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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

5th Young Set Theory Workshop, 30 April - 5 May 2012, FRANCE

http://math.univ-lyon1.fr/~melleray/yst2012-info.html

Luminy (France)

Dear all,

We are pleased to announce the Fifth Young Set Theory Workshop which will take place between April 
30th and May 4th 2012 in Luminy, near Marseille, France.

The aim of this conference is to bring together PhD students, postdocs and young researchers in 
Set Theory in order to learn from leading researchers in the field, hear about the latest research
and to discuss research issues in a co-operative environment.

The conference format will be similar to previous years, including tutorials, research talks and 
discussion sessions. For more information, please see:
http://math.univ-lyon1.fr/~melleray/yst2012-info.html

All accommodation, lectures, discussions and meals will be at the CIRM 
(http://www.cirm.univ-mrs.fr/index.html/), in the surroundings of Marseille. Due to space 
limitations, rooms will have to be shared. More and updated information, in particular preliminary 
details concerning registration, accommodation, and conference fee, is available at the conference
website.

Official registration is not open yet, but you are strongly encouraged to contact Lionel Nguyen 
Van Th (lionel@latp.univ-mrs.fr) if you are interested in attending the conference.

And last, please feel free to forward this announcement to all PhD students and colleagues who 
might be interested.

Looking forward to meeting you in Luminy.

Julien Melleray (melleray@math.univ-lyon1.fr) Lionel Nguyen Van Th (lionel@latp.univ-mrs.fr) 
Todor Tsankov (todor@math.jussieu.fr) Matteo Viale (matteo.viale@unito.it )