KGRC Research Seminar

In the KGRC Research Seminar, current research in Mathematical Logic is presented. Since its beginning in 1999, about 400 talks have been given, about half of them by visitors from outside Austria, including numerous leaders in the field. (We recently started another seminar as well, the Friday seminar.)

Current year (sorted backwards)
2017‑06‑29Witold Marciszewski
(University of Warsaw, Poland)
2017‑05‑18Victoria Gitman
(CUNY Graduate Center, New York, USA)
2017‑05‑04Víctor Torres-Pérez
(TU Wien)
Rado's Conjecture, an alternative to forcing axioms? 
2017‑04‑27Alberto Marcone
(Università di Udine, Italy)
Some results about the higher levels of the Weihrauch lattice 
2017‑04‑26Matteo Viale
(Università di Torino, Italy)
Useful axioms 
2017‑04‑06Peter Holy
(University of Bonn, Germany)
Small embedding characterizations for large cardinals, and internal large cardinalsPeter Holy
2017‑03‑30Luca Motto Ros
(University of Turin, Italy)
Ultrametric spaces, isometry, and isometry groupsLuca Motto Ros
2017‑03‑23Michał Tomasz Godziszewski
(University of Warsaw, Poland)
Computable quotient presentations of models of arithmetic and set theoryMichał Tomasz Godziszewski
2017‑03‑16Vassilis Gregoriades
(University of Turin, Italy)
The Dyck and Preiss Separation UniformlyVassilis Gregoriades
2017‑03‑09Yizheng Zhu
(Universität Münster, Germany)
Projective sets and inner modelsYizheng Zhu
2017‑03‑02Brent M. Cody
(Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, USA)
Rigid IdealsBrent M. Cody
2017‑01‑26Michal Garlík
(Czech Academy of Sciences)
Bounded arithmetic and restricted reduced productsMichal Garlík
2017‑01‑19Leandro Aurichi
(University of São Paulo, Brazil)
A characterization for productively ccc spacesLeandro Aurichi
2017‑01‑12Riccardo Camerlo
(Politecnico di Torino, Italy)
The density function: some remarks, results, and open problemsRiccardo Camerlo

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Kurt Gödel Research Center for Mathematical Logic. Währinger Straße 25, 1090 Wien, Austria. Phone +43-1-4277-50501. Last updated: 2017-04-21, 04:03.