Nordic Logic Summer School 2022
University of Bergen, Norway, June 13-16, 2022
The fourth Nordic Logic Summer School is arranged under the auspices of the Scandinavian Logic Society. The three previous schools were organised in Nordfjordeid, Norway (2013), Helsinki, Finland (2015) and Stockholm, Sweden (2017). The intended audience is advanced master students, PhD-students, postdocs and experienced researchers wishing to learn the state of the art in a particular subject. Five courses will be offered. No parallel sessions are planned, so it will be possible to attend them all.
|9:00–10:00||Realizability (Paulo Oliva)|
|10:30–11:30||Dependence Logic and its Proof-theoretic Aspects (Fan Yang)|
|12:00–13:00||Propositional Quantification (Peter Fritz)|
|14:30–15:30||Proof Mining (Thomas Powell)|
|16:00–17:00||Learning and Modal Logic (Nina Gierasimczuk)|
Courses and lecturers
Dependence logic and its proof-theoretic aspects
Learning and Modal Logic
Note that this summer school immediately precedes the eleventh Scandinavian Logic Symposium, which will also be held at the University of Bergen, and will run from June 17-19, 2022. Thus, attendance at both NLS and SLSS offers a solid week of logic in Bergen.
All questions regarding the summer school should be emailed to nls (at) uib.no.
Patrick Blackburn (Roskilde)
Rasmus K. Rendsvig (Copenhagen)
Bahareh Afshari (Amsterdam)
Ole Hjortland (Bergen)
Lauri Hella (Tampere)
Sara Negri (Helsinki)
Øystein Linnebo (Oslo)