[FOM] New York Grad Student Logic Conference, May 7 - 8, 2010

Hamkins, Joel JHamkins at gc.cuny.edu
Mon Mar 15 14:54:59 EDT 2010

We are pleased to announce the third New York Graduate Student Logic 
Conference, which will be held Friday and Saturday, May 7-8, 2010, at 
the CUNY Graduate Center located in midtown Manhattan.

The goal of the NY Graduate Student Logic Conferences is to promote 
graduate education in logic by bringing together the best graduate 
students working in any part of the subject. Students meet and hear 
talks by other students in logic, give talks on their own research or 
on their research area, and have the opportunity to interact with 
senior logicians. While there is no fee for participants, please do 
register at 

The organizers, Evangelia Antonakos of the Graduate Center and BCC, 
CUNY and Shoshana Friedman of KBCC, CUNY, would like to invite 
students of mathematical logic and related areas to submit abstracts 
for talks. Talks may be either on original research or expository in 
nature, and should be directed at other students of logic. Please 
submit abstracts to 
<mailto:NYGradConf2010 at gmail.com>NYGradConf2010 at gmail.com. In your 
e-mail please give your full name, postal address and email address, 
the name of your institution, number of years in the program, and the 
name of a reference who is familiar with your work, together with the 
contact information of that person.  Your abstracts should reach us 
by March 25, 2010.

The conference is sponsored by the National Science Foundation 
through the Mid-Atlantic Mathematical Logic Seminar (MAMLS), and by 
CUNY.  While participants are expected to pursue avenues of funding 
from their home institution, modest travel  funds of about $200 are 
available for students coming from outside the New York metropolitan 
area. Applications for funding (for either speakers or audience) must 
be received by March 25, 2010 and should be sent to 
<mailto:NYGradConf2010 at gmail.com>NYGradConf2010 at gmail.com.  Women and 
members of other groups traditionally under-represented in 
mathematics are especially encouraged to apply.

For further information please check the conference website at 
Information about the previous NY Graduate Student Logic Conferences 
is available 

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