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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Algebra and Logic, 2 May 2013, Berne, SWITZERLAND

The Swiss Graduate Society of Logic and Philosophy of Science (SGSLPS) 
organises a one-day conference on ALGEBRA AND LOGIC on May 2 in Bern 

Modern logic emerged in the mid-19th century century with the work of 
Boole and De Morgan. Since then, Algebra has played a very important role 
in the study of Logic. This one-day conference aims to provide a wide 
audience with an overview of contemporary algebraic methods in Logic.

Invited Speakers:
Prof. Dr. George Metcalfe (University of Bern)
Dr. Daniela Petri?an (University of Leicester)
Dr. Leonardo M Cabrer (University of Oxford)

Please find a full program on All are welcome!

The SGSLPS is a swiss association of advanced undergraduate and graduate 
students concerned with logic and/or philosophy of science. Its aim is to 
promote logic among young scientists of a wide range of disciplines 
including, but not restricted to, mathematics, philosophy and computer 
science. It presents high level introductory events on chosen topics from 
the field of logic to all those with an interest in this domain. See

For the SGSLPS,

Kevin Fournier (Lausanne), Yann Pequignot (Lausanne), Dandolo Flumini 
(Bern) and Marion Haemmerli (Lausanne)