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NY Grad Student Logic Conference (Nov 2004)

New York Graduate Student Logic Conference, November 20-21, 2004

We are pleased to announce the first meeting of the New York Graduate
Student Logic Conference. The goal of this conference is to promote
graduate education in logic by bringing together the best graduate
students doing research in any part of logic. Students will meet other
graduate students working in logic, give talks on their research or on
their research area, and benefit by hearing the talks of other students.

The first meeting of this conference will be held on November 20-21, 2004
at St.  Francis College in Brooklyn, NY, organized by Erez Shochat (St.
Francis College, and also affiliated with the CUNY Graduate Center), and
Rehana Patel (St. John's University). All interested members of the
mathematical community are welcome to attend. Faculty especially are urged
to send their students.

At this time, the organizers wish to announce the second and last call for
papers/abstracts. If you are a student who is doing research in Logic and
would like to speak at our conference, please send an abstract of your
proposed talk to both organizers, at the addresses given below. Talks may
be on either your original research or your general research area, and
should be directed at other students of logic. Please include your name,
contact information and institutional affiliation with your abstract. We
would like to receive applications by September 30, but will continue to
consider later submissions.  We particularly welcome applications from
women and other groups underrepresented in mathematics.

The first NY Graduate Student Logic Conference is sponsored by MAMLS,
which is funded by the NSF, with additional support from St. Francis
College. Support is available to help cover the travel and hotel expenses
for speakers; please contact the organizers. In addition, it is the policy
of MAMLS to pay $35 to all non-speaker student participants at its
conferences. Additional funding may be available for students coming from
outside the NY metropolitan area.  Applications for the additional funding
(for either speakers or audience) must be received by September 30th.

Please spread the word about this conference to your friends and
colleagues.  Further information can be found on the conference website,
http://nylogic.org/GradStudentConference/StFrancis2004. Thank you!

Please reply to the Conference Organizers:
  Erez Shochat eshochat@stfranciscollege.edu
  Rehana Patel patelr@stjohns.edu