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AISB event Bulletin Item

2nd CALL FOR PAPERS: "Language, Logic and Computation", 26--30 September 2011, GEORGIA (RUSSIA)

Kutaisi, Georgia


The Ninth International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation will be held on 26 -- 30 September 2011 in Kutaisi, Georgia. The Programme Committee invites submissions for contributions to on all aspects of language, logic and computation. Work of an interdisciplinary nature is particularly welcome. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

     * Natural language syntax, semantics, and pragmatics
     * Constructive, modal and algebraic logic
     * Linguistic typology and semantic universals
     * Logics for artificial intelligence
     * Information retrieval, query answer systems
     * Logic, games, and formal pragmatics
     * Language evolution and learnability
     * Computational social choice
     * Historical linguistics, history of logic
     * Algorithmic game theory
     * Formal models of multiagent systems

Authors can submit an anonymous abstract of two pages (800 words) at the EasyChair conference system here:


The programme will at least include the following invited speakers for the lectures and tutorials.

Enzo Marra		Logic
Ulle Endriss		Computation
Daniel Hole		Language

Invited Lectures:
Alexandru Baltag	Logic
Agi Kurucz		Logic
Prakash Panangaden   	Computation
Nikolaj Bjorner 	Computation
Vangelis Paschos 	Computation
Bart Geurts		Language

There will be a special session on Frames chaired by Sebastian Loebner and a special session on Logic, Information, and Agency chaired by Alexandru Baltag & Sonja Smets.


A selection of accepted submissions will be published after a second review in the LNAI series of Springer.


Submission deadline:		May 1, 2011
Notification of acceptance:	July 1, 2011
Final abstracts due:		August 1, 2011
Registration deadline:		September 1, 2011
Symposium:			September 26-30, 2011

Programme and submission details can be found at: