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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Logic Colloquium 2013, 22-27 July 2013, Evora, PORTUGAL

The University of vora is spread all over the historic city center of 
vora, one of Portugal's most beautifully preserved medieval towns, which 
was declared World Heritage by the UNESCO in 1986. The University offers 
its main building, Colgio Espirito Santo, dated from 1559, as the venue 
of the Logic Colloquium 2013. Colgio Espirito Santo contains about 10 
spacious classrooms beautifully decorated by local marble and 18th-century 
tiles, suitable for parallel sessions, and two cloisters and a huge 
refectory for coffee-breaks and the conference reception cocktail. The 
modern auditorium next to the main entrance offers room for 350 persons to 
attend the plenary sessions. Both the auditorium and the historic 
classrooms are equipped with up-to-date audiovisual equipment and WiFi.

Program committee:

 Matthias Baaz (Vienna - proof theory)
 Michael Benedikt (Oxford - computer science)
 Mrio Edmundo (Lisbon - model theory - organizing committee)
 Sakae Fuchino (Kobe - set theory)
 Valentina Harizanov (Washington DC, computability)
 Paolo Mancosu (Berkeley - philosophy)
 Katrin Tent (Muenster - model theory)
 Boban Velickovic (Paris - set theory - chair)

Special sessions organizers:

[Not available yet, further details later]

Local organizing committee:

 Sandra Alves (Univ. Porto and LIACC)
 Imme van den Berg (Univ. vora and CIME)
 Mrio Edmundo (Univ. Aberta and CMAF - chair)
 Fernando Ferreira (Univ. Lisboa and CMAF)
 Daniel Graa (Univ. Algarve and SQIG IT)
 Marcello Mamino (CMAF)
 Manuel Martins (Univ. Aveiro and CIDM)
 Lu?s Pinto (Univ. Minho and CMAT) [to be confirmed]
 Pedro Quaresma (Univ. Coimbra and CISUC)
 Joo Rasga (IST and SQIG IT)