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Computability Theory List Server

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Although it would be best if it were used for short announcements of interest to all computability theorists.

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3 thoughts on “Computability Theory List Server”

  1. Meeting announcment:

    Logic workshop in Nanjing
    Nanjing, 11 -30 May, 2020

    Description: The 3-week long workshop is intended to bring mathematical logicians together to work intensively. This is nothing like a conference. Talks will be arranged occasionally each week during the workshop. The participants are expected to have some specific topics to work together about one or two weeks. We have limited funds to fully cover accommodations of selected participants. Other people who can get support from other sources are also welcome. This year the topics will be focused on applied model theory, interactions between set theory and recursion theory. If you are interested in participating, please let me know.

    Best,
    Liang Yu

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