Seminars

                                                                                                                                                                                          

 

Seminars of the Research Group

 

·  Descriptive Set Theory: Effective Methods,

  Classification Problems

·Real Analysis Problem Solving Seminar

· Real Analysis Research Seminar

· Set Theoretic Topology Seminar

 

 

 
 
 
Descriptive Set Theory: Effective Methods,
Classification Problems
by 
Márton Elekes and Tamás Mátrai
 
 
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Place and Time: 
Eötvös Loránd University
Pázmány Péter sétány 1/C
Room 3.306
Time: Thursday, 16:00-17:30
 
 
Material
 
announcement
 
1-3. Weeks: Closed set covering property
   a) Notes (pdf)
   b) S. Solecki (pdf)
   c) S. Todorcevic et al. (pdf)
   d) J. Mycielski (pdf)
 
4-5. Weeks: Complexity of ideals of compact sets
   a) A. Kechris et al. (pdf)
   b) G. Debs et al. (pdf)
 
6-7. Weeks: Effective approach to Hurewicz testing:
decomposing Borel functions
   a) Notes (pdf)
   b) J. Cichon et al. (pdf)
   c) J. Cichon et al. (pdf)
   d) S. Solecki (pdf)
   e) J. Steprans (pdf)
   f) J. Steprans et al.(pdf)
 
8-10. Weeks: Effective approach to Hurewicz testing: 
Louveau's Theorem  
   a) Notes (pdf)
   b) L. A. Harrington et al. (pdf)
   c) A. Louveau (pdf)
 
11-13. Weeks:   
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   b)   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Real Analysis Problem Solving Seminar
by 
Márton Elekes, Tamás Keleti and Tamás Mátrai
 
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Place and Time: 
Eötvös Loránd University
Pázmány Péter sétány 1/C
Room 3.306
Time: Wednesday, 16:00-18:00
 
 
Material
 
1.        Week (pdf)
2.      Week (pdf)
3.      Week (pdf)
4.     Week (pdf)
5.      Week (pdf)
6.      Week (pdf)
7.      Week (pdf)
8.      Week (pdf)
9.      Week (pdf)
10.      Week (pdf)
11.      Week (pdf)
12.      Week (pdf)
13.      Week (pdf)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Real Analysis
 Research Seminar
 
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Place and Time:
Eötvös Loránd University
Pázmány Péter sétány 1/C
Room 3.306
Time: Friday, 14:30-16:00
 
 
Program
 
1-3. Weeks: 
Miklós Laczkovich: Stability, Semidirect product of 
Banach Spaces and the Difference Property

4. Week: 
Zoltán Buczolich: On the Set of Injectivity of a
Typical C^1 Function

5. Week: 
Zoltán Buczolich: Counting and Convergence 
in Ergodic Theory

6-7. Weeks: 
Spring Break

8. Week: 
Miklós Laczkovich: The Near and Far Future of the 
Department of Analysis, Eötvös Loránd University

   
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Set Theoretic Topology Seminar
 
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Place and Time:
Rényi Institute
Reáltanoda u. 13-15. 
Room of I. Juhász
Time: Thursday, 10:00-14:00
 
 
Material
 
14-16. Weeks: A Topological Application of Flat Morasses
   a) Notes (pdf)
 
19-21. Weeks: Selection Theorems
   a) E.  Michael I (pdf)
   b) E.  Michael II (pdf)
   c) E.  Michael III (pdf)
   d) E.  Michael on paracompactness (pdf)
   e) E.  Michael in Monthly (pdf)
   f) M. Scheepers (pdf)
   g) M. Scheepers, B. Tsaban (pdf)
   h) M. Sakai (pdf)
   i) Notes (pdf)
 
23-26. Weeks: Vietoris Continuous Selections
   a) S. Eilenberg on weakly orderable spaces (pdf)
   b) E. Michael (pdf)
   c) J. van Mill, E. Wattel on orderability I (pdf)
   d) J. van Mill, E. Wattel on orderability II  (pdf)
   e) S. Fujii, T. Nogura (pdf)
   f) T. Nogura, D. Shakhmatov on intervals (pdf)
   g) V. Gutev, T. Nogura on disconnectedness (pdf)
   h) V. Gutev, T. Nogura on Fell continuity I (pdf)
   i) V. Gutev on Fell continuity II (pdf)
   j) V. Gutev, T. Nogura on selection topologies (pdf)
   k) S. Garcia-Ferreira et al. on extreme selections (pdf)
   l) Notes I (pdf)
   ly) Problems (pdf)