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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Aspects of Descriptive Set Theory, 19-21 Oct 2011, JAPAN

http://www.math.sci.ehime-u.ac.jp/%7Efujita/rims2011/index.en.html

Kyoto (Japan)

Dear colleague,

a workshop on

    "Aspects of Descriptive Set Theory"

will take place at the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences of Kyoto University (Japan) 
from October 19 (Wed.) till October 21 (Fri.), 2011. The workshop is organized by Hiroshi Fujita 
(Ehime University). The program will feature minicourses by Stefan Geschke and Slawomir Solecki, 
as well as many other talks by participants from Japan and abroad. See the webpage

    http://www.math.sci.ehime-u.ac.jp/%7Efujita/rims2011/index.en.html

for details. If you are interested in attending, please contact Hiroshi Fujita, the sooner the better:

    fujita.hiroshi.mh@ehime-u.ac.jp

Also, a joint seminar Austria-Japan on

    "Forcing in Set Theory"

will take place at Kobe University (Japan) from Jan. 23 (Mon.) till Jan. 
29 (Sun.), 2012. There is no webpage for this meeting yet, and details will be announced later. 
Alternatively, you can check our Activities Webpage:

    http://kurt.scitec.kobe-u.ac.jp/~brendle/events.html

We'd be very grateful if you could distribute this email to anybody who might be interested.

Thank you very much!

best wishes,

--jrg brendle