Thursday, January 29, 2015

[DMANET] PhDs in Logic VII (May 14-16, 2015), Final call for abstracts and participation

PhDs in Logic VII

May 14-16th, 2015



PhDs in Logic is an annual graduate conference in logic. Each year we

invite four established researchers in various branches of logic to do a

tutorial on their work in two 45-minute sessions. We also give PhD

students the opportunity to do a twenty-minute presentation on (a) their

own work or (b) an overview of some topic in their field.

The conference includes the following tutorial speakers.

Thomas Eiter (Vienna University of Technology)

Michael Moortgat (Universiteit Utrecht)

Revantha Ramanayake (Vienna University of Technology)

Torsten Schaub (University Potsdam)

PhD students in logic with a background in philosophy, computer science,

mathematics or linguistics are the intended audience for these

tutorials. They are also the type of students we have in mind for our

thirty-minute student sessions. Students interested in doing a talk

should send a 500-1000 word blinded abstract to by February 12th, 2015.

The selection of the talks will follow a double-blind review process.

Please make sure that your name and affiliation are not included in the


We welcome students to participate in PhDs in Logic VII regardless of

whether they want to do a presentation. We also invite master students

in logic, first year postdocs, and logicians from disciplines other than

philosophy, computer science, mathematics and linguistics to apply.

Students interested in participating without giving a talk should

contact us at

For more information, visit our website at In case you have any questions, please

do not hesitate to contact us via

Organizing Committee: Ronald de Haan, Martin Kronegger.

Scientific Committee: Agata Ciabattoni, Jan van Eijck, Chris Fermüller,

Nina Gierasimczuk, Thomas Icard, Eric Pacuit, Jakub Szymanik, Anna Zamansky.

Advisory Board: Stefan Szeider, Helmut Veith.

Sponsors: Vienna Center for Logic and Algorithms, Doctoral Program

Logical Methods in Computer Science.

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