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- January 6-7, 2023 ASL Winter Meeting (with JMM)
- March 25-29, 2023 ASL North American Annual Meeting
- April 5-8, 2023 ASL Winter Meeting (with APA)
- June 5-9, 2023 2023 European Summer Meeting (Logic Colloquium)
January 6-7, 2023: ASL Winter Meeting (with JMM)
Boston, MA, USA: As usual, the ASL Winter Meeting will be held as part of the Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM), which is scheduled as an in-person meeting on January 4–7, 2023 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, MA.
For the Winter Meeting, the confirmed invited speakers include J. Avigad, P. Cholak, F. Jahnke, S. Müller, L. Scow, A. Shani, and E. Walsberg. The first annual ASL tutorial at the JMM will be given by S. Anscombe (Paris Cité).
The Program Committee for the ASL-JMM meeting consists of D. Bartošová, K. Eisenträger, J. Freitag (chair), and P. Hieronymi.
The JMM is now organized primarily by the American Mathematical Society. The AMS has enlisted a number of partner organizations, including the ASL, to provide mathematical content and social events at the JMM. In addition to the ASL’s own Winter Meeting on January 6–7, the JMM on January 4–5 will include the ASL Special Session Model-theoretic and “Higher Infinite” Methods in Descriptive Set Theory and Related Areas, organized by A. Kechris, R. Patel, A. Poveda, and A. Shani; the ASL Special Session Tame Geometry and Applications to Analysis, organized by A. Gorman, E. Kaplan, and D. Miller; and the AMS Special Session Definability, Computability, and Model Theory: A Special Session dedicated to Gerald E. Sacks, organized by N. Ackerman, T. Slaman, and C. Freer, as well as the tutorial described above.
Student travel applications for this conference are due on October 6, 2022 and should be sent to Shannon Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contributed abstracts are due by September 13, 2022 and must be submitted directly through the JMM website here: https://meetings.ams.org/math/jmm2023/cfp.cgi.
For more information, see https://www.jointmathematicsmeetings.org//jmm.
March 25-29, 2023: ASL North American Annual Meeting
University of California, Irvine, CA, USA: The Program Committee for this meeting consists of M. Foreman, M. Heule, T. Kouri Kissel, T. McNicholl, and R. Moosa (chair). The members of the Organizing Committee are M. Foreman, I. Goldbring (chair), T. Meadows, K. Wehmeier, and M. Zeman.
Plenary speakers will include T. Ibarlucia, J. Nordstrom, D. Rossegger, R. Schindler, N. Ramsey, M. Eckert, and J. Zapletal with tutorials to be given by N. Dobrinen and M. Sabok.
Special sessions (with organizers): Computability Theory (J. Franklin and M. Harrison-Trainor), Descriptive Dynamics (S. Gao and S. Jackson), Model Theory (O. Beyarslan and A. Chernikov), Proof Complexity Beyond Propositional Logic (O. Beyersdorff and S. de Rezende), Set Theory (G. Goldberg and M. Zeman), and Women in the History of Logic (S. Connell and F. Janssen-Lauret).
The deadline for both contributed talk submissions and student travel applications is December 15, 2022. Contributed talks should be emailed to Shannon Miller at email@example.com. Student travel applications and their accompanying recommendation letters should abide by the rules found here (https://aslonline.org/student-travel-awards/) and should also be emailed to Shannon Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org
The ASL is offering a small number of travel grants of up to $250 each for ASL members who plan to attend the North American Annual Meeting in Irvine with their families. These grants are to be used for childcare and related travel expenses. In order to apply, submit a brief application that includes your status (faculty, postdoc, student, etc.), as well as your role in the conference (i.e. speaker, participant). Also include a short statement about your travel plans and a short description of the child care plan (or possible child care plan), i.e. tell us how you think the funds will be used. Applications should be emailed to Shannon Miller at email@example.com by Friday, January 20, 2023. Questions may also be directed to Shannon Miller at this email address.
More information can be found here: https://sites.uci.edu/asl2023/.
April 5-8, 2023: ASL Winter Meeting (with APA)
San Francisco, CA, USA: The 2023 ASL-APA meeting will be held in conjunction with the Western Division of the American Philosophical Association, at the Westin-St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco.
The Program Committee consists of J. Avigad, P. Mancosu (chair), and R. Zach.
There are two confirmed sessions with speakers: Philosophy of Mathematical Practice with S. De Toffoli (Linköping), P. Ryan (U.C. Berkeley), and D. Schlimm (McGill) and History and Philosophy of Programming Languages with T. Petricek (Charles), B. Pientka (McGill), and G. Primiero (Milan).
The deadline for contributed talk submissions is October 1, 2022 and should be emailed to Shannon Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for student travel award applications is January 5, 2023.
Please see https://www.apaonline.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1256302&group= for more information.
June 5-9, 2023: 2023 European Summer Meeting (Logic Colloquium)
Universitá di Milano, Italy: The 2023 European Summer Meeting (Logic Colloquium) is set to take place June 5-9, 2023 at the Universitá di Milano in Milan, Italy.
Student travel award applications should be sent to Shannon Miller at email@example.com by March 1, 2023.
Contributed talk abstract submissions must be submitted here https://easychair.org/account/signin?l=quPmH5qC9M28fJ79qvtEZK and are due by March 1, 2023.
More information can be found here: https://lc2023.unimi.it/.