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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Proof Theory in Lisbon, 19 July 2013, Lisbon, PORTUGAL

http://www.ciul.ul.pt/~ferferr/ProofTheoryinLisbon.htm

Proof Theory in Lisbon: a one-day workshop

Just before the Logic Colloquium 2013 (vora, Portugal) there will be a 
one-day workshop in Proof Theory in Lisbon. The main event of the workhop 
is a three-part lecture by Jean-Louis Krivine on his classical 
realizability of set theory, with new proofs of relative consistency 
results. Please have a look at

http://www.ciul.ul.pt/~ferferr/ProofTheoryinLisbon.htm

for information. The workshop includes the following participants: 
Jean-Louis Krivine, Ulrich Kohlenbach, Fernando Ferreira, Jaime Gaspar, 
Ali Enayat, Benno ven den Berg, Gilda Ferreira, Daniel Durante and 
Alexander Kreuzer.

Fernando Ferreira and Jaime Gaspar