BLAST   August 6 - 10, 2008

University of Denver, Colorado, USA

 


BLAST is a new conference focusing on Boolean Algebras, Lattices, Algebraic Logic, Quantum Logic, Universal Algebra, Set Theory, Set-theoretic Topology and Point-free Topology.

 

 

B - Boolean Algebras
L - Lattice Theory
A - Algebra: algebra of logic and universal algebra
S - Set Theory
T - Topology: set theoretic and point-free topology

About the conference

Venue

Abstract submission and registration

Accommodation (updated) 

Social program (updated)

Weekly and Daily schedules

Internet access

Restaurants around campus

Reimbursement

Current Trends -  Open Problems

 

 

 If you will be giving a computer talk, you can either use your own laptop or the PC in the room. In the latter case, you can bring your electronic slides (pdf file) in a removable storage media (CD, flash drive) or you can e-mail it to blast@math.du.edu; please type eBLAST talkf in the title field of your e-mail.

 

 Contributed talks are scheduled every 30 minutes. It is expected that talks, including any questions, take only 25 minutes with 5 minutes left for people to change rooms.

 

 Emergency contact:

 Nick Galatos: 303-871-3581 (office)

 Natasha Dobrinen: 720-480-5928 (cell)

 Rick Ball: 303-887-7287 (cell)