Journées sur les Arithmétiques Faibles
Weak Arithmetics Days
May 28-30 2019, The Graduate Center
City University of New York
Call for Participation
Aim: Weak Arithmetics play a fundamental role in several areas of philosophy, mathematics, and computer science by studying the nature and properties of natural numbers from a logical point of view. The aim of the conference is to provide a forum for researchers to present their results to members of communities who study or apply weak arithmetics in various fields and formalisms.
Previously JAF was held in Lyon (1990), Paris (1990), Clermont (1991), Paris (1991), Clermont (1992), Paris (1992), Clermont (1993, 1994), Fountainbleau (1994), Clermont (1995), Fountainbleau (1995), Paris (1996), Metz(1996), St. Petersburg (1997), Mons (1997), Warsaw (1998), Clermont (1999), New York (1999), Clermont (2000), Fountaibleau (2001), St. Petersburg (2002), Naples (2003), Yerevan (2004), Fountainbleau (2005), Clermont-Ferrand (2006), Sesvilla (2007), Athens (2008), Fountainbleau (2009), Warsaw (2010), Paris (2011), Samos (2012), Athens (2013), Göteborg (2014), New York (2015), Lisbon (2016), Saint Petersburg (2017), and Florence (2018).
Topics: Proofs in arithmetic with restricted system of axioms. Non-standard models of such systems. Decidability, undecidability, and complixity of arithmetical theories. Definability in arithmetic structures. Machines, automata and words related to arithmetic. Finite model theory, word structures.
Invited Speakers: Gabriel Conant (Notre Dame), Dzmir Dzhafarov (University of Connecticut), Matt Kaufmann (University of Texas), Russell Miller (CUNY), Arseniy Sheydvasser (CUNY).
Paper Submission: Authors are invited to send an abstract not exceeding three pages in electronic submission in the form of a pdf file to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions are to be received before April 2, 2019. Authors will be notified of acceptance before May 2, 2019.
Support for the Meeting:
- IUT de Sénart-Fontainbleauand
- LACL (Labatoire d’Algorithmique, Complexité et Logique),
- National Science Foundation.
Steering Program Committee:
- Patrick Cégielski (Paris XII)
- Andrés Córdon-Franco (Seville)
- Ali Enayat (Göteborg)
- Costas Dimitracopoulos (Athens)
- Alex Esbelin (Clermont-Ferrand)
- Neil Thapen (Prague).
Local Organizing Committee:
- Alfred Dolich (GC CUNY)
- Roman Kossak (GC CUNY).
- Patrick Cégielski — email@example.com
- Alfred Dolich — firstname.lastname@example.org
- Roman Kossak — email@example.com
- Submission April 2, 2019
- Notification May 2, 2019