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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: Workshop on Relevant Logic, March/April 2013, Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL


http://www.uni-log.org/unilog4.html

Dear Logicians,

   Ed Mares and I are organizing a Relevant Logic Workshop to be held as part of the Universal 
Logic 4 conference, which is to be held at Rio de Janiero, Brazil, during March-April, 2013.

Professor Michael Dunn of Indiana University is to give an invited address, as part of this 
workshop. [I will also be presenting a paper to it.]

The conference details can be obtained from the site: 
http://www.uni-log.org/unilog4.html

If you would like to present a paper to the Relevant Logic Workshop, you would be very welcome. 
Abstracts will be due with Ed Mares or myself by 1st November, 2012.

Please pass this message on to anyone who you know that might be interested. I apologize to anyone 
whom I might have missed.

All the best,
Ross.