Vika Gitman, Roman Kossak and Miha Habič have been very kind to organize what they have called Set Theory Day, to be held Friday March 11 at the CUNY Graduate Center in celebration of my 50th birthday. This will be an informal conference focussing on the research work of my various PhD graduate students, and all the lectures will be given by those who were or are currently a PhD student of mine. It will be great! I am very pleased to count among my former students many who have now become mathematical research colleagues and co-authors of mine, and I am looking forward to hearing the latest. If you want to hear what is going on with infinity, then please join us March 11 at the CUNY Graduate Center!
Vika Gitman’s announcement of Set Theory Day | Set Theory Day conference web page | My graduate students
(The poster was designed by my student Erin Carmody, who graduated last year and now has a position at Nebraska Wesleyan.)
Russell Miller called it, “Hamkins Overflow.” Ha!