Logic and Theoretical Computer Science (LTCS)

Lecture number: 101194-FS2018-0
ECTS: 5
Start: 2018-02-22
End: 2018-05-31
Venue: Hörraum A097, ExWi, Sidlerstrasse 5
Repetition: Every semester with varying contents.
Lectures take place on:
  • Thursday from 13:30 to 15:00

Description:

Students as well as members of the Logic and Theory Research Group (LTG) present their current work. The main topics are: explicit mathematics and operational set theory, subsystems of second order arithmetic and set theory, systems of bounded arithmetic and bounded set theory, modal logics.

A general platform for students interested in theoretical computer science, logic, and the foundations of mathematics.

Lectures take place according to separate announcement on this page.

Lecture dates:

  • 22.02 | No seminar
  • 01.03 | 10:15 : Room A097, ExWi : P. Welch : Recursions of higher types and low levels of determinacy (Abstract)
  • 08.03 | No seminar
  • 15.03 | No seminar
  • 22.03 | No seminar
  • 29.03 | No seminar
  • 05.04 | No seminar
  • 12.04 | 10:15 : Room A097, ExWi : M. E. Maietti : Properties discriminating the Minimalist Foundation from
    Martin-Loef's type theory. (Abstract)
  • 19.04 | 10:15 : Room A097, ExWi : R. Haenni : One Person, One Computer, One Vote – Theoretical and Practical Challenges of Designing Online Voting Systems (Abstract)
  • 03.05 | 10:15 : Room A097, ExWi : K. Mainzer : "Proof, Trust and Computation: Mathematical Foundations and Societal Impact" (Abstract)
  • 09.05 | 10:15 : Room B078, ExWi : S. Friedman : "SUPERsystmes of Second Order Arithmetic" (Abstract)
  • 17.05 | No seminar
  • 24.05 | 10:15 Room A097, ExWi : A. Jaha : Bachelor thesis presentation: "Eine algorithmische Annäherung an das Briefträgerproblem" (Info)
  • 31.05 | 10:15 Room A097, ExWi : F. Pakhomov : "On conservativity of collection in general setting" (Abstract)

Remarks:

Suitable for students interested in the foundations of mathematics, logic, and theoretical computer science.

KSL-Link: https://www.ksl.unibe.ch/KSL/kurzansicht?...

Requirements:

Basic knowledge in mathematical logic and/or theoretical computer science.

References:

To be announced in the course of the seminar.