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  • 20 October 2021, Algebra|Coalgebra Seminar, R. Ramanujam

    Date & Time: Wednesday 20 October 2021, 16:00
    Speaker: R. Ramanujam (Institute of Mathematical Sciences, India)
    Title: Decidable fragments of first order modal logic
    Location: Online (Zoom)
    For more information, see or contact Jan Rooduijn at .
  • 20 October 2021, MoL thesis presentations, MoL students

    Date & Time: Wednesday 20 October 2021, 17:00-19:00
    Speaker: MoL students
    Title: MoL thesis presentations S1 2021/22
    Location: Room F2.04, Science Park 107, 1098 XG Amsterdam

    MoL students graduating in the current semester will present their ongoing thesis projects to the ILLC community.

    For more information, contact Maria Aloni at .
  • (Updated) 21 October 2021, Logic and Interactive Rationality (LIRa), Francesca Poggiolesi

    Date & Time: Thursday 21 October 2021, 16:30-18:00
    Speaker: Francesca Poggiolesi
    Title: Grounding principles for (relevant) implication
    Location: online.
  • (New) 25 October 2021, AUC Logic Lectures Series, Ulle Endriss

    Date & Time: Monday 25 October 2021, 18:00-19:00
    Speaker: Ulle Endriss
    Title: Judgment Aggregation
    Location: AUC Common Room - Science Park 113, Amsterdam

    This lecture will be an introduction to the theory of judgment aggregation (JA). JA deals with the problem of combining the views of several individual agents regarding the truth of a number of propositions, expressed in the language of logic, into a single such view that appropriately reflects the stance of the group as a whole. Applications of JA range from aggregating the opinions of several judges in a court of law into a single legal opinion, all the way to aggregating information received from several autonomous software agents in the context of distributed computing systems.