2017 ASL North American Annual Meeting Boise, Idaho
March 20--23 2017
The twenty-eighth annual Gödel Lecture will be delivered by C. Parsons. The invited speakers include: M. Aschenbrenner, C. Conley, I. Kalimullin, P. Koellner, A. Rinot, M. Seisenberger, and C. Terry. A tutorial will be offered by V. Harizanov. Special sessions (with organizers in parentheses) include: Computable structures (D. Hirschfeldt and R. Miller), Computer-aided proofs (S. Buss and V. Ganesh), Continuous model theory (B. Hart and W. Henson), Proofs in mathematical practice (K. Easwaran and C. Dutilh Novaes), and Set theory and its applications to analysis and topology (M. Hrusak and M. Scheepers). The members of the Program Committee are: L. Babinkostova, G. Cherlin, B. Csima, A. Kolokolova, and J. Moore (Chair). The Local Organizing Committee includes: L. Babinkostova, A. Cortens, S. Coskey, S. Crowley, R. Holmes, A. Jackson, and M. Scheepers (Chair). Electronic registration is available at http://www.aslonline.org/meeting_registrationsecure.html. The complete program for this meeting is included in the January 2017 Newsletter mailing (as a pdf attachment for those receiving the Newsletter via email). For further information, visit the webpage below.
2016-17 ASL Spring Meeting (with APA) Seattle, Washington
April 12--15, 2017
This meeting will be held jointly with the Annual Meeting of the Pacific Division of the American Philosophical Association. There will be three invited sessions (with speakers in parentheses): Inclusiveness in logic education (M. Eckert, F. Liu, N. Wyatt, and A. Yap); Intuitionistic mathematics and logic (R. Iemhoff, J. Rand Moschvakis, and M. van Atten); and, Modality and modal logic (P. Fritz, T. Lando, and F. Liu). The members of the Program Committee are W. Holliday, A. Yap, and R. Zach (Chair). Information about registration and hotel reservations can be found at http://www.apaonline.org/event/2017pacific. The complete program for this meeting is included in the January 2017 Newsletter mailing (as a pdf attachment for those receiving the Newsletter via email).
16th International Conference on Relational and Algebraic Methods in Computer Science (RAMiCS 2017) Lyon, France
May 15--19, 2017
For more than two decades, this conference series has been the main venue for research on relation algebras, Kleene algebras and similar algebraic formalisms, and their applications as conceptual and methodological tools in computer science and beyond. The invited speakers include: A. McIver, J.-É. Pin, and A. Silva. The Conference Chair is D. Pous and the Program Committee Co-Chairs are P. Höfner and G. Struth. For further information visit the website beow.
Computability in Europe 2017 (CiE 2017): Unveiling Dynamics and Complexity Turku, Finland
June 12--16, 2017
This is the thirteenth in a series organized by Computability in Europe (CiE). Tutorials will be offered by D. Gusfield and D. Hirschfeldt. The invited speakers include: S. Aaronson, K. Lange, L. Patey, N. Schweikardt, A. Shen, and M. Vardi. Special sessions on the following topics also are planned (with organizers in parentheses): Algorithmics for biology (P. Bonizzoni and V. Mäkinen); Combinatorics and algorithmics on words (T. Harju and D. Nowotka); Computability in analysis, algebra, and geometry (J. Knight and A. Morozov); Cryptography and information theory (D. Kahrobael and H. Lipmaa); Formal languages and automata theory (J. Kahumäki and A. Okhotin); and History and philosophy of computing (L. De Mol and G. Primiero). The program also includes a Women in Computability Workshop. The Program Committee Co-chairs are J. Kari and I. Petre, and the Chair of the Steering Committee is A. Beckmann. For more information, visit the webpage below.
Thirty-second Annual ACM/IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science (LICS 2017) Reykjavik, Iceland
June 20--23, 2017
The LICS Symposium is an annual forum on theoretical and practical topics in computer science that relate to logic. This event marks the thirtieth anniversary of LICS. The Program Committee Chair is J. Ouaknine, the Conference Chairs are L. Aceto and A. Ingólfsdóttir, the Workshop Chair is P. Bouyer, the Publicity and Proceedings Chair is S. Staton, and the General Chair is M. Grohe. The deadline for submission of titles and short abstracts is January 3, 2017; for full papers it is January 9, 2017. The Kleene Award for the best student paper, sponsored by the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science (EATCS), %, as judged by the Program Committee, will be presented at the symposium. For further information, visit the website below.
