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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: "Logic, Information and Agency", 26-30 Sep 2011, RUSSIA

Special Session, Part of the Ninth International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation, Kutaisi, Georgia

We ask for submissions applying formal logical methods in a broad sense (including non-classical 
and modal logics, epistemic game theory, algebraic and categorical logic, probabilistic approaches
etc) to reasoning about information and agency. Topics of interest include:
  *  Modal Logics for Agency
  *  Reasoning about higher-order knowledge or beliefs in Multi-agent Systems
  *  Logics for Information Updates (learning, belief revision, theory
     change, conditioning etc.)
  *  Logical approaches to strategies, preferences and rationality in
     Epistemic Game Theory
  *  Logics for reasoning about protocols, planning and intentions.
Invited Workshop Speakers:
Dietmar Berwanger, LSV Cachan
Jan van Eijck, CWI Amsterdam
Valentin Goranko (t.b.c.), Technical University of Denmark Emiliano Lorini, Universit Paul 
Sabatier Toulouse Alessandra Palmigiano, University of Amsterdam

Call for Contributed Workshop Talks: Please submit your abstract (max. 2
pages) by 15 June 2011 via the conference' easychair system where you can select the category 
"Special session on Logic, Information, and Agency":

Registration: All participants registered via the main conference site can attend the workshop, see:

Workshop Organizers: Alexandru Baltag (Amsterdam) and Sonja Smets

Important Dates:
Workshop Submission deadline: 15 June 2011 
Workshop Notification of the acceptance: 15 July 2011 
Final abstracts due: 1 August 2011 
Early Registration deadline: 15 August 2011