Online seminars and talks in Logic

Due to the current situation in the world, some Logic seminars will be held online for some time. The following is a list of some seminars. I will try to keep the list up to date. If you know about a seminar that will be held online and the organizers want to share the information about it, let me know; information about seminars that upload the talks is also welcome. Other webpages about online seminars in mathematics:
The information about online seminars is divided in three sections. A schedule by day with the usual time (local time and GMT) of the seminars, the seminars with a webpage have a link on the information. An upcoming section with information about the next seminar talks (speaker, title, etc). In the last section you can find videos of the talks that were recorded, for those that feel more confortable watching the video than attending the online seminar. Only public information is shared in the list (seminar's webpage and the information that organizers want to make public), you can find the link to the talks in the respective webpages or by contacting the organizers.

Note: Double check the local time at seminar's webpage when planning to attend to the seminars to not miss them.

No fixed schedule

  • Computability Theory and Applications Online Seminar
    Time: Varies
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Link to the talk, videos, and slides available at their webpage

  • Illinois logic group: Logic Seminar
    Time: Varies
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Link to the talk available at their webpage

  • The Logic Supergroup (an alliance of logicians in quarantine)
    Time: Varies
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Please contact the organizers to participate. Videos available at their webpage


Monday

  • CMU: Model Theory Seminar
    Time: Mondays, 5pm Pittsburgh time (21:00 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Link to the talk and videos available at their webpage


Tuesday

  • Tel Aviv: Set Theory Seminar
    Time: Tuesdays, 11am local time (8:00 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software

  • Münster: Set Theory Seminar
    Time: Tuesdays, 4pm local time (14:00 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Please contact rds@wwu.de to participate

  • University of Notre Dame: Model Theory Seminar
    Time: Tuesdays, 11am local time (15:00 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Link to the talk available at their webpage


Wednesday

  • Bar-Ilan University and Hebrew University: Logic Seminar
    Time: Wednesdays, 11am local time (8:00 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Please contact Menachem Magidor to participate

  • Helsinki logic group: Logic Seminar
    Time: Wednesdays, 1pm local time (10:00 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Link to the talk available at their webpage

  • Bristol: Logic and Set Theory Seminar
    Time: Wednesdays, 2pm local time (13:00 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Please contact Philip Welch to participate

  • Paris-Lyon: Logic Seminar
    Time: Wednesays, 4pm local time (14:00 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using BBB [Seminar]
    Comments: Link to the talk available at their webpage

  • Oxford: Set Theory Seminar
    Time: Wednesdays, 4pm local time (15:00 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Please contact Samuel Adam-Day to participate. Videos available at their webpage

  • Bogotá Logic Group: Seminario Flotante de Bogotá de Lógica Matemática
    Time: Wednesdays, 4pm local time (21:00 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Link to the talk, videos, and slides available at their webpage

  • CUNY Logic: MOPA (Models of Peano Arithmetic) Seminar
    Time: Wednesdays, 7pm local time (23:00 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Please contact Victoria Gitman to participate


Thursday

  • Kurt Gödel Research Center, Vienna: KGRC Research seminar
    Time: Thursdays, 4pm local Time (14:00 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Please contact Benjamin Miller to participate

  • Online Logic Seminar (a collaborative work of logicians from many different institutions)
    Time: Thursdays, 1pm US Central Daylight Time (18:00 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Link to the talk, videos, and slides available at their webpage


Friday

  • Sets and Computability Group in Udine: Mathematical Logic Seminar
    Time: Frudays, 4:30pm local time (14:30 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using Microsoft Teams [Seminar]
    Comments: Please contact Vincenzo Dimonte to participate

  • Toronto: Set Theory seminar
    Time: Fridays, 1:30pm local Time (17:30 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Link to the talk available at their webpage

  • CUNY Logic: Set Theory Seminar
    Time: Fridays, 2pm local time (18:00 GMT)
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software [Seminar]
    Comments: Please contact Victoria Gitman to participate.