Seventeenth Latin American Symposium on Mathematical Logic (SLALM 2017) Puebla, Mexico
June 26--30, 2017
The Simposio Latinoamericano de Lógica Matemática became an official ASL meeting by ASL Council action in May 2016. The invited plenary speakers include: C. Areces, A. Berenstein, D. Dzhafarov, J. Lopez-Abad, G. Metcalfe, and F. Zalamea. The following tutorials will be offered (with speakers in parentheses): Logic/AI (M. Finger), Model theory (P. Simon), Non-Classical Logics/Philosophical Logic (M. Coniglio), and Set theory (C. Brech). Special sessions include: Computability, Logic and computer science, Model theory, Philosophy of logic/Philosophical logic/Non-classical logics, Proof theory, and Set theory. The members of the Program Committee are: V. Becher, X. Caicedo, W. Carnielli (Chair), N. Dobrinen, C. Di Prisco, Antonio Montalbán, R. Morado, M. Osorio, S. Todorcevic, and B. Zilber. The Local Organizing Committee includes: D. Meza Alcantara, R. Rojas Barbachano, R. Monroy Borja, C. Zepeda Cortés, U.A. Ramos García, L. Estrada González, M. Alvarado Mentado, A. Ramírez Paramo, F.E. Miranda Perea, J.R.E. Arrazola Ramírez (Chair), M. Martínez Ruiz, and M. Fernández de Castro Tapia. For further information, visit the webpage below.
Abstracts of contributed talks submitted by ASL members will be published in The Bulletin of Symbolic Logic if they satisfy the Rules for Abstracts (see above). The deadline for submissions is February 24, 2017. Submission is via EasyChair and the instructions can be found at the meeting website.
Topology, Algebra, and Categories in Logic (TACL2017) Prague, Czech Republic
June 26--30, 2017
This conference, the eighth in the TACL series, focuses on three interconnecting mathematical themes central to the semantical study of logics and their applications: algebraic, categorical, and topological methods. The invited speakers include: A. Baltag, M. Escardó, M. Gehrke, B. Jacobs, K. Keimel, G. Restall, A. Silva, and L. Spada. The conference will be preceded by a school on June 20--24th in Olomouc. The lecturers for the school are: M. Goldstern, J.M. Font, J. Velebil, and S. Vickers. The Co-chairs of the Program Committee are J. Harding and R. Iemhoff. The deadline for submission of abstracts for presentation at TACL 2017 is February 28, 2017. For further information, visit the webpage below.
Model Theory Bedlewo, Poland
July 2--8, 2017
The invited speakers include: I. Ben-Yaacov, A. Berarducci, Ö. Beyarslan, G. Boxall, A. Chernikov, J. Derakhshan, P. Hieronymi, D. Hoffmann, E. Hrushovski (to be confirmed), I. Kaplan, F.-V. Kuhlmann, J. Maríková, C. Milliet, S. Montenegro, L. Newelski, A. Onshuus, D. Palacín, S. Rideau, T. Scanlon, P. Simon, R. Sklinos, S. Starchenko, R. Tanović, K. Tent, T. Tsankov, L. van den Dries, and N. Yao. The members of the Scientific Committee are: E. Bouscaren, P. Kowalski, K. Krupiński, K. Peterzil, A. Pillay, and B. Zilber. The Organizing Committee includes: D. Hoffmann, P. Kowalski, K. Krupiński, T. Rzepecki, and R. Wencel. A satellite meeting will be held June 30--July 2nd in Wroclaw. For further information, visit the webpage below.
Sixth European Set Theory Conference Budapest, Hungary
July 3--7, 2017
The invited speakers include: O. Ben-Neria, M. Doucha, A. Dow, V. Fischer, M. Golshani, Y. Hayut, M. Hrusak, P. Komjáth, M. Kurillic, P. Luecke, M. Malicki, M. Malliaris, D. Mejia, B. Miller, J. Moore, I. Neeman, D. Raghavan, S. Solecki, D. Soukup, S. Unger, and T. Usuba. A three lecture tutorial will be offered by A. Rinot. The Chair of the Program Committee is I. Juhász and the Chair of the Local Organizing Committee is L. Soukup. For further information, visit the website below.
Asian Logic Conference (ALC 2017) Daejeon, Republic of Korea
July 10--14, 2017
The Asian Logic Conference became an official ASL meeting by ASL Council action in May 2016. The invited speakers include: J. Makowsky, S. Negri, Y. Peng, K. Tent, K. Yi, Y. Yin, L. Yu, and Y. Zhu. Special sessions on the following topics will be held: Computability, Model theory, Philosophical logic, and Set theory. The members of the Program Committee are J. Brendle , R. Downey, Q. Feng, B. Kim (Chair), F. Liu, R. Ramanujam, A. Tsuboi, and Y. Yang. The members of the Local Organizing Committee are: I. Chung (Chair), J. Kim, G. Lee, and M. Ziegler. For further information, visit the webpage below.
