[FOM] Call for participation: Second Indian Winter School on Logic

Sara L. Uckelman suckelma at illc.uva.nl
Wed Aug 8 09:33:03 EDT 2007

Second Indian Winter School on Logic
January 14-26, 2008, IIT Kanpur

under the aegis of "Association for Logic in India" and sponsored by 
"The Association for Symbolic Logic"

The Indian winter school on Logic is a biennial event. The first school
was held during January 3-18, 2006, at IIT Bombay.  The objective is to
place before students and researchers of the country, some basics as 
well as active research areas in Logic.

The plan this time is to concentrate on some themes. A theme may have 
more than one speaker involved, and will range from an introduction to 
the state-of-the-art for some topic(s) under it. In addition, there will 
be time for tutorials/discussion hours. Some special lectures may be
accommodated as well.

Themes and Speakers

ALGEBRAIC LOGIC: Mai Gehrke (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen), Ramon 
Jansana (University of Barcelona)

University), Didier Dubois (IRIT)

LOGIC AND GAMES: Rohit Parikh (CUNY), Johan van Benthem (ILLC/Stanford)


PHILOSOPHICAL LOGIC: Chhanda Chakraborti (IIT Kharagpur), Ranjan
Mukhopadhyay (Visva-Bharati)

PROBABILISTIC LOGIC: Eric Pacuit (ILLC), Gregory Wheeler (CENTRIA, Lisbon)

SET THEORY: Joel D. Hamkins (CUNY), Benedikt Löwe (ILLC), S.M. 
Srivastava (ISI, Kolkata), Agatha Walczak-Typke (University of Vienna)

SPATIAL REASONING: Guram Bezhanishvili (New Mexico State University) -


Graduate students with a basic background and rich interest in Logic are
welcome to apply. Active researchers and teachers of the subject may 
apply as well.

Indian students will be reimbursed travel fare. A small number of travel
grants will be available for other Indian participants in need of them.
Details about application procedure will be put up soon on this page.

Students who are ASL members, may apply for (limited) ASL travel funds
directly to the ASL office. See
http://www.aslonline.org/studenttravelawards.html), for details. The
deadline for receiving applications by the ASL is October 14, 2007.

There are no registration fees for the school, and local hospitality 
will be provided to all.

Those wishing to participate, may write to either of the co-ordinators 
at mohua at iitk.ac.in or seth at iitk.ac.in.

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