Logic Colloquium

COVID-19 update:

March 2020: We’re moving online, forming a Logic Supergroup with the groups from Kansas, Melbourne, UNAM, Buenos Aires, Otago, MCMP—originally these; now many, many more. Please check out the Supergroup’s Official Website for how to sign up for the mailing list, a list of the member groups, the talk schedule, and also the online colloquium schedules of some of the member groups. You can also find the schedule at on our local site here.

Fall 2020

The UConn Logic Group Logic Colloquium will be online in Fall 2020. Please contact Marcus Rossberg for information.

Date Time Speaker Title
11 Sept 11:00 am EDT Sara Uckelman What Problem Did Ladd-Franklin (Think She) Solve(d)?
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2 Oct 1:00 pm EDT Lenore Blum What Can Theoretical Computer Science Contribute to the Discussion of Consciousness?
[Abstract][Video]
9 Oct 11:00 am EDT Sam Sanders Brouwer, Plato, and classification
[Abstract][Slides][Video]
23 Oct 2:00 pm EDT Tyler Markkanen Computing Perfect Matchings in Graphs
[Abstract]
30 Oct 11:00 am EDT Ethan Brauer, Øystein Linnebo, Stewart Shapiro Divergent potentialism: A modal analysis with an application to choice sequences
[Abstract][Video]
13 Nov 11:00 am EST Sandra Villata Intermediate grammaticality
[Abstract][Slides][Video]
4 Dec 2:00 pm EST Nadine Theiler An Epistemic Bridge for Presupposition Projection in Questions
[Abstract]

For previous colloquia, please go here.