AISB convention 2017

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Connection Science

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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: IERTNiL: Indo-European Research Training Network in Logic,

I E R T N i L
     Indo-European Research
     Training Network in Logic

    The Institute of Mathematical Sciences (Chennai, India), the Fakultaet fuer 
Mathematik, Informatik und Naturwissenschaften of the Universitaet Hamburg 
(Hamburg, Germany) and the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation of the 
Universiteit van Amsterdam (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) have started a research 
training network in logic with the name IERTNiL.

    IERTNiL will fund visits of Indian students and researchers in Europe and 
visits of European students and researchers in India, as well as workshops 
coorganized by Indian and European researchers. The funds of IERTNiL are modest 
(about 3000 EUR = 2.5 lakh INR per deadline) and are open to all researchers in 
logic from India and Europe independent of their affiliations. We expect to 
fund three to six applications with amounts between 500 and 1500 EUR.

    The first deadline for applications is

        Sunday, 1 December 2013.

 We are accepting applications for Research Visits, Training Visits, Training 
Courses and Workshops. For more details on the application process, please 
check our website at

 Steering Committee: Mohua Banerjee (Kanpur, India), Benedikt Loewe (Hamburg, 
Germany & Amsterdam, The Netherlands), R. Ramanujam (Chennai, India), and 
Rineke Verbrugge (Groningen, The Netherlands).