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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: 5th Young Set Theory Workshop, 30 Apr - 4 May 2012, Luminy, FRANCE

Dear all,

This is the second announcement for the Young Set Theory Workshop that will take place in Luminy 
between April 30th and May 4th, 2012. Please note the following important information (especially 
concerning ASL grants, because of the close deadline):

0) Webpages:

The webpage of the conference is:

Official registration will soon take place on the CIRM website (before registering, an account has 
to be created):

1) Registration fee:

The amount to register will be at most 205 Euros. This will cover food and lodging from Sunday April
29th evening to Friday May 4th (checkout 6pm).Those who are willing to stay at the CIRM until 
Saturday morning will have the possibility to do so, but we will not be able to cover the 
corresponding expenses (at most 90 Euros, depending on the kind of bedroom).

Payment of the fee will have to be done online. Details in a soon coming email, and on the website 
of the conference.

2) Grants:

The ASL will bring support via the possibility of obtaining travel awards for graduate students 
who are members of the ASL:

Please note that the deadline for asking for such a grant is three months before the meeting. In 
our case, that means that applications should be sent very shortly, before the end of January 2012.

We will also be able to bring partial financial support for some participants who are not supported
by their institutions. To apply for such a grant, participants should contact Lionel Nguyen Van 
Th (, and ask their supervisor to send directly a short reference letter. 
The deadline for applying is February 29th.

2) Research statement:

We would like all the participants to send us a research statement (pdf) file, which will be made 
available on the web page.

Looking forward to meeting you in Luminy,

Julien Melleray,
Lionel Nguyen Van Th,
Todor Tsankov,
Matteo Viale,