16-19 November 2018
Sant Bernat, Montseny, Catalonia
Set Theory Conference
Organised in partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute
- Peter Koellner (Harvard)
- Paul Larson (Miami)
- Menachem Magidor (Jerusalem)
- Jouko Väänänen (Helsinki and Amsterdam)
- W. Hugh Woodin (Harvard)
- David Asperó (UEA, Norwich)
- Carles Casacuberta (IMUB, Barcelona)
- Miguel Ángel Mota (ITAM, México)
- Konstantinos Tsaprounis (UAegean, Samos)
Venue and Accommodation
The event will take place at Hotel Sant Bernat, located in the Montseny natural park, in Catalonia.
Lodging rates are in Euros and include three hotel nights with three meals per day (from lunch on Friday 16 up to breakfast on Monday 19) plus tourist taxes.
- Double room for single use: 427 €
- Shared double room: 317 €
- Shared triple room: 295 €
There is the possibility of arriving earlier and/or departing later from the hotel. In such a case, the additional costs are as follows (room prices refer to one extra night, including breakfast):
- Double room for single use: 70 €
- Shared double room: 43 €
- Lunch on Monday: 26 €
Both on Friday 16 (arrival) and on Monday 19 (departure), transportation between El Prat airport of Barcelona and the hotel, passing through downtown Barcelona, will be arranged by the organisers. The bus ride from the airport to the hotel can take around two hours.
Further information on location and transportation is given here, including a map, bus schedule, car ride directions, train and taxi options.
The registration fee amounts to 75 € and includes a welcome cocktail, coffee breaks, and a mushroom hunting snack on Saturday 17. Instructions for registration and payment will be sent to pre-registered participants. Please contact the organisers for pre-registration.
List of Participants
So far the following people have pre-registered for the conference.
You may contact the organisers either directly or via the e-mail address 2018bagaria60 AT gmail DOT com.
The organisers gratefully acknowledge support from the Clay Mathematics Institute, the Foundation Compositio Mathematica, and the Institute of Mathematics of the University of Barcelona.