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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Indian School on Logic and Applications, 9-20 Jan 2012, INDIA


Manipal (India)

The Association for Logic in India (ALI) announces a two-week winter school on logic and applications,
ISLA 2012, at Manipal University during January 9-20, 2012. Graduate students with a background in 
logic and an interest in research are welcome to apply. Active researchers and teachers of the 
subject may apply as well. Please see the school webpage http://ali.cmi.ac.in/isla2012/ for details
regarding courses and workshops.

Online registration to ISLA 2012 is now open. The deadline for receiving applications is December 
15, 2011. Selected participants will be notified by December 16. Upon being selected, you have to 
ensure that you obtain the necessary leave from your organization to attend the school.

There are no registration fees for the school for academic participants. 
Breakfast and lunch will be covered by the school. Shared accommodation at Manipal University will 
be provided on request. Participants will have to pay around Rs 1200 (one person in twin-sharing 
room) or Rs 3000 (one person in shared apartment) for accommodation for the two weeks.

For Indian participants, 2nd class sleeper fare by the shortest route may be provided on request.

Prof. Kamal Lodaya (IMSc) is in charge of registrations. For any clarifications, contact him here: 
kamal AT imsc DOT res DOT in.

Sundar Sarukkai, Manipal University
S P Suresh, Chennai Mathematical Institute (Co-chairs, ISLA 2012)