General Information Talks Preliminary Program Accommodation Past workshops
The aim of PCC is to stimulate research in proof theory, computation, and complexity, focusing on issues which combine logical and computational aspects. Topics may include applications of formal inference systems in computer science, as well as new developments in proof theory motivated by computer science demands. Specific areas of interest are (non-exhaustively listed) foundations for specification and programming languages, logical methods in specification and program development including program extraction from proofs, type theory, new developments in structural proof theory, and implicit computational complexity.
The workshop is held in room B78 of the ExWi-building of the University of Bern, Switzerland. Here is a map.
The workshop fee is 25 CHF, payable in cash at the beginning of the workshop.
If you are not a speaker and want to register, then please send an email to the organisers.Contact: pcc2010.workshop -AT- gmail.com
|9:30||Lev Beklemishev: Provability algebras and scattered topology|
|11:00||Evgenij Dashkov: On positive fragments of polymodal provability logic|
|11:30||Lars Kristiansen: Subrecursive Degrees and Statements Independent of PA|
|12:00||Isabel Oitavem: Monotone schemes within FPSPACE|
|14:30||Agata Ciabattoni: Systematic (and algebraic) proof theory for substructural logics|
|16:00||Roy Dyckhoff: Cut elimination, substitution and normalisation|
|16:30||Richard McKinley: A framework for expressing sequent proofs|
|17:00||Lutz Straßburger: On the p-equivalence of extension and substitution in deep inference|
|19:00||Dinner at Altes Tramdepot|
|10:00||Rosalie Iemhoff: Unification in nonclassical theories|
|11:30||Roman Kuznets: A Note on the Abnormality of Realizations of S4LP|
|12:00||Daniyar Shamkanov: Strong normalization and confluence for reflexive combinatory logic|
|14:30||Nicolas Guenot: Normalisation by Interaction and Computational Interpretations|
|15:00||Tom Gundersen: Breaking Paths in Atomic Flows for Classical Logic|
|16:00||Thomas Piecha: Inversion of Logical Rules by Definitional Reflection|
|16:30||Willem Heijltjes: Proof Nets for Free Sum-Product Categories|
If people are interested and the weather permits, there will be a hike up some mountain.
We'd ask you to take care of your hotel reservations yourselves -- but don't hesitate to contact us if you have questions.
Our standard recommendation is Hotel Metropol for about CHF 125. An alternative is Hotel Arabelle for about CHF 115. If you're on a budget and willing to share a shower then try Hotel National for about CHF 60. All these prices are for single rooms. All these hotels are in less than 15min walking distance to the institute.
Here is a map (with phone numbers).
If you're not happy with the above choices: Bern Tourismus provides a list of hotels and backpackers in Bern.