Generic structures are those that occur most often in random processes building an infinite structure from finite "blocks". Typical examples are Fraïssé limits, namely, ultra-homogeneous structures whose automorphism groups often have interesting dynamical properties. Generic structures also serve as universal models in which all events/computations can be simulated, therefore even if they do not exist in reality, they can be useful for testing various computational problems, including complexity, like constraint satisfaction problems. The topic of the conference is strictly related to descriptive set theory, model theory, theoretical computer science, and topological dynamics. Furthermore, generic structures could be identified in several areas of mathematics, including C*-algebras, Banach spaces, geometric topology, and so on.
The conference is part of the University of Warsaw IDUB Thematic Research Programme STRUCTURES, and it is co-organized by the Banach Center.
The meeting will be a natural follow-up to a very successful Workshop on Generic Structures, held at the Institute of Mathematics, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, 24 – 30 October 2021, see https://gens.math.cas.cz/.