[FOM] Final deadlines for speaking and funding: Rome Workshop on Ramsey Theory and Computability

Ludovic Patey ludovic.patey at gmail.com
Tue Mar 20 14:29:36 EDT 2018

Dear All,

A Workshop on Ramsey Theory and Computability Theory will be held in Rome,
Italy, July 9-13, 2018.

*People interested in speaking or funding need to express interest by April
1.  Decisions about speakers and funding should be complete by April 16.
We have ASL support for students.  Complete applications for student travel
support must be at the ASL by April 9.  Details can be found*

The intention of the workshop is to bring together researchers in Ramsey
theory, computability theory, and related areas in combinatorics and logic,
to share ideas and results, and to begin or continue collaborations. To
this end, the workshop will combine talks with free time for discussions
and collaboration.

Confirmed speakers thus far include:

- Lorenzo Carlucci (Rome)
- Mauro Di Nasso (Pisa)
- Nicola Galesi (Rome)
- Jeff Hirst (Appalachian State)
- Wei Li (Vienna)
- Arno Pauly (Swansea)
- Paul Shafer (Leeds)
- Silvia Stelia (Bern)
- Henry Towsner (Pennsylvania)
- Keita Yokoyama (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

This workshop is organized by Peter Cholak, and the program committee
consists of Lorenzo Carclucci, Peter Cholak (chair), Damir Dzhafarov, Denis
Hirschfeldt, and Ludovic Patey. It will be held at the University of Notre
Dame's Rome Global Gateway, one block from the Colosseum.

Full details for the workshop can be found at


To apply to attend, please visit the website and click on "Registration" to
complete the online form. There is limited space at the venue, but we will
try to accommodate as many people as possible. Please indicate whether you
are interested in giving a talk.

We particularly encourage participation by women, members of other groups
underrepresented in the mathematical sciences, graduate students, and other
early-career researchers.

Funding is available at this time, with support from Notre Dame Research,
the Center for Mathematics at Notre Dame, the Notre Dame College of
Science, the Notre Dame Department of Mathematics, the NSF and the ASL. If
you would like to request funding, please indicate so in the registration

Please circulate this announcement, and apologies for duplicate postings.


The organizers
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