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Directions in Computability Theory
A meeting in memory of S. Barry Cooper

Barry Cooper was an influential figure for many years in British Mathematical Logic and Computability Theory. He has left an extensive legacy in this country and world wide in terms of his own research, the research students that he trained and inspired, and his public outreach work in promoting computability.

This one day event is open to all interested in Logic and Computability, and also seeks to bring together those whom Barry influenced, or who were inspired by his work, and to remember the contributions that he made.

Time and Place

The meeting will take place on Saturday 17th September 2016 in the School of Mathematics at the University of Leeds. The talks will be held in the MALL. There will be a dinner in the evening.

Invited Speakers

Talks will be given by the following collaborators and friends of Barry.

The programme for the day will appear here.

Registration, Travel Grants, and Organisation

If you would like to attend the meeting please let us know by sending an email to Charles at barrycoopermeeting @ gmail.com indicating your affiliation (if applicable) and whether you would also like to attend the dinner.

Please note that there is no registration fee. For the dinner we will ask for a contribution of £20 payable on arrival.

The organisers are: Charles Harris, John Truss and Stan Wainer.

Travel And Accomodation

You will find general travel information, including a map of the university here. The campus is close to Leeds itself and we would recommend accomodation anywhere in the city centre. You might also consider the on campus rooms here.

Financial Support

The meeting is funded by the John Templeton Foundation, the University of Leeds, and the British Logic Colloquium.

Page last updated on 26th August 2016 by Charles Harris