Recent and upcoming talks by Dan Hathaway

Special session on Large cardinals and combinatorial set theory, Ann Arbor, October 20-21, 2018

Paul Larson and Andrés E Caicedo are co-organizing a special session at the Fall Central Sectional Meeting 2018 in Ann Arbor, on Large cardinals and combinatorial set theory. The session will take place Saturday October 20 and Sunday October 21. continue reading…

BEST 2016 slides

The 23rd BEST conference was held June 15–16 in San Diego, CA. Shehzad Ahmed – Jonsson cardinals and pcf theory Liljana Babinkostova – A weakening of the closure operator Kyle Beserra – On the conjugacy problem for automorphisms of countable regular trees Erin Carmody – Killing them softly William Chan – Every analytic equivalence relation with all Borel classes is Borel somewhere John Clemens – Relative primeness of equivalence relations Paul Corazza – The axiom of infinity, quantum field theory, and large cardinals Cody Dance – Indiscernibles for $L[T_2,x]$ Natasha Dobrinen – Ramsey spaces coding universal triangle-free graphs and applications to Ramsey degrees Paul Ellis – A Borel amalgamation property Monroe Eskew – Rigid ideals Daniel Hathaway – Disjoint Borel functions Jared Holshouser – Partition properties for non-ordinal sets under the axiom of determinacy Paul McKenney – Automorphisms of $\mathcal P(\lambda)/\mathcal I_\kappa Kaethe Minden – Subcomplete forcing and trees Daniel Soukup – Orientations of graphs with uncountable chromatic number Simon Thomas – The isomorphism and bi-embeddability relations for finitely generated groups Douglas Ulrich – A new notion of cardinality for countable first order theories Kameryn Williams – Minimal models of Kelley-Morse set theory Martin Zeman – Master conditions from huge embeddings continue reading…

Dan Hathaway: Introduction to pcf theory

There will be a logic seminar today Monday, February 6, from 4 to 5:30, in 2866 East Hall. Dan Hathaway (U. of Mich.) will give an Introduction to pcf theory. There will also be a Google+ Hangout during the seminar; simply contact Peter Krautzberger to be added. continue reading…