Abstracts of contributed talks submitted by ASL members will be published in The Bulletin of Symbolic Logic if they satisfy the Rules for Abstracts (see above). The deadline for submissions is April 30, 2017. Submission instructions will soon be available at the meeting website.
Eleventh Panhellenic Logic Symposium Delphi, Greece
July 12--16, 2017
This biennial scientific event in logic was established in 1997 with the aim of promoting interaction and cross-fertilization among different areas of logic. The invited speakers include: Z. Chatzidakis, H. Leitgeb, Y. Moschovakis, A. Sorbi, W. Thomas, and T. Williamson. The following tutorials will be offered (with speakers in parentheses): Computable model theory (V. Harizanov), Model theory (A. Pillay), and O-minimality (Y. Peterzil). Special sessions (with organizers in parentheses) include Computability theory (A. Soskova) and Model theory (P. Eleftheriou and R. Sklinos). The Chair of the Program Committee is A. Soskova and the Chair of the Organizing Committee is A. Kakas. For further information, visit the website below.
Twenty-ninth European Summer School in Logic, Language and
Information (ESSLLI-2017) Toulouse, France
July 17--28, 2017
The European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information brings together logicians, linguists, computer scientists, and philosophers to study language, logic and information, and their interconnections. Introductory and advanced courses, together with workshops, cover a wide variety of topics within the three areas of interest: Language and Computation, Language and Logic, and Logic and Computation. The Chair of the Program Committee is S. Vasishth. ESSLLI-2017 is organized under the auspices of the Association for Logic, Language and Information (FoLLI). For more information about ESSLLI-2017, visit https://www.irit.fr/esslli2017/; for further information about FoLLI, visit http://www.folli.info.
Thirtieth International Workshop on Description Logics (DL 2017) Montpellier, France
July 18--21, 2017
This event is the major annual event of the description logic research community. It is the forum at which those interested in description logics, both from academia and industry, meet. The invited speakers are: M. Krötzsch, A. Pieris, and U. Sattler. The Program Chairs are A. Artale and B. Glimm. The General Chairs are M. Bienvenu and M.-L. Mugnier. For further information visit the website below.
Twenty-fourth Workshop on Logic, Language, Information and
Computation (WoLLIC 2017) London, UK
July 18-21, 2017
This is the twenty-fourth in a series of workshops intended to foster interdisciplinary research in pure and applied logic. The invited speakers are: H. Brickhill, M. Detlefsen, A. Kurz, F. Moltmann, D. Pym, N. Schweikardt, F. Yang, and B. Zilber. The Chair of the Program Committee is J. Kennedy. The Co-chairs of the (Local) Organizing Committee are M. Sadrzadeh and A. Silva. The annual meeting of the Association for Mathematics of Language (SIGMOL), a Special Interest Group of the Association for Computational Linguistics, will be co-located with WoLLIC 2017 and will take place on July 13--14th (see http://www.molweb.org/mol2017/). For more information, visit the webpage below.
Hilbert-Bernays Summer School on Logic and Computation Göttingen, Germany
July 23--29, 2017
This summer school is intended for students of mathematics, philosophy and computer science. The following mini-courses will be offered (with the speakers in parentheses): Geometric logic---topos theory (U. Stuhler), Proof theory and the art of ordinal analysis (M. Rathjen), Recursion and complexity (I. Oitavem), and Term rewriting systems (F. Baader). The deadline to register and apply for financial support is March 31, 2017. For further information, write to email@example.com or visit the webpage below.
2017 ASL European Summer Meeting (Logic Colloquium '17) Stockholm, Sweden
August 14--20, 2017
LC '17 will be co-located with with the Third Nordic Logic Summer School (see Calendar of Other Meetings and https://www.sls17.conf.kth.se) and the Twenty-sixth Annual Conference of the European Association for Computer Science Logic (CSL 2017; see the Calendar of Other Meetings and https://www.csl17.conf.kth.se). The invited speakers include: D. Aspero, A. Berarducci, E. Bouscaren, C. Brech, S. Fuchino, D. Hirschfeldt, W. Hodges, E. Jerabek, P. Martin-Löf, D. Prawitz, and S. Smets. Tutorials will be offered by P. Bouyer-Decitre and M. Gehrke. The invited speakers for the CSL 2017/LC '17 highlight session are V. Becher and P. Simon. The Program Committee members are: R. Downey, M. D\v zamonja (Chair), A. Enayat, F. Ferreira, V. Goranko, M. Hils, S. Negri, A. Rinot, and I. Walukiewicz. The Local Organizing Committee includes: M. Dam, V. Goranko (Co-Chair), S.-O. Hansson, V. Koponen, R. Loukanova, P. LeFanu Lumsdaine, A. Lundstedt, P. Pagin, E. Palmgren (Co-Chair), and D. Westerst\aa hl. For further information, visit the webpage below.
