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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: Ultra-Combinatorics, 24-25 Jan 2013, Pisa, ITALY

Centro di Ricerca Matematica "E. De Giorgi", Pisa

Scientific Committee:
Imre Leader (Univ. Cambridge, UK); Dona Strauss (Univ. Leeds, UK)
                Mauro Di Nasso (Univ. Pisa, Italy).

         CRM - Centro di Ricerca Matematica "E. De Giorgi"
           Chair: Mauro Di Nasso, University of Pisa.



             Up-to-date info can also be found at:

                        --- DESCRIPTION ---

This workshop aims to bring together European researchers
interested in the applications of ultrafilters in combinatorics
of numbers, and related topics.
The talks will present recent results in this area and
provide an updated overview of the subject.
The main goal of this meeting is to disseminate information
about the various techniques related to the use of ultrafilters
(including algebra in the space betaN and nonstandard analysis)
and their potential to attack open problems in Ramsey theory
and number theory.

                 --- INVITED SPEAKERS ---

* Mathias Beiglboeck (Univ. Wien, Austria)
* Sabine Koppelberg (Berlin Freie Univ., Germany)
* Imre Leader (Univ. Cambridge, UK)
* David Ross (Univ. Hawaii, USA & Univ. Oslo, Norway) - to be confirmed -
* Dona Strauss (Univ. Leeds, UK)

                   ---  REGISTRATION   ---

People who plan to participate in this workshop must register
at the official CRM web page of the workshop:

There are no registration fees to attend this workshop.

Please note that the organization of ULTRA-COMBINATORICS
is not involved in reservations of Hotels.

                   ---  PROGRAM ---

The workshop will take place at CRM - Centro di Ricerca Matematica
"E. De Giorgi" of Pisa, and will consist of two sessions for
invited talks, and two sessions of contributed talks.

Registration will start at 9:00 am of Thurday, January 24, 2013.
The first session of talks will start at 10:00 am of the same day,
and the last session will end by 6:00 pm of the following day,
Friday January 25, 2013.

A social dinner is scheduled for the evening of Thursday, January 24.

                ---  CONTRIBUTED TALKS ---

Contributed talks are invited. To submit a proposal,
please register to the workshop and in the registration form
you will be asked to insert an abstract.

*** The submission deadline is Friday, January 4, 2013 ***

As a general rule, decisions on the acceptance of submitted abstracts
will be communicated to the authors shortly after their submission.


Depending on the funds available, accommodation expenses at
an agreed Residence in Pisa may be covered to some graduate
students and young researchers.

To apply for support, follow the instructions as given in the web page:

Please circulate this announcement to whomever you think