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DaLi 2022: Dynamic Logic, Haifa (Israel) & Virtual, 31 Jul & 1 Aug 2022

DaLí 2022 - Call for Papers - ** Extended Deadline **


-- Online participation will be ensured. --

***Important Dates***

- Abstract submission deadline: 18 May 2022 (Extended!)
- Full paper submission deadline: 25 May 2022 (Extended!)
- Author notifications: 15 June 2022
- Workshop final program online: 15 June 2022

****Invited Speakers****

Marta Bílková (Institute of Computer Science, Czech Academy of Sciences, CZ)

Nina Gierasimczuk (Technical University of Denmark, DK)

Elaine Pimentel (University College London, UK)

Fernando Velázquez Quesada (University of Bergen, NO)


Dynamic logic (DL), a generalization of the logic of Floyd-Hoare introduced
in the 70s by Pratt, is a well-known and particularly powerful way of
combining propositions, for capturing static properties of program states,
and structured actions, responsible for transitions from a state to another
(and typically combined through a Kleene algebra to express sequential,
non-deterministic, iterative behavior of systems), into a formal framework
to reason about, and verify, classic imperative programs.

Over time Dynamic logic grew to encompass a family of logics increasingly
popular in the verification of computational systems, and able to evolve
and adapt to new, and complex validation challenges. In particular, the
dynamic logic community is interested in the study of operators that can
modify the structure in which they are being evaluated. Examples include
dynamic logics tailored to specific programming problems or paradigms
(e.g., separation logics to model the evolution of a program heap);
languages to reason and represent evolving information (e.g., dynamic
epistemic logics); and formalism that aim to model new computing domains,
including probabilistic, continuous and quantum computation.

Dynamic logic is not only theoretically relevant, but it also shows
enormous practical potential and it is indeed a topic of interest in
several scientific venues, from wide-scope software engineering conferences
to modal logic specific events. That being said, DaLí is the only event
exclusively dedicated to this topic. It is our aim to once again bring
together in a single place the heterogeneous community of colleagues which
share an interest in Dynamic logic - from Academia to Industry, from
Mathematics to Computer Science, - to promote their works, to foster great
discussions and new collaborations.

Previous editions of DaLí took place in Brasília (2017) and Porto (2019),
and an online edition (2020).

****List of Topics****

Submissions are invited on the general field of dynamic logic, its variants
and applications, including, but not restricted to:

- Dynamic logic, foundations and applications

- Logics with regular modalities

- Modal/temporal/epistemic logics

- Kleene and action algebras and their variants

- Quantum dynamic logic

- Coalgebraic modal/dynamic logics

- Graded and fuzzy dynamic logics

- Dynamic logics for cyber-physical systems

- Dynamic epistemic logic

- Complexity and decidability of variants of dynamic logics and temporal

- Model checking, model generation and theorem proving for dynamic logics

****Submission and Proceedings****

Submissions of original papers (unpublished and not submitted for
publication elsewhere), up to 15 pages in LNCS style, are invited through


Papers will be published in a Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume,

We are planning a special issue of a journal for selected contributions.

Extended abstracts with preliminary results and work in progress (2-5 pag)
are also welcomed for short presentations.

****Program Committee Chairs****

Carlos Areces (FaMAF, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, AR)

Diana Costa (LASIGE, FCUL, University of Lisbon, PT)

****Program Commitee****

Thomas Ågotnes (U. Bergen, NO)

Natasha Alechina (Utrecht U., NL)

Carlos Areces (U. Córdoba, AR)

Philippe Balbiani (IRIT, FR)

Diana Costa (U. Lisbon, PT)

Giovanna D'Agostino (U. Udine, IT)

Stéphane Demri (CNRS, FR)

Hans van Ditmarsch (Open University, NL)

Raul Fervari (U. Córdoba, AR)

Sabine Frittella (LIFO, FR)

Nina Gierasimczuk (TU Denmark, DK)

Rajeev Goré (Vienna U. of Technology, AU and Polish A. of Science, PO)

Rolf Hennicker (LMU Munich, DE)

Reiner Hähnle (TU Darmstadt, DE)

Sophia Knight (U. Minnesota, USA)

Clemens Kupke (U. Strathclyde, UK)

Stepan Kuznetsov (Steklov Mathematical Institute, RU)

Alexandre Madeira (U. Aveiro, PT)

Sonia Marin (U. Birmingham, UK)

Manuel A. Martins (U. Aveiro, PT)

Larry Moss (Indiana University Bloomington, USA)

Cláudia Nalon (U. Brasília, BR)

Nicola Olivetti (Aix-Marseille U., FR)

Eric Pacuit (U. Maryland, USA)

Alessandra Palmigiano (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NL)

Vít Punčochář (Czech Academy of Sciences, CZ)

Katsuhiko Sano (Hokkaido U., JP)

Igor Sedlár (Czech Academy of Sciences, CZ)

Rineke Verbrugge (U. Groningen, NL)

Frank Wolter (U. Liverpool, UK)

Serenella Cerrito (U. d'Evry Val d'Essonne, FR)

****Steering Committee****

Alexandru Baltag (U. Amsterdam, NL)

Alexandre Madeira (U. Aveiro, PT)

Andreas Herzig (IRIT, U. Paul Sabatier, FR)

David Harel (The Weizmann Institute of Science, IL)

Dexter Kozen (Cornell U., USA)

Fenrong Liu (Tsinghua U., CH)

Johan van Benthem (U. Amsterdam, NL)

Hans van Ditmarsch (Open University, NL)

Igor Sedlár (Czech Academy of Sciences, CZ)

Luís Soares Barbosa (U. Minho, PT), Chair

Manuel Martins (U. Aveiro, PT)

Mário Benevides (Federal U. Rio de Janeiro, BR)

Nina Gierasimczuk (U. Amsterdam, NL)

Sonja Smets (U. Amsterdam, NL)

Vaughan Pratt (Stanford U., USA)
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