British Logic Colloquium 1999
University of Wales Gregynog, 23 - 25 September 1999.
The 1999 meeting of the
Logic Colloquium will be held from 23 to 25 September at the University
of Wales conference centre, Gregynog.
Added on 24/11/99: A group
photo of the participants is available here.
The meeting will include a celebration
of Roger Hindley's contributions to logic, on the occasion of his retirement
from the Department of Mathematics at the University of Wales Swansea.
In addition, there will be
lectures covering a wide variety of areas of mathematical and philosophical
logic as well as the history of logic. The detailed programme can
be seen here.
The meeting will take place
in the conference centre of the University of Wales at Gregynog. Gregynog
is a large Victorian country house in mid-Wales, standing in 750 acres
of wooded parkland. It is located five miles north of Newtown, Powys,
with a regular train link to Birmingham (taking approximately 1h45m).
All participants will be offered rooms in the house. The number of
places is limited, and early registration is recommended.
For a road map of Wales,
showing how to get to Gregynog (including a detailed local map) click here.
For train timetables, see
the Railtrack website.
The cost of participation, including
registration, two days lodging at Gregynog with full board and the conference
banquet is as follows:
|| £ 70
As the number of subsidised
student places is limited, early registration is advised.
To register, please complete
the form below and send it, with the appropriate payment (cheques should
be made payable to the University of Wales Swansea) to:
Payment for registration may
also be made by credit card, by sending the completed form with credit
card details to Jill Edwards at the above address, or by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org
or fax (+44 1792 295708)
Department of Computer Science
University of Wales Swansea
Swansea SA2 8PP, U.K.
Enquiries may be addressed
to the organisers:
|| £ 70
SPECIAL DIETARY REQUIREMENTS:
The meeting is generously supported by the London
Mathematical Society and the British
Dawar Page last upodated:
6 May 1999.