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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: Computer-aided mathematical proof, 10-14 July 2017, Cambridge, ENGLAND

https://www.newton.ac.uk/event/bprw01

Applications are invited, closing date 8 April, to take part in a workshop 
on Computer-aided Mathematical Proof, part of the ?Big proof? programme at 
the Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge.

Speakers include: Steve Awodey, Jasmin Blanchette, Leo De Moura, Stephanie 
Dick, Martin Escardo, Jacques Fleuriot, Georges Gonthier, Tom Hales, 
Marjin Heule, Patrick Ion, Mateja Jamnik, Michael Kohlhase, Ekaterina 
Komendantskaya, Dan Licata, Peter Lumsdaine, Assia Mahboubi, Ursula 
Martin, Tobias Nipkow, Grant Passmore, Larry Paulson, Alison Pease, Floris 
van Doorn and Vladimir Voevodsky

For more details and to apply see

https://www.newton.ac.uk/event/bprw01

This event is part of the activities for the programme on Big proof (26 
June -- 4 August 2017) organised by Jeremy Avigad, Georges Gonthier, 
Ursula Martin, J Strother Moore, Larry Paulson, Andrew Pitts and Natarajan 
Shankar.  The workshop brings together mathematicians interested in 
employing proof technology in their research, logicians exploring 
pragmatic and foundational issues in the formalisation of mathematics, and 
computer scientists engaged in developing and applying proof technology. 
It will explore foundational, theoretical, and practical challenges in 
exploiting proof technology to transform mathematical practice across a 
range of scientific and engineering disciplines.