FOM: Model Theory Meeting in Bogota - Second Announcement

A. Villaveces villavec at
Fri Nov 30 15:01:35 EST 2001

			BOMMT 2001

		Bogota Meeting in Model Theory

		Grupo de Logica de Bogota

		Bogota, December 10 to 14, 2001

(There was an error in the previous URL posted; the correct one is )

The Bogota Model Theory Meeting is devoted centrally (though not
excusively) to Model Theory for Non Elementary Classes. The main aim of
the meeting is to exchange information on the current status of Model
Theory for Non Elementary Classes and connection between this and other
areas in Model Theory.

The following speakers have confirmed their intention of participating:

	John Baldwin (University of Illinois at Chicago)
	Alexander Berenstein (Notre Dame University)
	Xavier Caicedo (Universidad de los Andes, Bogota)
	Mirna Dzamonja (University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK)
	Rami Grossberg (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh)
	Andres Montoya (Universidad Nacional, Bogota)
	Javier Moreno (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
	Monica VanDieren (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh)
	Andres Villaveces (Universidad Nacional, Bogota).

The meeting is sponsored partially by Colciencias (Grupos y
Centros de Investigacion) and Universidad Nacional de Colombia
(Programa Semilleros de Investigacion).

The meeting will be preceded by an advanced *tutorial* on Model Theory
for Non Elementary Classes by Rami Grossberg (December 5 to 7, 11 am -- 1

In the mornings, there will be one-hour lectures (on model theory for non
elementary classes and also more general connected topics)

12/10 		12/11 		 12/12 		 12/13 		 12/14

10:00 		10:00  		 10:00  	 10:00  	 10:00

R. Grossberg M. D\v zamonja   X. Caicedo      M. VanDieren     J. Baldwin

Problems in the
Theory for AEC

11:00 				 11:00 		 11:00 		 11:00

A. Berenstein 		       J. Moreno      A. Villaveces    J. Marino

In the afternoons, we will hold discussions on more specific issues in
the subject. These will evolve along the way.

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