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PhDs in Logic XIII

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The abstract submission deadline for PhDs in Logic XIII has been extended until *May 15th, 2022.* We welcome master students, PhDs students, and
early-career researchers to submit a contribution; submissions will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee, and a decision will be communicated
2-3 months before the conference. Please visit our website or contact us through the form or the email available at www.phdsxiii.org.
Maria Aloni
Ivano Ciardelli
Sandra Müller
Greg Restall
Jouko Väänänen
The conference will be held in person in the Campus Luigi Einaudi, University of Turin. We are confident that at the end of the summer the pandemic situation will be under control.
If you are interested, please register as soon as possible, and do not forget to submit your abstract if you want to contribute with a short talk.
We also kindly ask you to share this announcement with all people who might be interested in the event.
April 30th, 2022: Abstract submission for contributed talks
Extended Deadline: May 15th, 2022; Abstract submission for contributed talks.
July 20th, 2022: Registration (If you need a child-care, please let us know by email/contact-form within June 20th, 2022)
Submission of an abstract is through the easychair platform; information and link for submission can be found at the following: https://www.phdsxiii.org/submissions.
The submitted abstract must be in pdf format and it must be ready for blind review, therefore it should not contain any author's information. Abstracts
must be no more than 1000 words long (not including references).
PhD students, master students, and first-year postdocs in logic from disciplines that include, but are not limited to, linguistics, mathematics, and philosophy are invited to submit an extended abstract on their research.
PhDs in Logic is an annual graduate conference organized by graduate students. This interdisciplinary conference welcomes contributions to
various topics in mathematical logic, philosophical logic, logic in computer science and in linguistics. It usually involves tutorials by established researchers as well as short presentations by PhD students, master students and first-year postdocs on their research.