We apologize for the current dysfunction of our usual website nylogic.org. For up-to-date information on upcoming logic talks in New York City, please visit https://boolesrings.org/victoriagitman/cuny-logic-seminars/.
On December 1-2, 2016, the Graduate Center will host a conference on logic in honor of the 80th birthday of Prof. Rohit Parikh. Details are available at the conference website.
Friday, November 25 is the day after Thanksgiving, so there will be no seminars at the Graduate Center that day.
Since CUNY will follow a Tuesday schedule on Friday, October 14, we will not have any of the usual Friday logic seminars that day. However, there will be a talk by George Metcalfe at 4 pm, described below.
DART VII, the seventh meeting of the conference series Differential Algebra and Related Topics, will take place at the CUNY Graduate Center (and other CUNY venues) from September 30 – October 4, 2016. Information about this conference is available here. It will include talks by Alexander Buium, Zoe Chatzidakis, Taylor Dupuy, James Freitag, Victor Kac, Joel Nagloo, Anand Pillay, and Thomas Scanlon, among others.
DART VII, the seventh meeting of the conference series Differential Algebra and Related Topics, will take place at the CUNY Graduate Center from September 30 – October 4, 2016. Information about this conference is available here.
The Autumn 2016 meeting of NERDS, the New England Recursion and Definability Seminar, will take place on Sunday, November 6 at Wellesley College, in Wellesley, MA. Details are available from the NERDS website, and talks are also posted here on nylogic.org.
Rutgers University will hold a conference in honor of Professor Gregory Cherlin on September 30 – October 2, 2016. Details are available here. Due to this meeting and the DART VII conference, there will be no Logic Workshop on September 30. For those not going to Rutgers, do notice the NY Group Theory Seminar talk by Miasnikov, announced below.
We do not have a speaker for Friday, March 4, so there will be no Logic Workshop that day. (The Set Theory and Model Theory Seminars will meet as usual.)
The model theory seminar will not meet on February 26.
The Spring 2016 New England Recursion and Definability Seminar (“NERDS”) will take place on Saturday, April 2, 2016 at Springfield College, in Springfield, MA. Further details and abstracts of talks will be posted on nylogic.org as they become available.
The 2015 autumn meeting of the New England Recursion & Definability Seminar will be held on the campus of Assumption College, in Worcester Massachusetts, on Saturday, October 17, from 10:00 until 4:15. Titles and abstracts are now posted at the link for NERDS, under the Seminars tab. Directions and visitor information are available here.
Our prospective speaker has had to postpone her talk, so there will be no CUNY Logic Workshop on May 8.
CUNY’s spring vacation is April 3-11, 2015. Therefore, no seminars will meet at the Graduate Center on April 3, nor on April 10.
Neither the Logic Workshop nor the Model Theory Seminar will meet on Friday, Feb. 13, 2015. Both Feb. 12 and Feb. 16 are CUNY holidays. We will resume on Friday, Feb. 20.
The 2014 Rutgers Logic Meeting will be held in Room 221 in Scott Hall on the College Avenue Campus of Rutgers University, on the weekend of October 25-26, 2014. Talks will take place from 9:00 – 4:30 Saturday and 9:30 – 12:30 Sunday. For more details, please visit http://www.math.rutgers.edu/~gs481/mamls.html.
CUNY will have holidays on two consecutive Fridays, September 26 and October 3, 2014, so the Logic Workshop and other seminars will not meet on those days.
This is a preliminary announcement: on May 12-14, 2014, a workshop entitled Mind, Mechanism, and Mathematics will be held at Columbia University. This is the second workshop in the Turing Centenary Research Project, which focuses on the work and the legacy of Alan Turing. Details are available at the conference webpage.
The Graduate Center will be closed on Friday, November 29, 2013, the day after Thanksgiving. CUNY will operate on a Friday schedule on Wednesday, Nov. 27, but the Logic Workshop will not meet that day.
Professor Carol Wood will retire this summer after 40 years at Wesleyan University. In honor of her retirement and her many contributions to the university and the profession, the Department of Mathematics & Computer Science at Wesleyan University is hosting a conference on May 31 and June 1, 2013. The conference will start on the afternoon of Friday, May 31 and will continue through the day on Saturday, June 1. For further details, please visit http://cwoodconf.conference.wesleyan.edu/.