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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

UCLA Logic Center Summer School, 24 Jun - 14 Jul 2012, Los Angeles CA (U.S.A.),


Dear Colleague,

The UCLA Logic Center is organizing a summer school for undergraduates. 
The goal of the school is to introduce future mathematicians to methods and central results from 
mathematical logic. Courses are _very_ intensive, designed to assume little if any prior experience
with logic, yet reach highly advanced, graduate level material, within three weeks.

I'm writing to ask for your help advertising the school and attracting extra bright undergraduates. 
Please encourage any suitable students that you know to apply.

Further information is available on the summer school webpage, 
http://www.math.ucla.edu/~ineeman/Summer-school/ .

Questions about the summer school can be directed to logicschool@math.ucla.edu

Many thanks for your help,
Itay.