British Logic Colloquium 2014
September 3-5, 2014
The British Logic Colloquium (BLC) 2014 will be held at the University of Central Lancashire (3rd-5th of September). It will be preceded by BLC PhD day (2nd-3rd September) (for more details see here). This is a general Logic meeting and will cover many different topics within the subject. We have a number of invited speakers and also some space for contributed talks. If you would like to give such a talk please indicate this wish when registering.
- Dr Charlotte Kestner, UCLAN
- Dr Davide Penazzi, UCLAN
- Tahel Ronel, Manchester
- Liz Howarth, Manchester
- Natasha Alechina (Nottingham)
- Ann Copestake (Cambridge)
- Anuj Dawar (Cambridge)
- Immanuel Halupczok (Leeds)
- Daniel Palacin (Muenster)
- Graham Leigh (Oxford)
- Jeff Paris (Manchester)
- Alex Simpson (Edinburgh)
- Paulo Oliva (Queen Mary, London)
A list of abstracts is available here.
We welcome applications to give contributed talks for the main BLC conference in any area of logic. Contributed talks will be 30 mins (including time for questions). Please indicate on the registration form that you would like to give a contributed talk. If you have any questions, or would like to send an abstract please email email@example.com.
Contributions are also welcome from all students attending the PhD day. Talks should be around 30 minutes (including time for questions), although longer slots may be possible by request. We also welcome contributed posters but these should be provided ready-printed as we are not able to provide a printing service. Talks or posters need not refer to finished work, an account of work in progess or area of interest would also be considered. If you would like to contribute a talk or poster for the PhD day, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements, or with any questions. Deadline: 31 July.
There is a limited number of bursaries available for students who wish to attend. A bursary covers the conference accommodation on the basis of two people sharing a room, as well as contributing to the cost of travel. Applications for bursaries should be accompanied by a short paragraph stating your affiliation, the name of your supervisor and a brief description of your research; priority will be given to those contributing either a talk or a poster. Deadline: 31 July.