Special session at EUSFLAT Conference

The 11th Conference of the European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technology will be held in Prague, on September 9-13, 2019. There will be a special session on Mathematical Fuzzy logic, please check the web site of the conference for further details. The deadline for submissions is February 1, 2019.


FSTA conference will take place in Liptovský Ján, Slovak Republic  from January 28 to February 2, 2018.

The abstract submission deadline has been prolongated:  the new submission deadline is  November 05, 2017.

For information concerning the abstract formatting and submission, students  awards and more, check please our homepage:


First Sysmics workshop

The first workshop within the project SYSMICS was held at the campus of the University of Salerno (Italy) from the 5th to the 8th of September 2017. The workshop involved 26 researchers, both coming form external and partner universities.

The scientific programme of the workshop focused on the interactions between non-classical logic and geometry, especially from the point of view of duality theory (see WP8: Dualities). In addition to the standard presentations, the workshop also featured two guided discussions. Both were very successful and stimulated further collaborations.

Further information can be found at the workshop website: http://logica.dmi.unisa.it/sysmics/geononlogic.

New web page

The new web page of the mathematical fuzzy logic working group is online!

Please check the latest news, the conference announcements and the calendar.

Prague Gathering of Logicians


January 25–27, 2018
Villa Lanna, Prague

organized by
Institute of Computer Science, Czech Academy of Sciences
Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences

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Sysmics meeting

SYSMICS workshop on the geometric aspects of non classical logic, via dualities 

Salerno, 5-8 September 2017

This workshop aims at connecting researchers that work on geometry and non-classical logic with the goal of facilitating the cross-fertilization of these fields of research. “Geometry and non classical logics” is supported by the MSCA-RISE project SYSMICS, which has as core objective the creation of a network of collaborations between experts with diverse knowledge to investigate logics in a cohesive fashion.