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CfParticipation: Announcing a new monthly online seminar on the topic of first-order modal logic, starting 6 November 2023

The seminar officially starts on 6 November 2023 at 4:30 pm (UTC+1, Vienna). We are delighted to announce that the first talk will be given by

     Melvin Fitting on De Re, De Dicto, and Binding Modalities
and will be followed by the second talk on 4 December 2023 at 4:30 pm (UTC+1, Vienna) by

    Eugenio Orlandelli on Quantified Modal Logics: One approach to rule them all!

The seminar will be held on Zoom every first (or second) Monday of the month and will consist of a 60-minute talk followed by 30 minutes of discussion. The abstracts together with more information about the seminar and future talks can be found on our website: https://sites.google.com/view/fomolo .

If you want to attend these and future talks, subscribe to our mailing list at https://sites.google.com/view/fomolo/home/mailing-list and you will receive the Zoom invitation before the talk via email. Please do make sure to add contact.fomolo --at-- gmail --dot-- com to your safe sender list to ensure you receive all our future communications.

We plan to record several talks and make the videos available to subscribers of the mailing list. Therefore, even if you are unable to join the talks, we still strongly recommend subscribing.

We are Clara List and Dominik Pichler, two PhD students working in the area of first-order modal logic. At this year's ESSLLI in Ljubljana, we attended the first-order modal logic workshop organised by Valentin Goranko and Dmitry Shkatov. Towards the end of the workshop, there was great interest from the participants and organisers in further events focusing on this area. This is why we are excited to announce the launch of our new monthly online seminar on the topic of first-order modal logic.

Our main motivation for organizing this seminar is to provide a platform for researchers to present and discuss past and ongoing projects so that participants can keep up to date with the current state of the art. As speakers share their recent work and discoveries, we hope the main challenges of the field can be identified together as a collective community. Ideally, the seminar will also offer valuable insights to up-and-coming researchers and spark new research initiatives.

We hope to see you at the seminar!

Kind regards,

Clara and Dominik
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