Autumn school "Proof and Computation", 20th to 26nd September 2019

An international autumn school "Proof and Computation" will be held from 20th to 26th September 2019 at Haus der bayerischen Landwirtschaft in Herrsching near Munich. Its aim is to bring together young researchers in the field of Foundations of Mathematics, Computer Science and Philosophy. Previous autumn schools in this series were PC18 in Fischbachau (Aurachhof), PC17 in Herrsching, PC16.

Scope

Courses

Schedule

             Friday    Saturday   Sunday    Monday     Tuesday   Wednesday

09:00-09:50            Ingo B.              Freund     Coquand   Kawai
09:50-10:30            *Coffee*             *Coffee*   *Coffee*  *Coffee*  
10:30-11:20            Kawai                LarcheyW   Centrone  TBA  
11:30-12:20            LarcheyW             TBA        Ingo B.   Centrone

15:00-15:50  Mainzer   TBA                  Ingo B.    Kawai     Coquand
15:50-16:30  *Coffee*  *Coffee*   *Coffee*  *Coffee*   *Coffee*  *Coffee*  
16:30-17:20  Coquand   Freund     Centrone  Groups     Groups    Groups
17:30-18:20  LarcheyW  Groups     Freund    Groups     Groups    Groups

Working groups

There will be an opportunity to form ad-hoc groups working on specific projects, but also to discuss in more general terms the vision of constructing correct programs from proofs.

How to get there

The default arrival time is Friday noon, and departure time Thusday after breakfast. There are frequent suburban trains (line S8) from airport and downtown Munich to Herrsching. From the train station in Herrsching it is an easy walk to the workshop site; see its website for directions.

Applications

Graduate or PhD students and young postdoctoral researches are invited to apply. Applications must be accompanied by a letter of recommendation, preferably from the thesis adviser, and should be sent to Chuangjie Xu (xu@math.lmu.de). Deadline for applications: 31st May 2019. Applicants will be notified by 28th June 2019.

Financial support

The workshop is supported by the Udo Keller Stiftung (Hamburg), the CID (Computing with Infinite Data) programme of the European Commission and a JSPS core-to-core project. Successful applicants will be offered full-board accommodation for the days of the autumn school. There are no funds, however, to reimburse travel or further expenses, which successful applicants will have to cover otherwise.

Klaus Mainzer
Peter Schuster
Helmut Schwichtenberg

Last change: 22. February 2019