SICSA CSE Theme Event: Categories, Logic & Physics, Scotland

Date(s) - 14/04/2016
All Day

The School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh

CLAP Scotland is a forum for applications of category theory and logic to physics and computer science, that aims to maintain and enhance the cohesion of Scottish research in these areas. The meetings provide an informal atmosphere where participants can easily interact. They are open, and all are welcome to attend, in particular research students. This is a continuation of the series of CLAP workshops in the greater London area held biannually 2008-2010, and of the Scottish Category Theory seminar that ran biannually 2009-2014, and we encourage the same friendly and open atmosphere. If you would like to host a meeting or give a talk, contact Chris Heunen.

The first meeting will be held on 14 April 2016, in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh, room G.07.

Speakers include:

Nick Behr, University of Edinburgh
Ross Duncan, University of Strathclyde
Chris Heunen, University of Edinburgh
Sean Tull, University of Oxford

A detailed  programme can be found on the CLAP Scotland web-site.
Registration is free, but for catering purposes please email the local organiser Chris Heunen as soon as possible if you plan to attend.

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