Below is a list of the people who participated in the workshop, and on the right a list of the invited speakers.
Every name is a link to this person's research statement if it is available. The titles of the talks next to the speakers are links to the abstracts.
Piotr Borodulin-Nadzieja (Wroclaw)
Andrew Brooke-Taylor (Bristol)
Merlin Carl (Bonn)
Neus Castells (Barcelona)
Barnaby Dawson (Bristol)
Andreas Fackler (Munich)
Barnabás Farkas (Budapest)
Szymon Głąb (Lodz)
Radek Honzik (Prague)
Daisuke Ikegami (Amsterdam)
Paweł Kawa (Wrocław)
Juliette Kennedy (Helsinki)
Lauri Keskinen (Amsterdam)
Yurii Khomskii (Amsterdam)
Peter Koepke (Bonn)
Tamás Mátrai (Budapest)
Sheila Miller (New York)
Miguel Angel Mota (Barcelona)
Luís Pereira (Lisbon)
Alexander Primavesi (Norwich)
Marcin Sabok (Wrocław)
Philipp Schlicht (Münster)
David Schrittesser (Vienna)
Brian Semmes (Amsterdam)
Lutz Strüngmann (Duisburg-Essen and Bonn)
Christoph Weiß (Munich)
The diplom students of Bonn's mathematical logic group also attended the workshop:
Dörthe Arndt, Tim Fischbach, Dominik Klein, Daniel Kühlwein, Miriam Nasfi, Karen Räsch, Benjamin Seyfferth, Nicolas Vandenbergen, and Gregor Weckbecker.
The invited tutorial speakers were chosen to represent one of the branches of set theory based on their work in the field and based on their ability to interact with, support, and encourage young people. The invited post-doc speakers gave talks about the latest research in their specific subject.
- Alessandro Andretta (Turin) "The axiom of determinacy and the Wadge hierarchy"
- Martin Goldstern (Vienna) "Real forcing"
- Jouko Väänänen (Amsterdam) "Set theory and model-theoretic logics" (references, lecture 1, lecture 2, lecture 3, lecture 4)
- David Asperó (Barcelona) "Large cardinals and locally defined well–orders
of the universe"
- Natasha Dobrinen (Denver) " The tree property at the double successor of a measurable"
- Gunter Fuchs (Münster) "From maximality principles via weak compactness to generic embeddings"
- Alex Hellsten (Helsinki) "Is there weak compactness without inaccessibility?"
- John Krueger (Berkeley) "Variations of the Mitchell model"
- Heike Mildenberger (Vienna) "Weak diamonds and the club principle"
- Assaf Rinot (Tel-Aviv) "Shelah's new proof of diamond"
- Matteo Viale (Vienna) "Some applications of reflection principles to pcf theory"