CUNY Graduate Center
Room 6417
Fridays 10:00am-12:00pm
Organized by Victoria Gitman and Corey Switzer

Calendar

July 9
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Paul Kindvall Gorbow University of Gothenburg
The Copernican Multiverse of Sets: Part II
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July 2
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Paul Kindvall Gorbow University of Gothenburg
The Copernican Multiverse of Sets
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June 4
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Gabriel Goldberg University of Berkeley
TBA
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May 28
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Gabriel Goldberg University of Berkeley
TBA
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May 21
The seminar will take place virtually at 1pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Omer Ben-Neria Hebrew University
TBA
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May 14
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Corey Switzer University of Vienna
Tight Maximal Eventually Different Families
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May 7
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Benjamin Goodman CUNY
Woodin's Extender Algebra
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April 30
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Elliot Glazer Harvard University
Paradoxes of perfectly small sets
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April 23
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Andrés Villaveces Universidad Nacional de Colombia – Bogotá
Two logics, and their connections with large cardinals / Questions for BDGM: Part II
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April 16
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Andrés Villaveces Universidad Nacional de Colombia – Bogotá
Two logics, and their connections with large cardinals / Questions for BDGM
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April 9
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Sandra Müller University of Vienna
The exact consistency strength of 'AD + all sets are universally Baire'
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April 2
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Monroe Eskew University of Vienna
The approximation property and generic embeddings
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March 26
The seminar will take place virtually at 11am US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Carolin Antos University of Konstanz
The 'algebraic' vs. 'non-algebraic' distinction: New impulses for the universe/multiverse debate?
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March 19
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Paul Blain Levy University of Birmingham
Broad Infinity and Generation Principles
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March 12
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Hossein Lamei Ramandi University of Toronto
Galvin's question on non-$\sigma$-well ordered linear orders
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March 5
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Hiroshi Sakai Kobe University
Generalized stationary reflection and cardinal arithmetic
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February 26
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Farmer Schlutzenberg University of Münster
(Non)uniqueness and (un)definability of embeddings beyond choice
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February 19
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Philipp Lücke University of Bonn
Magidor-style embedding characterizations of large cardinals
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February 12
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Bea Adam-Day University of Leeds
Indestructibility (or otherwise) of subcompactness and C(n)-supercompactness
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February 5
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Andreas Blass University of Michigan
Choice from Finite Sets: A Topos View
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January 29
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Erin Carmody Fordham University
The relationships between measurable and strongly compact cardinals: Part II
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January 22
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Erin Carmody Fordham University
The relationships between measurable and strongly compact cardinals
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January 15
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Trevor Wilson Miami University
The large cardinal strength of Vopenka's Principle for trees and for rayless trees
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January 8
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Thilo Weinert University of Vienna
A miscellany of observations regarding cardinal characteristics of the continuum
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December 11
The seminar will take place virtually at 11am US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Dima Sinapova University of Chicago
Iteration, reflection, and singular cardinals
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December 4
The seminar will take place virtually at 3pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Zach Norwood University of Michigan
The Triangular Embedding Theorem
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November 20
The seminar will take place virtually at 3pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Philipp Schlicht University of Vienna
The recognisable universe in the presence of measurable cardinals
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November 13
The seminar will take place virtually at 3pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Diana Montoya University of Vienna
Independence and uncountable cardinals
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November 6
The seminar will take place virtually at 3pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Ernest Schimmerling Carnegie Mellon University
Covering at limit cardinals of K
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October 30
The seminar will take place virtually at 1pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Benedikt Löwe University of Hamburg
Analysis in higher analogues of the reals
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October 23
The seminar will take place virtually at 3pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Gabriel Goldberg University of Berkeley
Ultrapowers and the approximation property
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October 16
The seminar will take place virtually at 3pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Richard Matthews University of Leeds
Taking Reinhardt's Power Away
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October 9
The seminar will take place virtually at 11am US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Heike Mildenberger Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Forcing with variants of Miller trees
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October 2
The seminar will take place virtually at 11am US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
David Aspero University of East Anglia
Martin’s Maximum^++ implies the P_max axiom (*) (Part 2)
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September 25
The seminar will take place virtually at 11am US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Ralf Schindler University of Münster
Martin's Maximum^++ implies the P_max axiom (*)
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September 18
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Arthur Apter CUNY
UA and the Number of Normal Measures over $\aleph_{\omega + 1}$
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September 4
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Mirna Džamonja IHPST, CNRS-Université Panthéon-Sorbonne Paris, France
On logics that make a bridge from the Discrete to the Continuous
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August 28
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Miha Habič Bard College at Simon’s Rock
Normal ultrapowers with many sets of ordinals
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August 21
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Dan Hathaway University of Vermont
A relative of ${\rm ZF} + {\rm DC} + `\omega_1\text{ is measurable'}$
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August 14
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Gunter Fuchs CUNY
Canonical fragments of the strong reflection principle
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August 7
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Brent Cody Virginia Commonwealth University
Higher indescribability
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July 31
The seminar will take place virtually at 12pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id (this talk will have a different meeting ID!).
Corey Switzer CUNY
Dissertation defense: Alternative Cichoń diagrams and forcing axioms compatible with CH
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July 24
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Andrew Brooke-Taylor University of Leeds
Measurable cardinals and limits in the category of sets
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July 17
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Kaethe Minden Bard College at Simon's Rock
Maximality and Resurrection
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July 10
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Peter Holy University of Udine
Uniform large cardinal characterizations and ideals up to measurability
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July 3
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Vera Fischer University of Vienna
More ZFC inequalities between cardinal invariants
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June 26
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Joel David Hamkins Oxford University
Categorical cardinals
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June 19
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Boban Velickovic University of Paris 7
Strong guessing models
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June 12
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Michał Godziszewski Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy
The Multiverse, Recursive Saturation and Well-Foundedness Mirage: Part II
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June 5
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Michał Godziszewski Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy
The Multiverse, Recursive Saturation and Well-Foundedness Mirage: Part I
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May 29
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Kameryn Williams University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
The geology of inner mantles
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May 22
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Ali Enayat University of Gothenburg
Recursively saturated models of set theory and their close relatives: Part II
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May 15
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Ali Enayat University of Gothenburg
Recursively saturated models of set theory and their close relatives: Part I
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May 8
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Sandra Müller University of Vienna
How to obtain lower bounds in set theory
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May 1
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Joan Bagaria Universitat de Barcelona
From Strong to Woodin cardinals: A level-by-level analysis of the Weak Vopenka Principle
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April 24
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Arthur Apter CUNY
Indestructibility and the First Two Strongly Compact Cardinals
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April 17
The seminar will take place virtually at 2pm US Eastern Standard Time. Please email Victoria Gitman for meeting id.
Corey Switzer CUNY
Specializing Wide Trees Without Adding Reals
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January 31
Chris Lambie-Hanson Virginia Commonwealth University
Set theoretic compactness and higher derived limits
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