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Recent seminar announcements
 James Cummings: Universal graphs Carnegie Mellon Logic Seminar
 Zoltán Vidnyánszky: Random elements of large groups Toronto Set Theory Seminar
 Marion Scheepers: Playing an infinitely long game when you have limited memory III Boise Set Theory Seminar
 Philip Welch: The Ramified Analytical Hierarchy and Strong Logics Bristol Logic Seminar
 Chris LambieHanson: Reflections on the coloring and chromatic numbers Israeli Logic Talks
 Ralf Schindler: A Hamel basis for the reals without choice Bonn Logic Seminar
 Salma Kuhlmann: The BaerKrull Theorem for Quasiordered fields Israeli Logic Talks
 Ludomir Newelski: Stable groups and topological dynamics Israeli Logic Talks
 Itaï Ben Yaacov: Baby version of the asymptotic volume estimate Israeli Logic Talks
 Assaf Rinot: Partitioning a cardinal into fat stationary sets Israeli Logic Talks
Upcoming conferences
 January 28: Winter School, Jan 28 – Feb 4, 2017
 March 20: 2017 North American ASL Meeting: March 2023, 2017
 April 1: MAMLS at VCU, April 12, 2017
 July 3: 6th European Set Theory Conference, Budapest, July 37, 2017
 July 10: 10th Young Set Theory Workshop, Edinburgh, July 1014, 2017
 July 29: A conference on the occasion of Jensen’s 80th birthday, Münster, July 29–Aug 04, 2017
 August 14: Logic Colloquium 2017, August 1420, 2017
 August 21: Frontiers of Selection Principles, Warsaw, Aug 21 – Sep 1, 2017

Talks by venue
 Barcelona Set Theory Seminar (RSS)
 Boise Set Theory Seminar (RSS)
 Bonn Logic Seminar (RSS)
 Bristol Logic Seminar (RSS)
 Carnegie Mellon Logic Seminar (RSS)
 Dartmouth Logic Seminar (RSS)
 David Chodounsky (RSS)
 Israeli Logic Talks (RSS)
 Marcin Sabok (RSS)
 Michigan Logic Seminar (RSS)
 Morelia Topology and Set Theory Seminar (RSS)
 New York Logic Seminars (RSS)
 NUS logic seminar (RSS)
 Prague Forcing Seminar (RSS)
 Prague Set Theory Seminar (RSS)
 Rutgers Logic Seminar (RSS)
 Toronto Set Theory Seminar (RSS)
 UC Irvine Set Theory Seminar (RSS)
 Wroclaw Set Theory Seminar (RSS)
 Wrocław University of Technology (RSS)
Talks by speaker
Alan Dow Alekos Kechris Aleksander Cieślak Aleksandra Kwiatkowska Alex Usvyatsov Alexei Kolesnikov 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 Chris LambieHanson Christina Brech Clinton Conley Daisuke Ikegami Dana Bartošová Daniel Rodriguez Daniel Soukup David Aspero David Chodounsky David Fernández Bretón David J. Fernández Bretón David Marker David Milovich 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 Stary Jan van Mill Janusz Pawlikowski 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 Liljana Babinkostova Lionel Nguyen Van The 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 Miha Habic 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 Osvaldo Guzman Osvaldo Guzmán González Paul Larson Paul McKenney Peng Yinhe 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 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 Tristan Bice 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
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Samuel Coskey earned his PhD from Rutgers University under the direction of Simon Thomas. His research interests include descriptive set theory, especially invariant descriptive set theory and its interactions with model theory, algebra, analysis, and computability theory.
Recent and upcoming talks by Samuel Coskey
Samuel Coskey: Classifying automorphisms of countable trees
Tuesday, September 13 from 3 to 4pm
Room: MB 124
Speaker: Samuel Coskey (BSU)
Title: Classifying automorphisms of countable trees
Abstract: We summarize some of the results from Kyle Beserra’s master’s thesis. continue reading…
Samuel Coskey: Amalgamation properties and conjugacy
Wednesday, September 2 from 3 to 4pm
Room: MP 207
Speaker: Samuel Coskey (BSU)
Title: Amalgamation properties and conjugacy
Abstract: In this talk we aim to classify automorphisms of ultrahomogeneous structures up to conjugacy. continue reading…
Samuel Coskey: LópezEscobar’s theorem for metric structures
Wednesday, April 8 from 3 to 4pm
Room: Math 124
Speaker: Samuel Coskey (BSU)
Title: LópezEscobar’s theorem for metric structures
Abstract: The classical LópezEscobar theorem states that any Borel class of countable structures may be axiomatized using an appropriate infinitary logic. continue reading…
Samuel Coskey: Introduction to continuous logic
Wednesday, March 4 from 3 to 4pm
Room: Math 124
Speaker: Samuel Coskey (BSU)
Title: An introduction to continuous logic
Abstract: Continous logic is a proper generalization of first order logic where the usual binary truth values are replaced by the unit interval $[0,1]$. continue reading…
Samuel Coskey: Conjugacy and homogeneous graphs, II
Wednesday, February 4 from 3 to 4pm
Room: Math 124
Speaker: Samuel Coskey (BSU)
Title: Conjugacy and homogeneous graphs, II
Abstract: This talk is continued from last semester. We study the conjugacy relation on the automorphism group of a homogeneous structure from the point of view of Borel complexity theory. continue reading…
Samuel Coskey: Conjugacy and homogeneous graphs
Wednesday, September 3 from 3 to 4pm
Room: Math 226
Speaker: Samuel Coskey (BSU)
Title: Conjugacy and homogeneous graphs
Abstract: Before studying the conjugacy problem in a given Polish group G, it is natural to ask what is the complexity of the conjugacy equivalence relation. continue reading…
21st Boise Extravaganza in Set Theory, June 1820, 2014
BOISE EXTRAVAGANZA IN SET THEORY (BEST)
June 18 – 20, 2014
University of California, Riverside
The 21st meeting of BEST will be hosted at University of California, Riverside, as a symposium of the 95th annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science – Pacific Division (AAASPD). continue reading…
Samuel Coskey: A longer Choquet game
Tuesday, February 11 from 2 to 3pm
Room: Mathematics 136
Speaker: Samuel Coskey (BSU)
Title: A longer Choquet game
Abstract: A topological space is Polish if it is separable and completely metrizable. continue reading…
Samuel Coskey: Abelian groups and conjugacy
Monday, December 9 from 3 to 4pm
Room: Mathematics 136
Speaker: Samuel Coskey (BSU)
Title: Countable abelian groups and conjugacy relations
Abstract: How hard is it to classify the countable abelian groups? continue reading…
Samuel Coskey: Splitting relations
Monday, September 30 from 3 to 4pm
Room: Mathematics 136
Speaker: Samuel Coskey (BSU)
Title: Splitting relations
Abstract: If $A$ and $B$ are infinite subsets of $\mathbb N$, we say that $A$ splits $B$ if both $A\cap B$ and $A^c\cap B$ are infinite. continue reading…