The Friday Seminar

In the recently established KGRC Friday Seminar researchers from other areas of Mathematics and from Physics give talks at the KGRC directed towards a logic audience, to facilitate interdisciplinary dialogue and to find new connections between Mathematical Logic and these fields.

DateSpeakerTitle 
2016‑11‑25Zeynep Soysal
(Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA)
Unfolding the Content of the Concept of SetZeynep Soysal
2014‑12‑19Neil Barton
(University of London, UK)
What is a forcing extension (of V)? 
2014‑03‑28Michael Potter
(Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, UK)
Arguments for the Axiom of Replacement 
2013‑11‑22Giorgio Venturi
(Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy)
Forcing Axioms and the foundations of mathematics 
2012‑11‑30Ivona Brandic
(Distributed Systems Group, Information Systems Institute, TU Wien, Austria)
Cloud Computing: Reducing Energy Consumption while Improving Bioinformatics? 
2012‑04‑20Goulnara Arzhantseva
(Mathematics, University of Vienna, Austria)
On the limits in the space of marked groups 
2012‑03‑02Monika Henzinger
(Faculty of computer science, University of Vienna, Austria)
The assignment problem with piece-wise linear utility functions or how web search engines make money 
2012‑01‑13Robert Tichy
(Institut für Analysis und Computational Number Theory, TU Graz, Austria)
Effectivity and Ineffectivity in Number Theory 
2011‑05‑27Klaus Schmidt
(Department of Mathematics, University of Vienna, Austria, and Erwin Schrödinger Institute, Austria)
On some of the differences between Z and Z^2 in dynamics 
2011‑04‑08Caslav Brukner
(Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna, Austria, and University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Bell's theorem: Classical versus quantum probability 
2011‑04‑01Ludmil Katzarkov
(Department of Mathematics, University of Vienna, Austria)
Fundamental Groups 

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