Graduate Logic Group (GLG) | Department of Mathematics

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Graduate Logic Group (GLG)

The Graduate Logic Group at UNT is an organization of full-time UNT graduate students who meet regularly to give talks on topics in mathematical logic and set theory. The group has been founded in the wake of a very successful biweekly informal seminar held by several graduate students over the summer of 2012. Attendance is open to all. The seminar generally takes the form of an informal lecture course on various topics which are directly or tangentially related to mathematical logic. Talks are detailed and expository, to help accommodate an audience of widely varying background, and are delivered by graduate students on a purely voluntary basis. Lecture notes are often provided. Talks are currently being held every Wednesday from 3:45pm-5:00pm in GAB 473. For more information, contact Michael Cotton.

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