Workshop on set theoretic methods in compact spaces and Banach spaces, April 17-21, 2013

Workshop on set theoretic methods in compact spaces and Banach spaces, Warsaw, April 17-21, 2013

This conference will focus on applying set-theoretic analysis in the interactions between Banach spaces and compact spaces. Every Banach space X induces the dual ball BX* which is compact in the weak* topology and through which X can be sucessfully investigated. On the other hand every compact space K induces the Banach space C(K) of continuous functions on K, the construction which has been used to produce numerous conterexamples in the general Banach space theory. Combinatorial analysis of the geometry of Banach spaces and set-theoretic topology in the context of weak* and weak topologies associated with Banach spaces are the methods which turned out to be particularly sucessful in investigating the above intereactions.

 Main speakers:

  • T. Banakh (Lviv, Kielce)
  • P. Borodulin-Nadzieja (Wroclaw)
  • C. Brech (Sao Paulo)
  • J. Castillo (Badajoz)
  • K. P. Hart (Delft)
  • O. Kalenda (Prague)
  • J. Lopez-Abad (ICMAT Madrid)
  • R. Smith (Dublin)
  • S. Todorcevic (Paris, Toronto)

Participants:

  1. Antonio Avilés Lopez, Universidad de Murcia
  2. Marek Balcerzak, Institute of Mathematics £ódz University of Technology
  3. Taras Banakh, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv and Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland
  4. Artur Bartoszewicz, Institute of Mathematics, Lodz Technical University
  5. Hana Bendova, Charles University in Prague
  6. Marek Bienias, Institute of Mathematics, Lodz University of Technology
  7. Piotr Borodulin-Nadzieja, University of Wroclaw
  8. Christina Brech, Unversidade de São Paulo
  9. Jesús Castillo, Universidad de Extramadura
  10. Leandro Candido Batista, Universidade de São Paulo
  11. Marek Cuth, Charles University in Prague
  12. Stefania D´Alessandro, Department of Mathematics of the University of Milan/Institute of Mathematics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
  13. Beata Deregowska, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Jagiellonian University
  14. Piotr Drygier, Mathematical Institute of the University of Wrocław
  15. Marian Fabian, Mathematical Institute Czech Academy of Sciences
  16. Ahmad Farhat, University of Wroclaw
  17. Barnabas Farkas, University of Wroclaw
  18. Joanna Garbulinska, Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce/Jagiellonian University in Krakow
  19. Szymon Glab, Institute of Mathematics £ódŸ University of Technology
  20. Rafal Gorak, Warsaw University of Technology
  21. Klaas Pieter Hart, Delft University of Technology
  22. Takanori Hida, University of Amsterdam
  23. Istvan Juhasz, Alfred Renyi Institute of Mathematics
  24. Ondrej Kalenda, Charles University in Prague
  25. Witold Kisielewski, University of Silesia
  26. Piotr Koszmider, Polish Academy of Sciences
  27. Adam Krawczyk, University of Warsaw
  28. Mikolaj Krupski, Polish Academy of Sciences
  29. Andrzej Kryczka, Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Sk³odowskiej
  30. Adam Kwela, Polish Academy of Sciences
  31. Barbara Lewandowska, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Jagiellonian University
  32. Jorge Lopez Abad, Instituto de Ciencias Matemáticas-Madrid
  33. Maciej Malicki, Polish Academy of Sciences
  34. Witold Marciszewski, University of Warsaw
  35. Michael Megrelishvili, Bar-Ilan University
  36. Henryk Michalewski, University of Warsaw
  37. Pavlos Motakis, National Technical University of Athens
  38. Jacek Nikiel, Opole University
  39. Matej Novotny, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague
  40. Magdalena Nowak, Uniwersytet Jagielloñski / Uniwersytet Jana Kochanowskiego w Kielcach
  41. Diana Ojeda Aristizabal, Cornell University
  42. Anna Pelczar-Barwacz, Jagiellonian University
  43. Eva Pernecká, Charles University in Prague/Institute of Mathematics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
  44. Grzegorz Plebanek, University of Wroclaw
  45. Roman Pol, University of Warsaw
  46. Daniele Puglisi, University of Catania
  47. Taras Radul, Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego w Bydgoszczy
  48. Matias Raja, Universidad de Murcia
  49. Martin Rmoutil, Charles University in Prague
  50. Marcin Sabok, Polish Academy of Sciences
  51. Richard Smith, University College Dublin
  52. Damian Sobota, Wroclaw University of Technology
  53. Lajos Soukup, Alfred Renyi Institute of Mathematics
  54. Wojciech Stadnicki, University of Wroclaw
  55. Marcin Staniszewski, Uniwersytet Gdañski
  56. Filip Strobin, Institute of Mathematics, Łódź University of Technology
  57. Jaroslaw Swaczyna, Institute of Mathematics, Łódź University of Technology
  58. Slawomir Szczepaniak, Polish Academy of Sciences
  59. Zoltan Szentmiklossy, ELTE TTK, Budapest
  60. Jarno Talponen, University of Eastern Finland
  61. Stevo Todorcevic, University of Toronto/CNRS/University of Paris
  62. Jacek Trepkowski, Jagiellonian University, Kraków
  63. Marian Turzanski, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University
  64. Piotr Zakrzewski, University of Warsaw

 

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