Both Paris and Amsterdam host a lively group of
young researchers working at the interface of logic, language, and theories of rationality.
PALMYR brings them together.
PALMYR is a series of yearly meetings taking place alternatively in Amsterdam and Paris. At each PALMYR meeting, visitors give talks about their
current research interests, each presentation being commented by
a fellow researcher from the host town.
Next PALMYR meeting:
Previous PALMYR meetings:
PALMYR IX: Logic and the Use of Language; Amsterdam, 28-29 June 2010
PALMYR VIII: Formal Epistemology; Geneva, 8-9 May 2009
PALMYR VII; Paris, 6-7 October 2008
PALMYR VI: Truth, Logic, and Games; Amsterdam, 14-15 December 2007
PALMYR V: Dynamic Perspectives on Meaning; Paris, 1-2 June 2007
PALMYR IV: Logics for Belief Dynamics; Amsterdam, 4-5 December 2006
PALMYR III: What Is the Relationship between Logic and Reasoning?; Paris, 27-28 June 2006
PALMYR II; Paris, 29 October 2005
PALMYR I: Formal Tools for Theories of Language and Rationality; Amsterdam, 25 June 2005