The Scandinavian Logic Society

Nordic Logic Summer School 2020 (NLS 2020)

published 2020-02-18

University of Bergen, Norway
June 22-25, 2020

Program Committee: Bahareh Afshari, Patrick Blackburn (co-chair), Lauri Hella, Ole Hjortland, Sara Negri, Øystein Linnebo, Rasmus K. Rendsvig, Marija Slavkovik (co-chair).

The fourth Nordic Logic Summer School is arranged under the auspices of the Scandinavian Logic Society. The three previous schools were organized in Nordfjordeid, Norway (2013), Helsinki, Finland (2015) and Stockholm, Sweden (2017). The intended audience is masters students, PhD-students, postdocs, and experienced researchers, who wish to learn the state of the art in a range of topics in contemporary logic. Attendees who want to obtain ECTS points will be able to do so by giving a short presentation on June 26th 2020.

Six courses on themes in philosophical logic, mathematical logic, and computational logic will be offered. No parallel sessions are planned, so it will be possible to attend them all. The courses are:
Yang Fan: Proof theoretic aspects of dependence logics
Peter Fritz: Necessitism vs contingentism
Nina Gierasimczuk: Learning and Modal Logic
Paulo Oliva: Proofs interpretations and constructive mathematics
Thomas Powell: Proof Mining
Sonja Smets: Logics for Epistemic Social Networks

Note that this summer school immediately precedes the eleventh Scandinavian Logic Symposium, which will also be held at the University of Bergen, which will run from June 26-28, 2020.