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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: 17th Conference on Applications of Logic in Philosophy and the Foundations of Mathematics, 7-11 May 2012, Szklarska Poreba, POLAND

http://www.klmn.uni.wroc.pl/conference.html


We are pleased to announce that the Seventeenth Conference Applications of Logic in Philosophy and 
Foundations of Mathematics will be held in Szklarska Por?ba from May 7 to May 11 2012. 
Traditionally, the organizers of the conference are Chair of Logic, Wroc?aw University, Institute 
of Mathematics and Informatics, Opole University and Institute of Mathematics, University of 
Silesia. The event is being held under the patronage of Polish Association for Logic and Philosophy
of Science.

The leading theme of the current issue of the conference is Part-Whole Theory. It is a pleasure 
to announce that the list of the invited speakers of our conference includes Thomas Mormann, 
University of Basque Country, Marek Rosiak, University of ?d?, Peter Simons, Trinity College 
Dublin., Toshiharu Waragai, Tokyo Institute of Technology.

The conference venue is situated in the Sudety Mountains on the Polish-Czech border at Olimp Hotel 
in Szklarska Por?ba. The cost of accommodation (including meals) is from 634 PLN in a double room 
to 714 PLN in a single room. The conference fee is 150 PLN. For the payment details, please, visit 
the conference website http://www.klmn.uni.wroc.pl/conference.html. For registration and the hotel 
reservation, please fill out the registration form on the conference website. The deadline for 
registration and the hotel reservation is April 20, 2012.

We encourage everyone interested in logic, and part-whole theory in particular, to participate in 
our event. Contributions concerning the leading theme of the conference and other topics in logic, 
logical philosophy, foundations of mathematics and related areas are welcome. The abstracts of 
30-40 minutes talks, not extending one page, should be submitted via the registration form on the 
conference website. The deadline for submissions is April 13, 2012.

For additional information, please, contact the organizers, Marcin Selinger marcisel@uni.wroc.pl 
or Tomasz Po?acik polacik@math.us.edu.pl.

We are looking forward to seeing you at the conference,


Janusz Czelakowski, Opole University
Tomasz Po?acik, University of Silesia
Marcin Selinger, Wroc?aw University