Rutgers Logic Seminar: Mondays

Hill Center
VISITORS SHOULD PICK UP A PARKING PERMIT FROM THE PARKING
OFFICE.

In Spring 2013, the Logic Seminar will be
held in Room 705.
#### Seminar Schedule

5:00-6:20 pm, Room 705, Hill Center, Busch

- Jan 28th, Simon Thomas, Rutgers
- Mixing actions of countable groups are almost free

- Feb 4th, No seminar this week

- Feb 11th, Arthur Apter, CUNY
- Some Remarks on Tall Cardinals and Failures of GCH

- Feb 18th, Russell Miller, CUNY
- Independent sets in free groups and fields

- Feb 25th, Simon Thomas, Rutgers
- Invariant random subgroups III

- This Logic Seminar will be held in
Hill 423.
- Mar 4th, Simon Thomas, Rutgers
- Invariant random subgroups IV

- Mar 11th, Scott Cramer, Berkeley
- Inverse limit reflection and the structure of
L(V
_{λ +1})

- Mar 25th, Joel Hamkins, CUNY
- Pluralism in mathematics: the multiverse view in set theory and
the
question
- of whether every mathematical statement has a definite truth value

- April 1st, Grigor Sargsyan, Rutgers
- Covering with universally Baire functions

- April 8th, No seminar this week

- April 15th, Roman Kossak, CUNY
- Some model theory inspired by the standard cut

- April 22nd, Jan Reimann, Penn State
- Uniformity and Borel equivalence relations

- April 29th, No seminar this week

- This Logic Seminar will be held in
Hill 423.
- May 6th, Simon Thomas, Rutgers
- Isomorphism and bi-embeddability of Kazhdan groups

*Dinner follows*

Directions to Hill Center

File date: 8/2012