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ESSLLI 2022: Early bird deadline extension

8-19 Aug 2022
Galway, Ireland

The early bird registration has been extended to 5th June:


Registration is now open for the 33rd European Summer School in Logic,
Language and Information (ESSLLI), taking place from 8-19 August, 2022
at the National University of Ireland Galway: https://2022.esslli.eu/


The European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI)
is a yearly recurring event, organised under the auspices of the
Association for Logic, Language and Information (FoLLI), and has been
running since 1989. The ESSLLI Summer School provides an
interdisciplinary setting in which courses and workshops are offered in
logic, linguistics and computer science, also from wider scientific,
historical, and philosophical perspectives.

ESSLLI attracts around 400 participants from all parts of Europe, as
well as from North and Latin America, and Asia. The ESSLLI has become
the main meeting place for young researchers and students in logic,
linguistics and computer science to discuss current research and to
share knowledge. The event is unique in its interdisciplinary set-up,
with no equivalents in Europe.


The ESSLLI Summer School offers an exciting two-week programme,
consisting of the following:
- Workshops in logic, linguistics and computer science
- Courses — foundational, introductory and advanced — in three areas:
- - Language and Computation
- - Logic and Computation
- - Logic and Language
- Student session
- Evening lectures
- Social activities


Registration for attendees, course lecturers, student session and
workshop organisers and speakers is now open. The early-registration
deadline has been extended to Sunday 5th June; go to
https://2022.esslli.eu/registration.html. ESSLLI is offering affordable
accommodation on campus to all participants who book before 27th June.
Registrations received after this date will not be able to book
accommodation through our portal.
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