14. January 2021
In the city of Kurt Gödel, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and the Vienna Circle, mathematical logic and its application to the sciences have a long and rich tradition.
The Vienna Center for Logic and Algorithms at Vienna University of Technology (VCLA at TU Wien) represents six research groups building on the aforementioned work in a wide range of disciplines, including computer science, mathematics, artificial intelligence, philosophy, linguistics, and many more.
Ambassadors of logic
The following renowned scientists have provided us with short statements on the rationale for the celebration of the World Logic Day 2021.
All you need is logic
All you need is logic
All you need is logic, logic
Logic is all you need!
Vienna Logic Day Lecture
The first Vienna Logic Day Lecture at VCLA is an free online event which offers the possibility to participate from all over the world.
Date: January 14, 2021
Time: 8am PST | 11am EST | 1pm GMT-3 | 5pm CET (Vienna)
We are very excited to announce the speaker of the 1st Vienna Logic Day Lecture 2021:
Title: Knowledge Processing, Logic, and the Future of AI
LOGIC events around the world
List of events celebrating World Logic Day 2021 on 14 January 2021.*
*The events which take place outside the designated day (Jan 14) will be featured with their date instead of the time.
**Events are taking place virtually.
Peru – Peruvian Society for Epistemology and Logic: Luis F. B. Alegre
Spain – Group for logic, language and information at U. Sevilla: Cristina B. Gómez
Croatia – Croatian Logic Association: Srećko Kovač
Russia – Sobolev Institute of Mathematics: Nikolay Bazhenov and Manat Mustafa
Kazakhstan – Nazarbayev University: Nikolay Bazhenov and Manat Mustafa
Italy – Italian Association for Logic and Applications, SILFS, EATCS: Silvio Ghilardi
Austria – Central European University: Hanoch Ben-Yami
Austria – TU Wien: Agata Ciabattoni, Stefan Szeider
Italy – SILFS, ALOPHIS, U. OF CAGLIARI: Francesco Paoli, Giuntini Roberto
Germany – University of Konstanz: Deborah Kant, Deniz Sarikaya
USA – Rice University: Moshe Vardi
Mexico: Gabrielle R. García (UNAM), María R. M.Ordaz (UFRJ), Cristian A. G. Ramirez (UNAM)
Germany – FernUniversität in Hagen: Claudia Anger, Jens Lemanski
Poland – Adam Mickiewicz University & U. of Lodz: Dorota Leszczyńska-Jasion
Germany – Universität Hamburg: Deniz Sarikaya
United Kingdom – Imperial College London: Alessandra Russo, Mark Law
Switzerland – ETH Zürich: Jose Perez Escobar, Deniz Sarikaya
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