12 - 16 July 2016, Eleventh Panhellenic Logic Symposium (PLS11), Delphi, Greece
The Panhellenic Logic Symposium is a biennial scientific event that was established in 1997. It aims to promote interaction and cross-fertilization among different areas of logic. Originally conceived as a way of bringing together the many logicians of Hellenic descent throughout the world, the PLS has evolved into an international forum for the communication of state-of-the-art advances in logic. The scientific program of PLS11 will consist of hour-long invited talks, tutorials and presentations of accepted contributed papers and posters. The symposium is open to researchers worldwide who work in logic broadly conceived.
Original papers that fall within the scope of the symposium are solicited. Prospective speakers of twenty-minute presentations are invited to submit a paper, in English, not exceeding six pages. If possible, each submitted paper should be classified in one of the following areas: Ancient Logic, Computability Theory, History and Philosophy of Logic, Logic in Computer Science, Model Theory, Nonclassical and Modal Logics, Proof Theory, or Set Theory. Paper submission deadline: Wednesday, April 12, 2017.
Graduate students and young researchers are invited to submit a short abstract on work in progress but not yet ready for a regular contributed talk. Authors of accepted abstracts will have an opportunity to present their results in poster form in a special poster session. Interested students should submit abstracts of no more than one page in PDF form by Friday June 2.