Lectures and discussions It was agreed that
(a) there should be a lecture (one hour) on each of the three days, on a subject not necessarily the same as that of the sessions;
(b) the principle of no simultaneous officially arranged sessions should be retained in the 1950 meeting, but that the arrangement and public announcement of unofficial sessions should be encouraged;
(c) the time for discussions should be twice that allowed at the Manchester meeting, i.e. one day per subject, with half-an-hour for each opener;
(d) it follows from (b) and (c) that there will be only three main subjects of discussion.
6. The following subjects, not necessarily in this order, were tentatively agreed on, with discretion to the arrangers to vary them if need be.
Analysis: Theory of numbers
Algebra: Valuation theory and related topics.
Geometry: Differential geometry and fibre spaces.
Three of the following:
Symbolic logic, Algebraic methods in analysis, Valuation theory, Topological groups.