São Paulo and BSU) Title: Alster spaces and the Menger game Abstract: We answer a question of Frank Tall by showing that the existence of a winning strategy for player Two in the Menger game is strictly stronger than the Alster property. continue reading…

Rodrigo R. Dias: Indestructibility and selection principles

Toronto Set Theory Seminar Friday, December 16 from 1:30-3pm Fields, Room 210 Speaker: Rodrigo R. Dias (São Paulo) Title: Indestructibility and selection principles Abstract: In this talk we will explore the game-theoretic characterization of indestructibility of Lindelöf spaces. continue reading…

Toronto Set Theory Seminar

Toronto Set Theory Seminar Friday, July 15 from 1:30 to 3pm Fields Institute, room 210 Speaker: Franklin Tall (Toronto) Title: Recent progress and problems concerning Lindelöf products and selection principles. Speaker: Rodrigo Dias (Toronto) Title: Some topological games and selection principles (Please note that Franklin Tall will also give two talks, on July 12 and 19 in Bahen 6180/3 at 11am in the student set theory seminar. continue reading…