Logic at Melbourne

Research and teaching in logic and its applications

Recent work by Melbourne logicians

There are frequent logic talks in Melbourne. Melbourne logicians also publish a fair bit. We’ve got a record of talks, both by locals and visitors, but nothing about recent work by locals. To rectify this, I’m going to do a series of semi-regular posts to highlight newly published work by members of the Logic Seminar.

The first instalment comprises papers by Karen Green (Melbourne), Lloyd Humberstone (Monash), and Daniel Murfet (Melbourne).


Greg and I will be teaching a week-long course at NASSLLI 2016 at Rutgers University, July 9-16. The course is titled “Proof Theory: Logical and Philosophical Aspects”. We’ll be covering cut elimination, some substructural logics, and hypersequents, with a bit of inferentialism and bilateralism mixed in. It should be fun. I’ll put more details up closer to the dates.

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