Recent and upcoming talks by Ralf Schindler

Ralf Schindler: Does Pi-1-1 determinacy yield 0#?

Monday, October 21, 2013, 16.30 Seminar room 1.008, Mathematical Institute, University of Bonn Speaker: Ralf Schindler (University of Münster) Title: Does Pi-1-1 determinacy yield 0#? Abstract: It is unknown whether Pi-1-1 determinacy yields 0# in third order arithmetic. continue reading…

Ralf-Dieter Schindler: Stationary reflection, mouse reflection, and strategy reflection

Speaker: Ralf-Dieter Schindler Institution: Uni Muenster (Germany) and UC Berkeley Time: Mon, 02/25/2013 – 4:00pm – 5:30pm Location: RH 440R Set theory studies reflection principles of different forms. The talk will discuss the role of stationary reflection and threadability in the core model induction. continue reading…

Workshop on Iterated Forcing and Large Cardinals, November 12-16, 2012

This workshop will take place at the Fields institute, as a part of the 2012 Thematic Program on Forcing and its Applications. Organizing Committee: Michal Hrusak Saharon Shelah W. Hugh Woodin Show Schedule Monday November 12 9:00-9:50 Tadatoshi Miyamoto (Nanzan University) A study of iterating semiproper forcing 10:00-10:50 David Aspero (Technische Universitaet Wien) 10:50-11:10 Coffee Break 11:10-12:00 Ralf Schindler (WWU Münster) An axiom LUNCH 15:00-15:50 Matteo Viale (University of Torino) Absoluteness of theory of 16:10-17:00 John Krueger (University of North Texas) Forcing with Models as Side Conditions Tuesday November 13 9:00-9:50 Tadatoshi Miyamoto (Nanzan University) A study of iterating semiproper forcing 10:00-10:50 Itay Neeman (University of California, Los Angeles) Higher analogs of the proper forcing axiom 10:50-11:10 Coffee Break 11:20-12:10 Moti Gitik (Tel-Aviv University) A weak generalization of SPFA to higher cardinals. continue reading…

MALOA Set Theory Research Workshop, October 25 – 28, 2012

MALOA Set Theory Research Workshop Universität Münster Organizers: Benjamin Miller and Ralf Schindler This is a workshop on set theory intended mainly for PhD students, but postdocs and more senior mathematicians are welcome. continue reading…