[loginf] CFP (2nd): Advances in Modal Logic 2004

Renate Schmidt schmidt at cs.man.ac.uk
Mon Jan 5 17:18:59 CET 2004

[Apologies for multiple copies]


		   Advances in Modal Logic 
	       September 9-11, 2004, Manchester

DEADLINE: April 15, 2004

Advances in Modal Logic is an initiative aimed at presenting
an up-to-date picture of the state of the art in modal logic
and its many applications. The initiative consists of a
conference series together with volumes based on the

AiML-2004 is the fifth conference organized as part of
this initiative. It will be held September 9-11, 2004 in 
Manchester, UK.

Topics of interest include: 
 o complexity and decidability of modal and temporal logics, 
 o deontic logic, 
 o description logics, 
 o dynamic logic, 
 o epistemic logic, 
 o modal logics of space, 
 o modal logic and game theory, 
 o modal logic and grammar formalisms, 
 o modal and temporal logic programming and theorem proving, 
 o model theory and proof theory of modal logics,
 o computational aspects of modal logics, 
 o correspondence theory, duality theory, 
 o representation of time in natural language semantics, 
 o non-monotonic modal logics,
 o modal logics for agent-based systems,
 o modal logic in Computer Science and AI, 
 o provability logic,  
 o mathematics of modal logic, 
 o philosophy of modal logic.

Papers on related subjects will also be considered.

During the conference there will be a special session on 
 o Modal Logics for Knowledge and Action.

Invited speakers include:

 o Philippe Balbiani (Toulouse, France)
 o Keith Devlin (Stanford, USA) 
 o Valentin Goranko (Johannesburg, Rep. South Africa)
 o Wiebe van der Hoek (Liverpool, UK)
 o Maarten Marx (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
 o Robert Stalnaker (MIT, USA)

Authors are invited to submit a detailed abstract of a full
paper of at most 10 pages (a4paper, 11pt).  The cover page
should include title, names of authors, the co-ordinates of
the corresponding author, and some keywords describing the
topic of the paper.  To be considered, submissions must be
received no later than April 15, 2004. Detailed instructions
for electronic submission will appear on the conference web
site (see below) in mid March 2004.

Note that at least one author of each accepted paper is
required to register for and attend the conference to present
the paper. (Otherwise there is a risk of not being invited to
the formal proceedings volume.)

Preliminary versions of the full papers will be made
available at the meeting. Authors will be invited to submit 
a full version, which will again be refereed. The selected 
papers will be included in the formal proceedings to be 
published by King's College Publications.  Notification 
date for the conference is June 15, 2004; for the formal 
proceedings it is December 1, 2004.

Patrick Blackburn (Nancy, France)
Alexander Chagrov (Tver, Russia)
Vincent Hendricks (Roskilde, Denmark)
Ian Pratt-Hartmann (Manchester, UK)
Mark Reynolds (Perth, Australia)
Maarten de Rijke (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Ulrike Sattler (Manchester, UK)
Holger Schlingloff (Berlin, Germany)
Renate Schmidt (Manchester, UK)
Nobu-Yuki Suzuki (Shizuoka, Japan)
Heinrich Wansing (Dresden, Germany)
Frank Wolter (Liverpool, UK)
Michael Zakharyaschev (London, UK)
Mark Reynolds
Murdoch University, Perth, Australia
e-mail: m.reynolds at murdoch.edu.au

Heinrich Wansing 
Dresden University of Technology, Germany
e-mail: wansing at rcs.urz.tu-dresden.de

Renate Schmidt (schmidt at cs.man.ac.uk), 
University of Manchester, UK
Ian Pratt-Hartmann (ipratt at cs.man.ac.uk), 
University of Manchester, UK

Submission deadline: April 15, 2004
Acceptance notification: June 15, 2004
Conference: September 9-11, 2004
Preliminary versions for conference due: July 15, 2004
Notification of acceptance for full papers: December 1, 2004

Information about AiML-2004 can be obtained at

E-mail enquiries about AiML-2004 should be directed to
the local organizers or the program co-chairs.

Information about AiML can be obtained at

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