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Logic Seminar (2011 Archive)

The Penn State Logic Seminar traditionally and normally meets on Tuesdays, 2:30 to 3:45 PM. Our usual meeting place is 315 McAllister. For more precise information, please check the calendar below.
DateSpeaker(s)Title
11 Jan 2011Organizational MeetingTo Be Announced
18 Jan 2011Jan Reimann, Pennsylvania State UniversityTopological dynamics of automorphism groups I
25 Jan 2011Jan Reimann, Pennsylvania State UniversityTopological dynamics of automorphism groups II
8 Feb 2011Noopur Pathak, Pennsylvania State UniversityAmenable groups and paradoxical decompositions
15 Feb 2011Jack Lutz, Iowa State UniversityComputable Curves
22 Feb 2011Phil Hudelson, Pennsylvania State UniversityStructural Ramsey theory
1 Mar 2011Stephen G. Simpson, Pennsylvania State UniversityFraïssé limits
15 Mar 2011Jennifer Chubb, University of San FranciscoDegree spectra of relations
17 Mar 2011
1:00pm - 2:15pm
John D. Clemens, University of North TexasCombinatorial structure for analytic equivalence relations
22 Mar 2011Henry Towsner, UCLADefinability in Dynamical Systems
29 Mar 2011Phil Hudelson, Pennsylvania State UniversityThe Dual Ramsey Theorem
5 Apr 2011Jan Reimann, Pennsylvania State UniversityExtremely amenable automorphism groups and Ramsey theory
12 Apr 2011Jan Reimann, Pennsylvania State UniversityExtremely amenable automorphism groups and Ramsey theory (II)
19 Apr 2011Jan Reimann, Pennsylvania State UniversityExtremely amenable groups and Ramsey properties
26 Apr 2011Johanna Franklin, Dartmouth CollegeEffective ergodic theorems and randomness
4 May 2011
MB216

1:00pm - 2:15pm
Keita Yokoyama, Tokyo Institute of Technology / Pennsylvania State UniversityReverse mathematics of Ramsey's Theorem
14 Jun 2011
MB106
Noopur Pathak, Pennsylvania State UniversitySchnorr randomness and the Lebesgue Differentiation Theorem
21 Jun 2011
MB106
Keita Yokoyama, Tohoku University, Japan, and Pennsylvania State UniversityConservation results for 2-randomness
28 Jun 2011
MB106
Stephen G. Simpson, Pennsylvania State UniversityPartial randomness
5 Jul 2011
9:45am - 11:00am
Stephen G. Simpson, Pennsylvania State UniversityTests for partial randomness
12 Jul 2011
9:45am - 11:00am
John Clemens, Pennsylvania State University, University of MuensterHow nicely can we tweak a nice map?
19 Jul 2011
9:45am - 11:00am
Phil Hudelson, Pennsylvania State UniversityVarieties of algorithmic complexity
9 Aug 2011
9:45am - 11:00am
Stephen G. Simpson, Pennsylvania State UniversityPropagation of partial randomness, part 1
16 Aug 2011
MB106
Michael A. Warren, Dalhousie University and Institute for Advanced StudyHomotopy, higher-dimensional category theory and logic
23 Aug 2011Jan Reimann, Pennsylvania State UniversityOrganizational Meeting
30 Aug 2011Phil Hudelson, Pennsylvania State UniversityKolmogorov complexity and DNR functions
6 Sep 2011Stephen G. Simpson, Pennsylvania State UniversityPartial Randomness
13 Sep 2011Noopur Pathak, Pennsylvania State UniversityDNR Functions and Effective Hausdorff Dimension (Part 1)
20 Sep 2011Noopur Pathak, Pennsylvania State UniversityDNR Functions and Effective Hausdorff Dimension (Part 2)
27 Sep 2011Jan Reimann, Pennsylvania State UniversityForcing with trees and applications in computability theory
4 Oct 2011Jan Reimann, Pennsylvania State UniversityForcing with Bushy Trees
14 Oct 2011
MB216

3:35pm - 4:25pm
Paul Shafer, Appalachian State UniversityComplexity in the Medvedev and Muchnik degrees
18 Oct 2011Jan Reimann, Pennsylvania State UniversityForcing with bushy trees (Part II)
25 Oct 2011Keita Yokoyama, Pennsylvania State University and Tokyo Institute of TechnologyReverse Mathematics from the view point of Nonstandard Analysis
1 Nov 2011Daisuke Ikegami, UC BerkeleyWadge reducibility for the real line
8 Nov 2011Keita Yokoyama, Pennsylvania State University and Tokyo Institute of TechnologyReverse Mathematics from the view point of Nonstandard Analysis (Part II)
15 Nov 2011Jennifer Reimann, University of San Francisco and Pennsylvania State UniversityRight-r.e. functions and strong reducibilities
29 Nov 2011Keita Yokoyama, Tokyo Institute of Technology and Pennsylvania State UniversityCone Avoidance for Ramsey's theorem for pairs
6 Dec 2011 To Be Announced
13 Dec 2011 To Be Announced
20 Dec 2011 To Be Announced
Archives 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007

The slides for Simpson's Fall 2007 series of talks on mass problems are available.

See also the Penn State Logic Seminar Archive covering the years 1998 - 2006.