NLS 2017: Third Nordic Logic Summer School (NLS) 2017: Call for Participation and Registration

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NLS 2017: Third Nordic Logic Summer School (NLS) 2017: Call for Participation and Registration

Roussanka Loukanova
Third Nordic Logic Summer School (NLS) 2017
Stockholm, August 7 - 11, 2017

         Call for participation

    *** Registration is now open ***

The third Nordic Logic Summer School is arranged under the  auspices of the Scandinavian Logic Society ( The two previous schools were organized in Nordfjordeid, Norway (2013) and Helsinki (2015). The intended audience is advanced master students, PhD-students, postdocs and experienced researchers wishing to learn the state of the art in a particular subject. The school is co-located with Logic Colloquium 2017 (August 14-20) and Computer Science Logic 2017 (August 21-24).

The school will consist of 10 five-hour courses, running in two parallel streams. In addition, there will be short student presentations and poster sessions.

The lectures run from

** Monday August 7, 9:00 to Friday August 11, 16:15 **


The following lecturers and course topics are confirmed.

* Mirna Dzamonja (University of East Anglia)
-- Set Theory

* Martin Escardo (Birmingham)
-- Topological and Constructive Aspects of Higher-Order Computation

* Henrik Forssell (Oslo)
-- Categorical Logic

* Volker Halbach (Oxford)
-- Truth & Paradox

* Larry Moss (Indiana University, Bloomington)
-- Natural Logic

* Anca Muscholl (LaBRI, Université Bordeaux)
-- Logic in Computer Science - Control and Synthesis, from a Distributed Perspective

* Eric Pacuit (University of Maryland)
-- Logic and Rationality

* Peter Pagin and Dag Westerståhl (Stockholm University)
-- Compositionality

* Sara L. Uckelman (Durham)
-- Medieval Logic

* Andreas Weiermann (Ghent)
-- Proof Theory

Programme and course descriptions can be found on
the Logic in Stockholm 2017 web site:

Certificates for participation will be provided. There will be possibilities to take official credits for some of the courses.

Department of Mathematics, Kräftriket Campus, Stockholm University.

Registration opens: April 6, 2017
Early registration ends: ** May 15, 2017 **
Late registration ends: ** August 4, 2017 **
Submission of abstracts for presentations and posters:
Opening: March 6, 2017
Closing: May 2, 2017
Notification of acceptance: May 9, 2017

The early registration fee, for students and participants from developing countries, is 2000 SEK including VAT (approx. 200 Euros) per participant, and includes coffee breaks and conference materials. For all others the early registration fee is 2600 SEK including VAT. Late registration is 3200 SEK for all.

The registration is done on the Logic in Stockholm 2017 web site:

To be considered for a grant, you need to submit an application, with file name:


via EasyChair on this link:

On the bottom of the submission page of EasyChair, under Topics, you need to check the box "Grant application", before uploading your application.

The application must contain the following documents, in one PDF document:

(1) Letter of Application for a grant, stating your logic-related interests
(2) academic records or transcripts of courses taken so far that demonstrate your background in logic
(3) Letter of Recommendation from your current or most recent supervisor

Note 1: In case your recommender prefers to send the recommendation directly, she/he should send it as an email attachment of a pdf file named:


to the following email address:

Email Subject: Letter-of-Recommendation-Your-Name.pdf

Note 2: "Your-Names" should be your actual first and family name, without spaces.

Note 3: In case the originals are not in English, the best is to provide scans of official, certified translations. If that would be problematic, you should supplement the scans of the originals with translations that are verified by the name and signature of your supervisor. The applications nominated for grants will be subject to further verifications.

Deadline for grant applications: ** April 24, 2017**
Notification: May 9, 2017

The registration fee does not cover accommodation, but there are special offers at hostels and hotels (in the range 700 - 1200 SEK/night for single rooms).

There will be offers of inexpensive accommodation via the Stockholm University Housing Office. The cost will be around 350 SEK per person per night, in studio apartments shared by two people. To be able to take part in this offer, participants need to register at the latest May 15. Enquiries may be directed to:

logic2017-accommodation [at]

Further information about submissions, registration and accommodation possibilities is available on the Logic in Stockholm 2017 web site

General enquiries: nls2017 [at]
Accommodation enquiries: logic2017-accommodation [at]


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Program Committee of NLS 2017:

Thierry Coquand (Göteborg), Ali Enayat (Göteborg)
Mai Gehrke (IRIF, Paris), Nina Gierasimczuk (Copenhagen)
Valentin Goranko (Stockholm U), Lauri Hella (Tampere)
Lars Kristiansen (Oslo), Juha Kontinen (Helsinki)
Øystein Linnebo (Oslo), Sara Negri (Helsinki)
Erik Palmgren (chair, Stockholm U)

Local Organizing Committee of NLS 2017:

Valentin Goranko (co-chair), Dilian Gurov, Roussanka Loukanova,
Peter LeFanu Lumsdaine, Anders Lundstedt, Erik Palmgren (co-chair)

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