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31-May-2013-Nordic-Spring-School-in-Logic-2013-Nor
dfjordeid-Norway
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SUMMARY:Nordic Spring School in Logic 2013, Nordfj
ordeid, Norway
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20130527
DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20130531
LOCATION:Nordfjordeid, Norway
DESCRIPTION:The first Nordic Spring School in Logi
c is organized under the auspices of the Scandinav
ian Logic Society and is supported by the Departme
nt of Mathematics of the University of Oslo. The s
chool programme will comprise a number of short co
urses on a variety of important topics in mathemat
ical, computational, applied and philosophical log
ic, given by leading experts in their fields. Th
e program will be divided into two parallel stream
s, one mainly on mathematical logic and the other
mainly on computational, applied and philosophical
logic. The courses will target mainly PhD student
s, but will also be of interest for young (and not
so young) researchers in logic and its applicatio
ns. Some of the courses will be accessible to adva
nced master students, too. Besides the series of c
ourses, the school program will also include a hal
f-day excursion to the famous glacier Briksdalsbre
en, on Wednesday, May 29. Final registration dea
dline: May 1st, 2013. For more information, see ht
tp://scandinavianlogic.org/school
X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n The first
Nordic Spring School in Logic is organized under\n
the auspices of the Scandinavian Logic Socie
ty and is supported\n by the Department of Ma
thematics of the University of Oslo. The\n s
chool programme will comprise a number of short co
urses on a\n variety of important topics in m
athematical, computational,\n applied and phi
losophical logic, given by leading experts in\n
their fields.\n

\n The program
will be divided into two parallel streams, one\n
mainly on mathematical logic and the other ma
inly on\n computational, applied and philosop
hical logic. The courses will\n target mainly
PhD students, but will also be of interest for\n
young (and not so young) researchers in logic
and its\n applications. Some of the courses
will be accessible to advanced\n master stude
nts, too. Besides the series of courses, the schoo
l\n program will also include a half-day excu
rsion to the famous\n glacier Briksdalsbreen,
on Wednesday, May 29.\n

\n \n Final registration deadline: May 1st, 2013.\n
For more information, see\n http://scandinavianlogic.org/school\n
URL:/NewsandEvents/Archives/2013/newsitem/4797/27-
31-May-2013-Nordic-Spring-School-in-Logic-2013-Nor
dfjordeid-Norway
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