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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

School "Proof Theory: Linear Logic, Ludics, Geometry of Interaction", 27 Aug - to 01 Sep 2012, Rio State, BRAZIL

Scientific Commitee

Jean-Yves GIRARD CNRS, Institut de mathématiques de Luminy, ?quipe Logique de la programmation

Jean-Baptiste JOINET University Panthéon-Sorbonne, UFR de Philosophie, Centre International de 
Recherche: Philosophie, Lettres, Savoirs

Luiz Carlos PEREIRA PUC-Rio, Departamento de Filosofia, Instituto de Lógica e Filosofia da 

Elaine PIMENTEL Federal University of Minais Gerais (Brazil) & Univalle (Colombia), Departamento 
de Matematica

Organizational Commitee

     Luiz Carlos Pereira
     Jean­??Baptiste Joinet
     Hermann Haeusler
     Bruno Lopes
     Alexandre Rademaker

School Main Topics

     Linear logic
     Geometry of interaction

Financial help for participants

A limited number of modest travel grants will be available for participants who would not otherwise
have resources to attend ProofTheory2012, and whose attendance would benefit both the applicant 
and the event.

Applicants should note that a grant is limited, and that costs in excess of the grant will not be 

Grants will be awarded based on the grant committee's assessment of the applicant's genuine 
financial need, the potential benefit to the applicant's education and research, and the potential 
benefit to ProofTheory2012.

Applications: should explain briefly (limited to 2000 characters)

     the current status of the applicant
     the kind of participation of the applicant in the school
     a breakdown of the estimated amount needed

Applications should be send by July, 15th to the following email address . The following should also be sent with the application:

     a letter of the PhD supervisor (for students)
     a letter of recommendation (for researchers without position)