[DL] CfP: Advances in Modal Logic (AiML) 2006

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                    FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

                   Advances in Modal Logic
           25-28 September 2006, Noosa (Queensland, Australia)

DEADLINE: 27 March 2006

Advances in Modal Logic is an initiative aimed at presenting
an up-to-date picture of the state of the art in modal logic
and its many applications. The initiative consists of a
conference series together with volumes based on the conferences.

AiML-2006 is the sixth conference in the series.

We invite submission on all aspects of modal logics, including
the following:

>  applications of modal logic
>  computational aspects of modal logics
    o complexity and decidability of modal and temporal logics
    o modal and temporal logic programming
    o model checking
    o theorem proving for modal logics
>  history of modal logic
>  philosophy of modal logic
>  specific instances of modal logic
    o description logics
    o dynamic logics and other process logics
    o epistemic and deontic logics
    o modal logics for agent-based systems
    o modal logic and game theory
    o modal logic and grammar formalisms
    o provability and interpretability logics
    o spatial and temporal logics
>  theoretical aspects of modal logic
    o algebraic and coalgebraic perspective on modal logic
    o completeness and canonicity
    o correspondence and duality theory
    o many-dimensional modal logics
    o modal fixed point logics
    o model theory of modal logic
    o proof theory of modal logic
>  variations of modal logic
    o hybrid logic
    o intuitionistic logic
    o monotonic modal logic
    o substructural logic

Papers on related subjects will also be considered.

Invited speakers will include:

  o Renate Schmidt (Manchester, UK)
  o Valentin Shehtman (Moscow, Russia)
  o Igor Walukiewicz (Bordeaux, France)
  o Alberto Zanardo (Padua, Italy)

The Proceedings of AiML 2006 will be published by College Publications
In a change from previous AiMLs, the proceedings will be made available
at the meeting.  Authors are invited to submit a full paper (not just an
abstract) of at most 15 pages plus optionally a technical appendix of up
to 5 pages, together with a plain-text abstract of say 100-200 words.
To be considered, submissions must be received no later than 27 March 2006.
Papers must be submitted as .ps or .pdf files. The first page should
include title, names of authors, the co-ordinates of the corresponding
author, and some keywords describing the topic of the paper. More precise
details will be available at www.itee.uq.edu.au/~aiml06/

To appear in the proceedings, papers must be prepared in LaTeX using the
style files to be provided at www.itee.uq.edu.au/~aiml06/. At least one
author of each accepted paper must register for and attend the conference
to present the paper.

Alessandro Artale     (Free University of Bolzano, Italy)
Alexandru Baltag      (University of Oxford, UK)
Guram Bezhanishvili   (New Mexico State University, USA)
Julian Bradfield      (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Melvin Fitting        (City University of New York, USA)
Guido Governatori     (University of Queensland, Australia)
Silvio Ghilardi       (University of Milano, Italy)
Rob Goldblatt         (Victoria University Wellington, New Zealand)
Valentin Goranko      (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa)
Rajeev Gore           (Australian National University, Australia)
Ramon Jansana         (University of Barcelona, Spain)
Alexander Kurz        (University of Leicester, UK)
Carsten Lutz          (Dresden University of Technology, Germany)
Maarten Marx          (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Martin Otto           (Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany)
Graham Priest         (University of Melbourne, Australia)
Mark Reynolds         (University of Western Australia, Australia)
Ildiko Sain           (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary)
Renate Schmidt        (University of Manchester, UK)
Jerry Seligman        (University of Auckland, New Zealand)
Nobu-Yuki Suzuki      (Shizuoka University, Japan)
Heinrich Wansing      (Dresden University of Technology, Germany)
Frank Wolter          (University of Liverpool, UK)
Michael Zakharyaschev (Birkbeck College, London, UK)

Ian Hodkinson
Imperial College London
imh at doc.ic.ac.uk

Yde Venema
University of Amsterdam
yde at science.uva.nl

Guido Governatori
School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering
The University of Queensland
guido at itee.uq.edu.au

Submission deadline: 27 March 2006
Acceptance notification: 26 May 2006
Final version for conference due: 30 June 2006
Conference: 25-28 September 2006

Advances in Modal Logic 2006 will be held at Australis Noosa Lakes
Conference Centre located at Noosaville, Noosa, Sunshine Coast,

The Sunshine Coast's white surf beaches stretch for about forty miles,
broken only by an occasional headland or the clear water of a river
estuary. Coastal townships like Caloundra, Mooloolaba, Maroochydore,
Coolum and Noosa are synonymous with the traditional Australian beach
vacation.  In the green, subtropical hills behind the Sunshine Coast,
among the pineapple and sugar cane farms, are country hamlets. Old
pubs serve excellent counter lunches on open verandas that overlook
green valleys. Painters, potters and other artisans are drawn here by
the tranquillity, the easy pace and the natural beauty.

Noosa and Noosa National Park are legendary in Australia. The
protected cove beach virtually guarantees perfect surf year round and
the stroll around the headland through the National Park rewards you
with spectacular seascapes. Hastings Street, the hub of Noosa, is a
mecca for designer label shoppers and discerning diners.

For more details, see http://www.tourismnoosa.com.au/

Information about AiML-2006 can be obtained at

E-mail enquiries about AiML-2006 should be directed to the local
organizers or the program co-chairs.

Information about AiML can be obtained at

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