9th Augustus De Morgan Workshop on Deontic Logic

Luxembourg
1 - 4 December 2009

Program chair: Dov Gabbay (Bar-Ilan University, King's College London and University of Luxembourg), John Horty (University of Maryland), Ron van der Meyden (University of New South Wales), Leon van der Torre (University of Luxembourg).

Local organizers: Xavier Parent and Gabriella Pigozzi (University of Luxembourg)

Support team: Valerio Genovese and Marija Slavkovik (University of Luxembourg)

The topic of this 9th edition will be Deontic Logic.

The aim of the workshop is to provide a comprehensive overview of the state of the art and current research trends in deontic logic. The outlines of the Handbook on deontic logic and normative systems will be discussed during the workshop.

The workshop will be preceded by a 1-day workshop on security on Monday 30 November with presentations of Ron van der Meyden and some speakers of the second volume of the Handbook.

The programme for the de Morgan workshop is available here.

If you would like to attend, please contact Leon van der Torre.

The de Morgan workshop (Dec 1 - Dec 4) will be held at the Campus Limpertsberg of the University of Luxembourg, in the Tavenas room (Salle Tavenas, 102 Avenue Pasteur, L-2311 Luxembourg). The workshop on security (Nov 30) will be held at the Campus Kirchberg of the University of Luxembourg, in the Paul Feidert room (salle Paul Feidert, 6, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi L-1359 Luxembourg).

For venue, travel and stay information, click here.

Have a look at the photo journal of the workshop.

 

 

The 9th Augustus De Morgan Workshop is co-organized by the Individual and Collective Reasoning (ICR) group and the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (Snt) at the University of Luxembourg. It is also supported by the strategic priority P1 on security and reliability of the University of Luxembourg.

There have been ninth previous DEON conferences: Amsterdam, December 1991; Oslo, January 1994; Sesimbra, January 1996; Bologna, January 1998; Toulouse, January 2000; London, May 2002; Madeira, May 2004; Utrecht, July 2006; luxembourg, July 2008. Selected papers from each of these workshops have been published internationally.

Further information on the background of Augustus De Morgan Workshops is available here.