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BLC PhD student day: 1-2 September 2015
BLC meeting: 2-4 September 2015
Conference Dinner: 3 September 2015
BLC 2015 is organised by the British Logic Colloquium and is related to, but not part of the INI programme Mathematical, Foundational and Computational Aspects of the Higher Infinite. BLC 2015 is generously supported by the London Mathematical Society.
The organisers extend their thanks to INI for agreeing to hold the meeting in their seminar room and hosting the conference webpage on their server. The fact that the conference takes place at INI will maximize the benefits of holding the conference in Cambridge during a related research programme.
The meeting will include ten invited talks (speakers listed below) and a number of contributed talks. Anyone wishing to contibute a talk should send an abstract (of about 250 words) to blc-2015[at]cl.cam.ac[dot]uk by 15 July 2015.
- Andreas Blass (Michigan)
- Victoria Gitman (New York)
- Ian Pratt-Hartman (Manchester)
- Alexander Kechris (Pasadena)
- Jonathan Kirby (East Anglia)
- Agi Kurucz (London)
- Itay Neeman (Los Angeles)
- Arno Pauly (Cambridge)
- Andrew Pitts (Cambridge)
- Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh (London)
Bursaries: There are a limited number of bursaries available for students who wish to attend. A bursary will provide a subsidy for travel and accommodation costs. 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 a talk in either the PhD day or the main BLC meeting. Deadline: 15 July 2015.
PhD Day: The BLC PhD day provides an opportunity for postgraduates to meet and discuss their research or area of interest with fellow young logicians. If you wish to attend the PhD day, please email blc-2015-phd[at]maths.cam.ac[dot]uk, including your Name, Affiliation and whether or not you would like to present a talk or a poster.
Sponsors: The meeting is supported by the London Mathematical Society, the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences and Robinson College, Cambridge.