What are the mathematical properties of information? How can we describe how information flows between humans or computers? Questions such as these lie at the heart of the research conducted at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC), a world-class research institute in the interdisciplinary area between mathematics, linguistics, computer science, philosophy and artificial intelligence, which is rooted in the Amsterdam logic research tradition dating back to the early twentieth century.
ILLC members are involved in a high number of externally funded projects (especially NWO funded projects). Currently ILLC hosts 2 VICI grants, 4 VIDI grants, 6 VENI grants and a number of other projects (Eurocores, Free competition, Mosaic). For an overview, see here.
Director: Prof.dr. Robert van Rooij
Manager (bedrijfsvoerder): Jenny Batson
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