FOM: set theory meeting in Idaho
Stephen G Simpson
simpson at math.psu.edu
Wed Feb 21 08:32:38 EST 2001
From: Tomek Bartoszynski <tomek at diamond.boisestate.edu>
To: best at diamond.boisestate.edu
Subject: BEST 10 (second announcement)
Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2001 16:35:28 -0700 (MST)
BOISE EXTRAVAGANZA IN SET THEORY
Friday, March 23 - Sunday, March 25, 2001
We are pleased to announce our tenth BEST conference.
James Cummings (Carnegie-Mellon University)
Carlos DiPrisco (IVIC, Venezuela)
Joel Hamkins (CUNY/Staten Island and Carnegie-Mellon University)
Simon Thomas (Rutgers University)
Participants (so far):
Paul Bankston (Marquette University)
Tomek Bartoszynski (Boise State University)
Andreas Blass (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
Chris Ciesielski (West Virginia University)
Paul Corazza (Boise State University)
Olivier Esser (ULB Brussels)
Ryszard Frankiewicz (Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw)
Randall Holmes (Boise State University)
Masaru Kada (Kitami University)
Shizuo Kamo (Osaka Prefecture University)
Justin Moore (University of East Anglia and Boise State University)
Janusz Pawlikowski (West Virginia University)
Krzysztof Plotka (West Virginia University)
The talks will be held on Friday, Saturday and on Sunday in the
Department of Mathematics at Boise State University.
BEST social events are planned as well.
The conference webpage at
contains the most current information including lodging, abstract
submission, maps, schedule, etc.
Anyone interested in giving a talk and/or participating
should contact one of the organizers as soon as possible.
Limited financial support is available, in particular for graduate
students. In order to apply, e-mail one of the organizers and we will
send you the required paperwork.
Tomek Bartoszynski: tomek at math.boisestate.edu
Paul Corazza: corazza at math.boisestate.edu
Justin Moore: justin at math.boisestate.edu
You can also reach all three of us by writing to
best at math.boisestate.edu
The conference is supported by a grant from the National
Science Foundation, whose assistance is gratefully acknowledged.
More information about the FOM