Today Swansea is hosting the first virtual WADT, and you are gently invited to participate.
The virtual WADT is part of the 25th International Workshop on Algebraic Development Techniques 2020, which hopefully will still happen as a physical meeting in autumn this year. The algebraic approach to system specification encompasses many aspects of the formal design of software systems. Originally born as a formal method for reasoning about abstract data types, it now covers new specification frameworks and programming paradigms (such as object-oriented, aspect oriented, agent-oriented, logic and higher-order functional programming) as well as a wide range of application areas (including information systems, concurrent, distributed and mobile systems).
The workshop takes place under the auspices of IFIP WG 1.3.
Please see below for the programme.
25th INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON ALGEBRAIC DEVELOPMENT TECHNIQUES 2020
Following the Summer School, we are really proud to host the 2nd Proof Society Workshop. The workshop was an opportunity to listen to a lot of interesting invited and contributed talks on proof theory and various areas of its application:
Adam Wyner: Computational Law – The Case of Autonomous Vehicles Yong Cheng: Exploring the incompleteness phenomenon Matthias Baaz: Towards a Proof Theory for Henkin Quantifiers Sonia Marin: On cut-elimination for non-wellfounded proofs: the case of PDL Gilles Dowek: Logical frameworks, reverse mathematics, and formal proofs translation Benjamin Ralph: What is a combinatorial proof system? William Stirton: Ordinal assignments correlated with notions of reduction Oliver Kullmann: Practical proof theory: practical versions of Extended Resolution Anton Setzer and Ulrich Berger on behalf of Ralph Matthes: Martin Hofmann’s case for non-strictly positive data types – reloaded Laura Crosilla: Philosophy of mathematics and proof theory Takako Nemoto: Recursion Theory in Constructive Mathematics Arno Pauly: Combinatorial principles equivalent to weak induction Antonina Kolokolova: The proof complexity of reasoning over richer domains Joost Joosten: The reduction property revisited Helmut Schwichtenberg: Computational content of proofs
Thanks to all the speaker and participants and we hope to see you all again soon.
Monika Seisenberger (Swansea University) and Lauri Hella (Tampere University, Finland) is chairing the Twenteeth International Workshop on Logic and Computational Complexity (LLC’19), which will be held in Patras, Greece, on July 8, 2019, as part of ICALP.
More information is here:
Logic and Computational Complexity
The Twenteeth International Workshop on Logic and Computational Complexity will be held in Patras, Greece, on July 8, 2019, as part of ICALP.