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CRM > English > Activities > Curs 2016-2017 > Workshop on Set-theoretical aspects of the model theory of strong logics
Workshop on Set-theoretical aspects of the model theory of strong logics
General Information

​From September 26 to 30, 2016

New!!! Presentations

Grants for members of the Association for Symbolic Logic available (see IRP home page for more information​)​
This event is part of the IRP on Large Cardinals and Strong Logics made possible in part by the generous support from our contributors​​
Workshop description

The Workshop will bring together renowned specialists on the theory of large cardinals and the model theory of strong logics. The Workshop will be a unique opportunity to learn about the recent exciting results on the connections between the two areas and will serve as a springboard for future research. Young researchers are encouraged to attend the intensive Advanced Course​ taught during the week previous to the workshop.

Scientific Committee
Menachem Magidor, Professor of Mathematics, Einstein Institute of Mathematics of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Jouko Väänänen, Professor of Mathematics, University of Helsinki ​ 


John Baldwin​ ​University of Illinois
Will Boney​ ​Carnegie Mellon University
Rami Grossberg​ ​Carnegie Mellon University
Daisuke Ikegami​ ​Tokyo Denki University
​Vadim Kulikov ​University of Helsinki
​Paul Larson ​Miami University
​Robert Lubarsky ​Florida Atlantic University
​Philipp Luecke ​Universität Bonn
​Miguel Moreno ​University of Helsinki
​Jirí Rosický ​Masaryk University
​Monica van Dieren ​Robert Morris University
​Matteo Viale ​Università degli Studi di Torino
​Andrés Villaveces ​Universidad Nacional de Colombia
​W. Hugh Woodin ​Harvard University
Contributed talks

If you wish to give a contributed talk during the Workshop, please send your abstract (tex and pdf file) to​ before September 5th. Resolutions will be sent before September 9th.


Early bird R​egistration fee (before Ju​ne 1st 2016) ​ ​
Senior​​ ​125€
​Junior*​ 75€​
Regular Registration fee (from June 1st, 2016) ​ ​
Senior ​ 250€​
Junior* 150€​
D​ual registration offer
Participants of this Advanced Course interested in participating in the previous week's Advanced Courses​​ may take advantage of the Special dual registration. This offer is for Phd students and post-docs having read the thesis in the last two years and who are not receiving any grant to participate in the program. More information and dual registration​

*Phd students and post-docs having read the Thesis in the last two years

Registration includes: Participants folder, coffee breaks, and workshop dinner.
Deadline for registration: August 20th, 2016
Lodging information
For lodging in the area please click here
For off-campus and family accommodation click here
Contact information
 If you have any questions please contact: Núria Hernandez (