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VvL Dutch Logic PhD Day

1 Jul 2022
Utrecht, The Netherlands

*Call for Abstracts: Dutch Logic PhD Day 2022*

The Dutch Association for Logic and Philosophy of the Exact Sciences (VvL) 
invites PhD students in logic (and related areas) to register for the 
first-ever Dutch Logic PhD day to take place on the 1st of July, 2022 
(co-hosted by The Dutch Research School of Philosophy (OZSW)) in Utrecht.

*Date and location*

July 1st, 2022, Utrecht University (room TBA).

*Target group*

PhD students in logic (and related areas) in the Netherlands (if places 
available, the event is also open to master's students). If you do not 
fall under the this target group but you are interested in attending, feel 
free to send us an e-mail at dutch.logic.phd.day@gmail.com.

The goal of this event is to foster a community of PhD students in the 
Netherlands in all areas of logic, which will manifest itself not only at 
individual institutions, but in the Netherlands as a whole. This will 
encourage collaborations and exchange of ideas between PhD students, 
leading to a more unified Dutch research community in logic for young 
researchers. Logic research in the Netherlands is most known to take place 
in Amsterdam (at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation), 
Utrecht and Groningen, but logic-related research can be found at many 
other Dutch universities. This event should encourage PhD students to 
reach out to colleagues in other Dutch cities, in order to build an 
academic network and remain connected to logic research at different 

*Keynote speakers*

We are happy to confirm the following keynote speakers:

 	• Dr. Maria Aloni (ILLC, University of Amsterdam)
 	• Dr. Revantha Remanayake (University of Groningen)

*Abstract submission and registration*

PhD students can submit abstracts until June 1st 2022; abstracts should 
contain no more than 200 words. An abstract can focus on particular 
results of a PhD project, or on a method which is intended to lead to 
future results. We encourage PhD students to describe the embedding of 
their talk into the overall goal of their PhD. The talk should be 
accessible to peers from different disciplines within logic.

For more information about registration and abstract submission see the 
following website:



Francisco Trucco Dalmas (University of Groningen) – franciscoctrucco at gmail.com

Robin Martinot (Utrecht University) – r.a.martinot at uu.nl

Robert Passmann (University of Amsterdam) – r.passmann at uva.nl

Daira Pinto Prieto (University of Amsterdam) – d.pintoprieto at uva.nl
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