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There are many individual events at the GLC interface, as well as some more established conferences. In The Netherlands, there has been a long-standing local tradition: The GLLC's workshops.
GLLC14, October 3, 2006, Amsterdam, NL.
GLLC 12, June 14, 2006, Amsterdam, NL.
GLLC 11, September 19, 2005, Amsterdam, NL.
GLLC 10, March 21, 2005, Tilburg, NL.
GLLC 9 , December 6, 2004, Amsterdam, NL.
GLLC 8 , September 5, 2003, Groningen, NL.
GLLC 7, November 28, 2002, Amsterdam, NL.
GLLC 6 , June 20, 2002, Utrecht, NL.
GLLC 5 , December 12, 2001, Amsterdam, NL.
GLLC 4 , November 21, 2000, Groningen, NL.
GLLC 3 , October 26, 2000, Nunspeet, NL.
GLLC 2, June 23, 2000, Amsterdam, NL.
GLLC/ILLC Workshop on Logic and Games , November 19-20, 1999, Amsterdam, NL.
Besides the GLLC workshops, other events relevant to our theme are listed below:
7th Augustus de Morgan Workshop: Interactive Logic, November 4-7, 2005, King's College, London.
Logic--Connecting Stanford and ILLC: Update Modelling Seminar, September 20, 2005, Amsterdam.
Workshop: Interfacing Probabilistic and Epistemic Update, September 7, 2005, Amsterdam.
The Dynamics of Reasons, December 11, 2004, Amsterdam.
The Week of Intensive Technical Seminars, December, 2004, Amsterdam.
Among international venues, we mention:
We are also happy to post individual events if they seem particularly relevant to our theme as well - though we cannot promise a complete worldwide agenda. Here are a few:
ESSLLI Workshop: Belief Revision and Dynamic Logic, August 15-19, 2005. Edinburgh.
Logic, Games and Philosophy: Foundational Perspectives,September 28-October 1, 2004. Prague, Czech Republic.
Logic and Communication in Multi-Agent Systems (LCMAS),August 16-20, 2004. Nancy, France.
Knowledge and Games (KAG),July 10-11 2004. Liverpool, England.
Maintained by F. Liu, 7 October 2006.