UCLA Logic Center

The UCLA Logic Center was established in the Fall of 2004, by a generous anonymous donation. Its purpose is to foster teaching and research in logic, broadly understood to include all areas of mathematical and philosophical logic as well as the applications of logic to philosophy, linguistics, and computer science. It provides support for graduate students, faculty, and visitors, and it organizes scientific meetings, in association with other groups at UCLA and in the greater Southern California area.

The faculty affiliated with the Logic Center includes members of the UCLA Departments of Mathematics, Philosophy, and Linguistics, as well as logicians from Caltech, UC Irvine, and the University of Southern California.

For information about the UCLA Logic Center, contact its Director, Itay Neeman, ineeman@math.ucla.edu.

2015 Undergraduate Summer School, Sunday, June 21 - Saturday, July 11

Information for Students          Logic Colloquium          Friday (Caltech-UCLA) Logic Seminar          The RTG Grant to Caltech, UCI and UCLA

Log of activities          Nearby Logicians          Advanced logic students          The Montague Room        Brief History of Logic at UCLA

  • There will be a Very Informal Gathering of Logicians at UCLA (VIG 18) from 1:00 PM, Friday, January 30 to 1:00 PM, Sunday, February 1, 2015, dedicated to Tony Martin on the occasion of his formal retirement. The invited speakers are Kit Fine, Sherwood Hachtman, Steve Jackson, Andrew Marks, Antonio Montalban (Hjorth lecturer), Itay Neeman, Charles Parsons, Pierre Simon, Sergei Starchenko, John Steel, Katrin Tent, Anush Tserunyan and Hugh Woodin. There are no registration fees, and it is expected that travel grants will be available for graduate students and faculty in early career stages, write to Yiannis Moschovakis if you are interested.

    There are last minute changes to the VIG program because of problems with travel; if you are coming to the meeting, please make sure to access the most recent version of the announcement,

    About this page, contact: ynm@math.ucla.edu