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Measure theory and set theory, 21/11/01, further info (fwd)

Measure theory and set theory

   Dear Colleague 

       This message is to give further information about "Measure 
   theory and set theory", the tenth one-day meeting in the 
   series "Set theory and its neighbours", which will take 
   place on on Wednesday 21st November 2001 at the London Mathematical 
   Society building, De Morgan House, 57-58 Russell Square, London WC1. 
   The meeting will start at 11am, when coffee will be available, and 
   the first talk will be at 11.30. 
   The last talk should finish at roughly 6pm.

       The speakers at the meeting will be:

   Marianna Csornyei (UCL), 
         "Some periodic and non-periodic recursions"
             (abstract on web-site)

   Michael Hrusak (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam and UNAM, Mexico),
         "Almost disjoint and independent families"

   Peter Komjath (E?tv?s University, Budapest)

   Grzegorz Plebanek (University of Wroslaw),
         "On measures on convex Corson compacta" 
              (abstract on web-site) 

       More information, including slides from the talks,
   will be available as we confirm it via the meetings' web-page:

      As ever, we hope to keep the meeting fairly relaxed, allowing 
   plenty of opportunity for informal discussion. We welcome and encourage
   anyone to participate. You are very welcome simply to turn up on the 
   day if you make a late decision. And we hope as many attendees as 
   possible will be able to come to "DK" for informal discussions at the 
   end of the talks section of the meeting.

      Please do tell anyone about the meeting who you think
   may be interested in it. And let us know if you would 
   like to speak or have ideas for speakers at future meetings.

      We are very grateful to the LMS for allowing us to use De Morgan
   House as a venue.  (De Morgan House is in the south-east corner of 
   Russell Square, The nearest tube station is Russell Square, but 
   De Morgan House is also only a short walk from Euston, Euston Square 
   and Goodge Street stations. See the web-site for maps and similarly
   for directions to "DK".)

            Best wishes,