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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: "Norms, Logic and Dependence", Utrecht (The Netherlands), 18 October 2011, NETHERLANDS

http://people.cs.uu.nl/paolo/NGD/ [http://people.cs.uu.nl/paolo/NGD/

ICS-SIKS SYMPOSIUM ON "NORMS, LOGIC AND DEPENDENCE" Utrecht, The Netherlands

SPEAKERS:

- dr. Paolo Turrini (computer science, University of Luxembourg)
title: "Strategic Reasoning in Interdependence"

- dr. Eric Pacuit (philosophy, University of Maryland)
title: "Logics of evidence-based beliefs and their dynamics"
(Joint work with Johan van Benthem)

- dr. Rosja Mastop (philosophy, Universiteit Utrecht)
title: "From collective to individual responsibility: the problem of many hands"

- prof. Marek Sergot (computer science, Imperial College London)
title: "Some remarks on deliberative and unwitting stit"

- prof. Leon van der Torre (computer science, University of Luxembourg)
title: "Reasoning for agreement technologies"

Participation is free and includes lunch and coffee and tea breaks. 
However, we ask you to register in advance. Please register ultimately October 14th by sending an 
email toJ.M.Broersen@uu.nl [mailto:J.M.Broersen@uu.nl] The symposium is organized in cooperation 
with SIKS (Dutch Research School for Information and Knowledge Systems). The symposium is a SIKS 
masterclass and, as such, it is part of the Advanced Components Stage of SIKS' educational program.
Therefore, SIKS-phd-students are strongly encouraged to participate. VENUE:

Boothzaal, Universiteitsbibliotheek Utrecht, Heidelberglaan 3, De Uithof. 
Seewww.uu.nl/bibliotheek [http://www.uu.nl/bibliotheek]

ORGANISERS:
- Jan Broersen ( J.M.Broersen@uu.nl [mailto:J.M.Broersen@uu.nl] ),
- John-Jules Meyer ( jj@cs.uu.nl [mailto:jj@cs.uu.nl] ),

SPONSORS:
- Department of Information and Computing Sciences, Universiteit Utrecht
- SIKS (Dutch Research School of Information and Knowledge Systems),
- JURIX (Dutch Foundation for Legal Knowledge and Information Systems)
- (more to be acknowledged)