RIMS Set Theory Workshop
Nov. 16 - 20, 2020

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Kyoto University Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences

Set Theory Workshop 2020

SET THEORY: REALS AND TOPOLOGY

November 16 - 20, 2020

PROGRAM

External linkSchedule (Oct. 18th, 2020 version)

External linkTitles and Abstracts (Nov. 12th, 2020 version)

SLIDES

Osvaldo Guzmán External linkSpecial constructions of mad families (full minicourse)
Ashutosh Kumar Forcing with sigma ideals and Lebesgue outer measure
External linkLecture 1 External linkLecture 2 External linkLecture 3
Martin Goldstern External linkMany cardinals below the continuumExternal link
Ulises Ariet Ramos-García External linkOCA in the class of hereditarily Lindelöf submetrizable spaces
Monroe Eskew External linkWeak square from weak presaturation
Vera Fischer External linkThe spectrum of independendence
Sakaé Fuchino External linkRado’s Conjecture and Hamburger’s HypothesisExternal link
Martina Iannella External linkOn convex bi-embeddability between countable linear orders
Tetsuya Ishiu External linkThere is no space-filling curve for a compact connected nowhere separable linearly ordered topological space
Sittinon Jirattikansakul External linkBlowing up the power of a singular cardinal of uncountable cofinality with collapses
Chris Lambie-Hanson External linkHighly connected Ramsey theory
Carlos Martínez-Ranero External linkHereditary interval algebras and cardinal characteristics of the continuum
Hiroshi Sakai External linkHigher Stationary Reflection and Cardinal Arithmetic
Jonathan Schilhan External linkDefinability of maximal families of reals in forcing extensions
Nattapon Sonpanow External linkCardinal characteristics associated with families of functions and permutations
Jaroslav Šupina External linkIdeal Fréchet–Urysohn property of a space of continuous functions
Yasuo Yoshinobu External linkFragility of Properness