Logic, Algebra and Truth Degrees
Logic, Algebra and Truth Degrees is the biannual official conference of the MathFuzzLog held in even years.
The fourth Logic, Algebra and Truth Degrees took place in Vienna, Austria, 16 - 19 July 2014, in the context of Vienna Summer of Logic. There were over 75 participants, 6 invited talks, 2 tutorials and 53 accepted contributions.
Programme committee: Matthias Baaz (chair), Arnon Avron, Agata Ciabattoni, Petr Cintula, Nikolaos Galatos, Lluís Godo, Rosalie Iemhoff, Nicola Olivetti, Hiroakira Ono, Kazushige Terui and Richard Zach.
Invited speakers: Silvio Ghilardi, Melvin Fitting, George Metcalfe, Dale Miller, Dana Scott and Alasdair Urquhart.
Tutorials: Franz Baader and Vincenzo Marra.
The third Logic, Algebra and Truth Degrees took place in Kanazawa, Japan, 10 - 14 September 2012. It was dedicated to Hiroakira Ono in the occasion of his 70th birthday. There were 53 participants, 5 invited talks, 1 tutorial and 38 accepted contributions.
Tutorial: Félix Bou.
The second Logic, Algebra and Truth Degrees took place in Prague, Czech Republic, 7 - 11 September 2010. It was dedicated to Petr Hájek in the occasion of his 70th birthday. There were 67 participants, 8 invited talks, 2 tutorials and 35 accepted contributions.
The first conference was celebrated in Siena, Italy on 8 - 11 September 2008. The venue was College Santa Chiara and it was dedicated to Franco Montagna in the occasion of his 60th birthday. There were 65 participants. 8 invited and 29 contributed talks were presented.
Since September 2012, LATD has a steering committee whose members currently are:
- Petr Hájek (honorary chair)
- Matthias Baaz
- Agata Ciabattoni
- Petr Cintula
- Vincenzo Marra
- George Metcalfe
- Carles Noguera
- James Raftery
- Kazushige Terui
Previous member of the steering committe have been:
The tasks of the steering committee are:
- Finding a place, a PC chair and a main organizer for the next LATD; deciding the dates with them.
- Approving the composition of the PC proposed by the PC chair.
- Approving the list of invited speakers and tutorials.
- Advising the PC in any consultation they might have.
- Listening to the community needs and proposals.