Justin Tatch Moore (born 1974) is a full professor of mathematics at Cornell University. His research concerns the combinatorics of uncountable sets and its applications in mathematics.

He received his Ph.D. in 2000 from the University of Toronto under the supervision of Stevo Todorcevic. In 2006, he won first prize in the Young Scholars competition celebrating the Godel Centenary.

He was one of the organizers of the fall 2012 Thematic Program in Forcing and its Applications at the Fields Institute, and one of the organizers of Descriptive set theory and Polish groups semester at the Bernoulli Center in 2018.

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Recent and upcoming talks by Justin Moore

TOPOSYM, July 25–29, 2016

Twelfth Symposium on General Topology and its Relations to Modern Analysis and Algebra www.toposym.cz Toposym 2016 will be held on July 25–29, 2016 in Prague, Czech Republic under the auspices of the Institute of Mathematics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the Charles University. continue reading…

Independence Results in Mathematics and Challenges in Iterated Forcing, Norwich, November 2-6 2015

Satellite Workshop 2nd November 2015 to 6th November 2015 Held at the University of East Anglia Norwich, UK Organisers: David Aspero (University of East Anglia), Joan Bagaria (Universitat de Barcelona), Mirna Dzamonja (University of East Anglia), Benedikt Loewe (Universität Hamburg) Workshop Theme Independence Results in Mathematics and Challenges in Iterated Forcing Forcing, and especially iterated forcing, is an extremely fruitful technique for proving that certain statements in mathematics are independent from ZFC, or some other base set theory. continue reading…

Forcing and its applications: Retrospective Workshop, March 29 – April 2, 2015

The meeting will take place at the Field Institute, 222 College Street, Toronto. About In the years 1963-1964, Paul Cohen developed the method of forcing in order to settle Cantor’s Continuum Problem.  continue reading…

Winter School, Jan 31 – Feb 7, 2015

We are pleased to announce that the registration for the Winter School in Abstract Analysis, section Set Theory & Topology is now open. The conference will take place between Jan 31st and Feb 7th 2015 in Hejnice, Czech Republic. continue reading…

Mid-Atlantic Mathematical Logic Seminar, October 25-26, 2014

Rutgers Logic Conference 2014 The Fall 2014 Rutgers Logic Meeting will take place at Rutgers University on October 25-26, 2014. The invited speakers are Ilijas Farah, Andrew Marks, Justin Moore, Saharon Shelah, Dima Sinapova, and Nam Trang. continue reading…

Novi Sad Conference in Set Theory and General Topology, August 18-21, 2014

The SETTOP 2014 conference will take place August 18-21 in Novi Sad, Serbia. http://www.dmi.uns.ac.rs/settop/ Topics: Set Theory Model Theory General Topology Invited speakers: Dana Bartošová (Sao Paolo) Piotr Borodulin-Nadzieja (Wroclaw) Jan van Mill (Amsterdam) Justin Moore (Ithaca, NY) Stevo Todorčević (Paris – Toronto) Scientific Committee: Joan Bagaria (Barcelona) Mirna Džamonja (Norwich) Sy Friedman (Vienna) István Juhász (Budapest) Miloš Kurilić (Novi Sad) continue reading…

Logic, Dynamics, and Their Interactions II, June 2 – 6, 2014

Logic, Dynamics, and Their Interactions II June 2 – 6, 2014 University of North Texas Denton, TX Registration is now open!  Click here to register online.  Speakers will talk on descriptive set theory, ergodic theory, dynamical systems, and other related topics. continue reading…

MFO workshop in Set Theory, Oberwolfach, January 2014

These are title of the talks from the 2014 Oberwolfach meeting. Below, are some of the slides. Brendle – Rothberger gaps in analytic quotients Conley – Measurable analogs of Brooks’s theorem for graph colorings Cramer – Inverse limit reflection and generalized descriptive set theory Cummings – Combinatorics at successors of singulars Dobrinen – Progress in topological Ramsey space theory Dzamonja – Combinatorial versions of SCH Fischer – Template iterations and maximal cofinitary groups Gitik – Short extenders forcings and collapses Golshani – The effects of adding a real to models of set theory Koepke – An Easton-like Theorem for ZF Set Theory Krueger – Forcing square with finite conditions Lupini – Borel complexity and automorphisms of $C^*$-algebras Melleray – Full groups of minimal homeomorphisms and descriptive set theory Mildenberger – Specialising Aronszajn trees in a gentle way Moore – Completely proper forcing and the Continuum Hypothesis Motto Ros – On the descriptive set-theoretical complexity of the embeddability relation on uncountable models Neeman – Higher analogues of PFA Rinot – Complicated Colorings Sabok – Automatic continuity for isometry groups Sargsyan – Core Model Induction and Hod Mice Schindler – Does $\Pi^1_1$  determinacy yield 0#? continue reading…

Rutgers 2013 Fall MAMLS

The Fall MAMLS 2013 Meeting will take place at Rutgers University on October 19-20, 2013. The invited speakers are Paul Larson, Andrew Marks, Justin Moore, Itay Neeman, Marcin Sabok, Trevor Wilson and Spencer Unger. continue reading…

Axiomatic approaches to forcing techniques in set theory, November 3-8, 2013

The Banff International Research Station will host the “Axiomatic approaches to forcing techniques in set theory” workshop from November 3rd to November 8th, 2013. The focus of this program is on forcing axioms and their applications within mathematics. continue reading…