### RIMS Set Theory Workshop 2019

## Set Theory and Infinity

### November 18 - 22, 2019

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Asaf Karagila (The Bristol Model: Lecture 1, Lecture 2, Lecture 3, Lecture 4, Lecture 5)

David Asperó (Extensions of Martin's Axiom, Square at omega_2, and a forcing axiom failure)

Joan Bagaria (The Weak Vopenka Principle for definable classes of structures)

Miguel A. Cardona (New consistency results about cardinal invariants associated with the strong measure zero ideal)

Sean Cox (Martin's Maximum and Reflection in Stationary Logic)

Jin Du (Sigma-Prikry forcing)

Katsuya Eda (Question on Archipelago groups)

Monroe Eskew (Categories of amenable embeddings)

Sakaé Fuchino (On a/the solution of the Continuum Problem)

Masaru Kada (Hat guessing games with many colors)

Diego Mejía (Cichonfs maximum without large cardinals)

André Ottenbreit (Some reflection principles at large continuum and an application of mixed support iteration)

Philipp Schlicht (A variant of generic supercompactness)

Damian Sobota (Set-theoretic aspects of convergence of sequences of measures)

Corey Bacal Switzer (Infty-Subversion Forcing)

Toshimichi Usuba (Geology of symmetric grounds)

Kameryn Williams (On axioms for multiverses of set theory)

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