Saharon Shelah in Rutgers
Fall 2005

As you can easily notice in my Publication List almost all of my papers are the results of my cooperation with Saharon Shelah. I often visit him in Jerusalem, but also I visit him in Rutgers University. Each Fall Saharon spends some time in the Mathematics Department of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey (he is a Distinguished Visitor there). Rutgers runs a special program Shelah's Visitors at Rutgers - the program is sponsored by NSF and I believe that the people responsible for it are Gregory Cherlin and Simon Thomas. (Thank you, Gregory and Simon!) Each year several of Saharon's colaborators visit him in Rutgers, and for many of them this is the only way they can talk to Saharon. Here I present some pictures I took in Fall 2005 when I was there.

(The pictures are clickable.)

Saharon Shelah in his office, Hill 203,               
and in Treetops Apartments:     
Famous Yellow Pages:
BTW: have you read/seen this? (see also below)
    
         
Many many many of Saharon's paper are actually created/typed in Rutgers. You must have noticed the footnote I would like to thank Alice Leonhardt for the beautiful typing in so many of Saharon's papers? Well, Alice is a Secretary and TeXnical typist at Rutgers:   
Saharon and Alice
  
Saharon and Alice
    
Michael Chris Laskowski is one of the regular visitors of Saharon:   
Chris
  
Chris and Simon
  
Chris and Saharon
Juris Steprans also comes (almost) every year:   
Juris
  
Juris and Saharon
  
Juris and Saharon
Andreas Blass is also one of the regular visitors:   
Andreas and Saharon
  
Andreas
Martin Goldstern also often comes to RU   
Martin and Saharon
  
Martin
  
Martin and Boris
When in Rutgers, Saharon gives a series of talks on his current research. In the second half of October'05 that was about [Sh:810]         
Typically, both Saharon and his visitors stay in Treetops Apartments. This is a nice place with more guests coming to Saharon:         

In October 2005, one of the main events at RU was RU 2005 Logic Conference MAMLS. The conference (sponsored by the NSF) attracted many stars (among them quite a number of Saharon's co-workers). Some (but just some) of them can be seen on the pictures below.

  
Boris Zilber and Saharon
  
     Gregory Cherlin
  
     Andras Hajnal
  
     Mirna Dzamonja
  
Andras, Martin and Gregory
  
     Stevo Todorcevic
  
   Andreas, Rami, Alex
  
     Paul Eklof
  
     Martin Goldstern
  
   Martin Goldstern
  
     The Organizers
  
   Tapani Hyttinen
  
   Joel D. Hamkins
and Arthur W. Apter
  
   Tomek Bartoszynski

Conference party at the Thomases
  
Monica VanDieren and Michael D. Morley
  
James Cummings
  
Michael Chris Laskowski
  
Andras Hajnal
  
Tomek Bartoszynski and Saharon
  
Rami Grossberg, Gregory Cherlin and Boris Zilber
  
Alex Usvyatsov and Monica VanDieren
  
Joel D. Hamkins
  
W. Hugh Woodin
  
Tomek Bartoszynski
  
Roman Kossak
  
W. Hugh Woodin

686

During the Conference Party Gregory gave the final and definite answer to the question

what is the yellow cake?:

    


Andrzej Roslanowski

[Back]     Back to the Picture Gallery Page

Last modified: Sun Nov 13 22:46:25 CST 2005