Workshops and conferences with the KGRC as host or co-organizer

December 2016
The KGRC is involved in the ESI Workshop Current Trends in Descriptive Set Theory.
September 2015
The KGRC hosts a symposium on the foundations of mathematics. (Report)
April 2015
Several KGRC members participate in the conference Sets and Computations in Singapore. Sy Friedman is committee member.
September/October 2014
Jointly with the Department of Logic, Faculty of Arts, at Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, the KGRC co-organizes the Joint Prague-Vienna Logic & Set Theory Meeting 2014.
July 2014
The KGRC hosts a symposium on the foundations of mathematics and the Infinity Workshop, a part in VSL2014's stream "Mathematical Logic".
September and October 2013
The KGRC is involved in the ESI Set Theory Programme
July 2013
Sy David Friedman's 60th-Birthday Conference takes place in Vienna.
June 2012
A miniworkshop on set theory is held at the KGRC.
January 2012
A joint JSPS-FWF workshop Forcing in Set Theory takes place in Kobe, Japan.
July 2011
The KGRC hosts an informal workshop.
July 2011
Several KGRC members participate in The Infinity Conference. Sy Friedman is committee member.
April 2011
The KGRC hosts an informal workshop on logic.
March 2011
A computer science workshop takes place at the KGRC March 24-25, organized by Laura Kovacs (TU Wien) and Sy Friedman (KGRC).
January 2011
Several KGRC members participate in the Oberwolfach workshop Set theory, organized by Sy-David Friedman (KGRC), Menachem Magidor (Jerusalem) and W. Hugh Woodin (Berkeley).
July 2010
A joint seminar with the Sobolev Institute of Mathematics of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences is held at the KGRC. (Funded by the FWF joint seminars program.)
February 2010
The KGRC co-organizes the Young set theory workshop 2010 (with several KGRC members in the organizing and program committee).
July 2009
A workshop on computable model theory is held at the KGRC.
June 2009
The KGRC co-organizes the ESI workshop on large cardinals and descriptive set theory (130 participants).
Organizing committee: S. Friedman (KGRC), M. Goldstern (TU Wien), R. Jensen (Humboldt-Universität Germany), A. Kechris (Caltech, USA), W.H. Woodin (UC Berkeley, USA).
June 2009
A joint seminar with the St. Petersburg logic group (headed by Y. Matiyasevich) takes place at the KGRC. (Funded by the FWF joint seminars program.)
January 2008
Several KGRC members participate in the Oberwolfach workshop Set theory, organized by Sy-David Friedman (KGRC), Menachem Magidor (Jerusalem) and W. Hugh Woodin (Berkeley).
April 2006
The KGRC co-organizes an international symposium celebrating the 100th birthday of Kurt Gödel: Horizons of Truth - Gödel Centenary 2006.
Speakers include Paul Cohen, Solomon Feferman, Harvey Friedman, Georg Kreisel, Angus J. Macintyre, Dana Scott and Hugh Woodin.
A Young Scholars' Competition is held at the KGRC, won by Justin Moore, Mark Van Atten and Eli Ben-Sasson. The awards are presented by Garry Kasparov.
December 2005
Several KGRC members participate in the Oberwolfach workshop Set theory, organized by Sy-David Friedman (KGRC), Menachem Magidor (Jerusalem) and W. Hugh Woodin (Berkeley).
November 2005
KGRC Set Theory Workshop and 9th Kurt Gödel Colloquium.
Speakers include Joan Bagaria, Bohuslav Balcar, Andras Hajnal, Istvan Juhasz, Peter Koepke, Adrian Mathias and Lajos Soukup.
October 2004
KGS lecture by Yuri Matijasevic: Hilbert's Tenth Problem today: Main results and open questions.
February 2004
KGS lecture by Menachem Kojman: Topology and Combinatorics of Singular Cardinals.
May 2003
Mini workshop with Tom Jech, Peter Koepke, Stevo Todorcevic and Boban Velickovic.
September 2001
The KGRC hosts the PhD EuroConference Foundations of the Formal Sciences III.
August 2001
KGRC Set Theory Workshop and 7th Kurt Gödel Colloquium.
Participants included Tomek Bartoszynski, Harvey Friedman, Moti Gitik, Ronald Jensen, Menachem Magidor, Itay Neeman, Ernest Schimmerling, Saharon Shelah, Otmar Spinas, John Steel, W. Hugh Woodin, and Jindrich Zapletal.

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Kurt Gödel Research Center for Mathematical Logic. Währinger Straße 25, 1090 Wien, Austria. Phone +43-1-4277-50501. Last updated: 2016-08-01, 14:34.