Abstracts of contributed talks submitted by ASL members will be published in The Bulletin of Symbolic Logic if they satisfy the Rules for Abstracts (see above). Abstracts should be submitted as pdf files at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=lc2017; for submission instructions see https://www.lc17.conf.kth.se/submissions.html. The deadline for submissions is May 5, 2017. If electronic submission is not possible, abstracts should be mailed to: Prof. Mirna Dzamonja, PC chair: Logic Colloquium 2017, School of Mathematics, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR 4 7TJ, UK.
Frontiers of Selection Principles Warsaw, Poland
August 21--September 1, 2017
This event celebrates the sixtieth birthday of Marion Scheepers. Selection principles connect topology, set theory, and functional analysis and make it possible to transport and apply methods from each of these fields to the other ones. It is now one of the most active streams of research within set theory and general topology. This conference will be fully dedicated to selection principles and their applications. The conference begins with a one week tutorial followed by a week of invited lectures. The confirmed invited speakers include: L. Aurichi, L. Babinkostova, T. Banakh, D. Bernal Santos, L. Bukovsky, P. Das, G. Di Maio, R. Dias, R. Filipow, D. Gauld, J. Kakol, A. Krawczyk, A. Kwela, A. Nowik, A. Osipov, S. Özcag, S. Plewik, R. RaLowski, M. Sakai, M. Scheepers, P. Szewczak, F. Tall, S. Tokgöz, B. Tsaban, T. Weiss, L. Zdomskyy, S. Zhnag, O. Zindulka, and S. Zeberski. The members of the Organizing Committee are P. Szewczak, B. Tsaban, and L. Zdomskyy. For further information visit the webpage below.
Mathematics Education for the Next Decade: Heuristics and Challenges of
Pólya and Lakatos Balatonfüred, Lake Balaton, Hungary
September 10--15, 2017
This event is the Fourteenth International Conference of The Mathematics Education for the Future Project. The Coordinator of the Program Committee is A. Rogerson. For further information visit the website below.
Model Theory of Operator Algebras: Workshop and Conference Irvine, California
September 20--24, 2017
The model-theoretic study of operator algebras is one of the newest and most exciting areas of modern model theory and has already found applications to purely operator-algebraic problems. The goal of this meeting is to help further bridge the gap between the model-theoretic and operator-algebraic communities. The invited speakers are: H. Ando, C. Eagle, I. Farah, S. Hardy, M. Lupini, S. Popa, D. Sherman, and D.V. Voiculescu. The following tutorials will be offered (with speakers in parentheses): C*-algebras (T. Sinclair), Continuous model theory (B. Hart), and Von Neumann algebras (A. Ioana). Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information visit the webpage below.
TABLEAUX 2017/FroCoS 2017/ITP 2017 Brasilia, Brazil
September 25--29, 2017
This event brings together the Twenty-sixth International Conference on Automated Reasoning with Analytic Tableaux and Related Methods, Eleventh International Symposium on Frontiers of Combining Systems, and Eighth Conference on Interactive Theorem Proving and Related Issues. The Co-Chairs of the TABLEAUX 2017 Program Committee are C. Nalon and R. Schmidt. The Co-Chairs of the FroCoS 2017 Program Committee are C. Dixon and M. Finger. The Co-Chairs of the ITP 2017 Program Committee are M. Ayala-Rincon and C. Munoz. The members of the combined Organizing Committee are J. Marcos, C. Nalon, D. Nantes Sobrinho, and E. Pimentel. For further information, visit either http://tableaux2017.cic.unb.br or http://frocos2017.cic.unb.br/ or http://itp2017.cic.unb.br/.
Model Theory, Combinatorics and Valued
fields: Trimester at the Institut Henri Poincaré Paris, France
January 8--April 6, 2018
The three themes of this program are: Model theory and application to combinatorics, Model theory of valued fields and applications, and Applications of model theory in geometry, analysis and number theory. In addition to weekly seminars and courses, the trimester will have four meetings (with dates in parentheses): Model theory, combinatorics and valued fields (introductory preschool of the trimester, January 8--12, 2018, at CIRM, Luminy), Model theory and applications to combinatorics (February 5--9, 2018), Model theory of valued fields and applications (March 5--9, 2018), and Model theory and applications (March 26--30, 2018). The Scientific Committee includes: E. Bouscaren, E. Breuillard, E. Hrushovski, F. Loeser, A. Pillay, and T. Scanlon. The members of the Organizing Committee are: E. Bouscaren, Z. Chatzidakis, M. Hils, D. Macpherson, and F. Wagner. For further information visit the website below.
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