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New Master's Program in Logic at the University of Gothenburg

The Department of Philosophy, Linguistics & Theory of Science is pleased to announce the inauguration of the Master's Program in Logic. The program will be launched in Autumn of 2016.

More information can be found at

Please note that the deadline for applicants from non-EU/EEA countries for Autumn of 2016 has already passed, but applicants from EU/EEA countries, and others not in need of a Swedish resident permit can still apply until 11:59 PM (Sweden time) of April 15, 2016.

Logic Session at the 27th Nordic Congress of Mathematicians

19 March 2016, Stockholm

The 27th Nordic Congress of Mathematicians (16-20 March 2016 in Stockholm) celebrates the 100th anniversary of Institut Mittag-Leffler. The founder of the institute Gösta Mittag-Leffler (1846 - 1927) was an early supporter of Georg Cantor and his set theory.

The Emergence of Structuralism and Formalism, June 24.- 26. 2016 Prague, Czech Republic

Keynote Speakers:
S. Shapiro
M. Detlefsen
M. Resnik
L. Horsten

PhDs in Logic VIII, Darmstadt, Germany, May 9-11, 2016

"PhDs in Logic" is an annual graduate conference organised by local graduate students. This conference has an interdisciplinary character, welcoming contributions to various topics in Mathematical Logic, Philosophical Logic, and Logic in Computer Science. It involves tutorials by established researchers as well as short presentations by PhD students on their research.

We are happy to announce that the next edition of "PhDs in Logic" will take place in Darmstadt, Germany, during May 9-11 2016, hosted by the Logic research group of the Department of Mathematics, TU Darmstadt.

the scandinavian logic society

Our aim at present is to develop this website for the purpose of sharing information on all matters related to logic in the Scandinavian countries.
We wish the Society to construe the concept of logic as broadly as possible, including the fields computer science, philosophy, mathematics and linguistics.

 Photo of Mount Akka / Àhkka massif seen from the high plateau Maukojaureh north-east of it by Tobias Radeskog / CC BY 3.0.