Daniel Soukup recieved his MSc in 2011 at the Eötvös Loránd University in Hungary, and his PhD in 2015 at the University of Toronto, under the supervision of William Weiss.

He is mainly focusing on applications of set theory to topology.

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Recent and upcoming talks by Daniel Soukup

Daniel Soukup: Monochromatic partitions of edge-colored infinite graphs

13/September/2013, 13:30–15:00 Fields institute,Room 210 Speaker: Daniel Soukup Title:  Monochromatic partitions of edge-colored infinite graphs Abstract: Our goal is to find well behaved partitions of edge-colored infinite graphs following a long standing trend in finite combinatorics started by several authors including P. continue reading…

Daniel Soukup: Partitioning bases of topological spaces

12/April/2013, 13:30–15:00 Fields institute,Room 210 Speaker: Daniel Soukup Title: Partitioning bases of topological spaces Abstract: The purpose of this talk is to investigate whether an arbitrary base for a dense in itself topological space can be partitioned into two bases; these spaces will be called base resolvable. continue reading…

Erdős Centennial, July 1-5, 2013

The Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Alfréd Rényi Mathematical Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Eötvös Loránd University and the János Bolyai Mathematical Society announce that a conference dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Paul Erdős will be held in Budapest, Hungary, July 1-5, 2013. continue reading…

Daniel Soukup: Variations on separability

Friday, October 14, from 1:30 to 3pm Fields Institute, Room 210 Speaker: Daniel Soukup (Toronto) Title: Variations on separability Abstract: The aim of this talk is to review some recent results on variations of separability; we investigate spaces having sigma-discrete and meager dense sets and selective versions of these properties. continue reading…