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PhDs in Logic IV

Ghent, April 12-13, 2012



FIRST CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

PhDs in Logic IV is a graduate conference organized by and for PhD-students. This edition is the fourth one of an annual Belgian–Dutch happening; earlier editions took place in Ghent (2009), Tilburg (2010), and Brussels (2011).
As all previous PhDs in Logic conferences, this two-day graduate conference follows this threefold plan:
*    Four established tutorial speakers will each give two one-hour tutorial sessions on a relevant topic in logic.
*    Ten to twenty PhD students are given the opportunity to do a presentation on their own work.
*    Networking will be encouraged by providing for generous breaks and by having lunch with the entire group.
The invited tutorial speakers for this year's edition are Valentin Goranko (Technical University of Denmark), Alessandra Palmigiano (University of Amsterdam), Heinrich Wansing (Ruhr University Bochum), and Andreas Weiermann (Ghent University). All speakers have provisionally accepted our invitation.
PhD students interested in doing a talk should send a 500-1000 word abstract to phdsinlogic@gmail.com by January 15th, 2012. We welcome PhD students in logic with a background in philosophy, computer science or mathematics. Exceptions can be made for master students and first-year postdocs.
For more information, visit our website at www.phdsinlogic2012.ugent.be

Timeline
Submission deadline         January, 15, 2012
Notification                       February, 13, 2012
Conference                      April, 12-13, 2012

Organizing Committee
Mathieu Beirlaen
Tjerk Gauderis
Bruno Leclercq

Scientific Committee
Diderik Batens
Leon Horsten
Benedikt Löwe
Joke Meheus
Jean Paul Van Bendegem

Sponsors
Doctoral School Arts and Humanities, University Ghent, Belgium
Website: http://www.ugent.be/doctoralschools/en

Centre National de Recherches de Logique - Nationaal Centrum voor Navorsingen in de Logica (CNRL-NCNL), Belgium
Website: http://www.logic-center.be/

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