Over the last decade computability theory has seen many new and
fascinating developments that have linked the subject much closer
to other mathematical disciplines inside and outside of logic.
This includes, for instance, work on enumeration degrees that
has revealed deep and surprising relations to general topology,
the work on algorithmic randomness that is closely tied to
symbolic dynamics and geometric measure theory.
Inside logic there are connections to model theory, set theory, effective descriptive
set theory, computable analysis and reverse mathematics.
In some of these cases the bridges to seemingly distant mathematical fields
have yielded completely new proofs or even solutions of open problems
in the respective fields. Thus, over the last decade, computability theory
has formed vibrant and beneficial interactions with other mathematical
The goal of this workshop was to bring together researchers representing
different aspects of computability theory to discuss recent advances, and to
stimulate future work.