Upcoming


  • Münster Set Theory Seminar
    Time: Tuesday 7th July, 10:15pm local time (8:00 GMT)
    Speaker: Farmer Schlutzenberg (Münster)
    Title: Remarks on rank-into-rank embeddings (continuation)
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software

  • Computability Theory and Applications Online Seminar
    Time: Wednesday 8th July, (1:00 GMT)
    Speaker: Rod Downey
    Title: TBA
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software

  • Bristol Logic and Set Theory Seminar
    Time: Wednesday 8th July, 1:30pm local time (12:30 GMT)
    Speaker: Philip Welch (Bristol)
    Title: Higher type recursion for infinite time Turing machines XI
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software

  • CUNY Logic MOPA (Models of Peano Arithmetic) Seminar
    Time: Wednesday 8th July, 7pm local time (23:00 GMT)
    Speaker: Corey Switzer (CUNY)
    Title: Axiomatizing Kaufmann models in strong logics
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software

  • Online Logic Seminar
    Time: Thursday 9th July, 1pm US Central Daylight Time (18:00 GMT)
    Speaker: Henry Towsner (U of Pennsylvania)
    Title: Should we believe in nonstandard analysis?
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software

  • The Logic Supergroup
    Time: Friday 10th July, 1:00 GMT
    Speaker: Shawn Standefer (Melbourne)
    Title: Functionality and Reflexivity: Adventures in Collection Frame Theory
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software

  • CUNY Logic Set Theory Seminar
    Time: Friday 10th July, 2pm local time (18:00 GMT)
    Speaker: Peter Holy University of Udine
    Title: Uniform large cardinal characterizations and ideals up to measurability
    Information: The seminar will be held remotely using the Zoom software


Recorded Talks

  • Speaker: Farmer Schlutzenberg
    Title: Remarks on rank-into-rank embeddings
    Video: June 30
    Video: June 23
    Video: June 16
    Video: June 9

  • Speaker: Joel David Hamkins
    Title: Categorical cardinals
    Video: June 26

  • Speaker: Corey Bacal Switzer
    Title: Some Set Theory of Kaufmann Models
    Video: June 17

  • Speaker: Assaf Rinot
    Title: Transformations of the transfinite planes
    Video: June 10

  • Speaker: Rami Grossberg
    Title: On local & global questions in the theory of Abstract Elementary Classes
    Video: June 3

  • Speaker: Carlos Di Prisco
    Title: Ideals and maximal almost disjoint families
    Video: May 27

  • Speaker: Miguel Moreno
    Title: Filter Reflection
    Video: May 27

  • Speaker: Ali Enayat
    Title: Leibnizian and anti-Leibnizian motifs in set theory
    Video: May 27

  • Speaker: Zaniar Ghadernezhad
    Title: Group topologies on automorphism groups of homogeneous structures
    Video: May 22

  • Speaker: Joel David Hamkins
    Title: Bi-interpretation of weak set theories
    Video: May 20

  • Speaker: Boris Zilber
    Title: Syntax, definability and geometry
    Video: May 13

  • Speaker: Alejandro Poveda
    Title: Sigma-Prikry forcing and their iteration
    Video: May 13, due to technical dificulties the image is lost, follow the talk as a podcast using the slides
    Video: May 6, the talk starts at minute 25:50, slides

  • Speaker: Farmer Schlutzenberg
    Title: $j:V_\delta\to V_\delta$ in $L(V_\delta)$
    Video: May 12

  • Speaker: Miguel Moreno
    Title: Consistency of Filter Reflection
    Video: May 8

  • Speaker: Victoria Gitman
    Title: Elementary embeddings and smaller large cardinals
    Video: May 6

  • Speaker: Andreas Lietz
    Title: How to force (*) from less than a supercompact
    Video: May 5

  • Speaker: Darío García
    Title: Pseudofinite structures: asymptotic classes, dimensions and ranks
    Video: April 29

  • Speaker: Todd Eisworth
    Title: Representability and Pseudopowers
    Video: April 24

  • Speaker: Mirna Dzamonja
    Title: On wide Aronszajn trees
    Video: April 24

  • Speaker: Jing Zhang
    Title: Transformations of the transfinite plane
    Video: April 22

  • Speaker: Marcos Mazari-Armida
    Title: Simple-like independence relations in AECs
    Video: April 20

  • Speaker: Matteo Viale
    Title: Tameness for Set Theory
    Video: April 17

  • Speaker: Xavier Caicedo
    Title: Undefinability of rigid classes
    Video: April 15

  • Speaker: Keegan Dasilva Barbosa
    Title: A Decomposition Theorem for Aronszajn Lines
    Video: April 10

  • Speaker: Iván Ongay Valverde
    Title: Splitting localization and prediction numbers
    Video: April 3

  • Speaker: Menachem Magidor
    Title: Borel determinacy can not be proved in Zermelo Set Theory
    Video: April 1

  • Speaker: Roman Kossak
    Title: Kernels of digraphs having local finite height
    Video: March 25

  • Speaker: Menachem Kojman
    Title: Strong colorings over partitions
    Video: March 25

  • Speaker: Ming Xiao
    Title: The Borel chain conditions
    Video: March 20

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