This Directory includes data on academic meetings concerned with activities of the Chair of Logic (etc) - as an organizer or otherwise contributing to the project in question. For documentation purposes, information on previously announced meetings is retained. Other conferences, symposia, etc. fitting into the "calculemus" scheme, can be listed at the request of their organizers.
- XI International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Cracow, Poland, 1999, August 20-26.
- Hilbert i Zagadnienie Rozstrzygalności -- Część Pierwsza
Hilbert and the Entscheidungsproblem - the First of the Two Meetings to Commemorate Hilbert's Manifesto of 1900.
Workshop III in Logic, Informatics and Philosophy of Science, Zakopane, Poland, 26 - 30 Sept. 1999, organized by CLIPS.
Past Conferences as announced in LogBank
- Turing Machine and Mechanization of Reasoning
-- in the 50th Anniversary of Alan Turing's Report Intelligent Machinery.
Workshop II in Logic, Informatics and Philosophy of Science, Zakopane, Poland, 27 Sept - 1 Oct, 1998, organized by CLIPS.
- First International Conference on Rough Sets and Current Trends in Computing (RSCTC'98)
June 22-26, 1998.
- The Symposium in March 17-19, 1999 in Bremen (Germany), entitled: "Sources and outlines of non-classical approaches in the transition from traditional to modern logic".
- QED WORKSHOP II, Held in Warsaw, Poland, July 20 - 22, 1995, organized by the Chair of Logic (etc) of Bialystok University.
- GRANICE NAUKI [Frontiers of Science]
A Methodological Conference in Cracow, May 9-10, 1996 - in Polish.
- LUKASIEWICZ IN DUBLIN
An International Conference on the work of Jan Lukasiewicz - Dublin, July 7-10 1996.
- A Session of the Polish Association for Logic and Philosophy of Science, in Warsaw, Poland, November 14, 1997.
- MUTUAL INFLUENCES BETWEEN INFORMATICS AND LOGICunder the Auspices of the Polish Association of Logic and Philosophy of Science. Held in Bialystok, Poland, December 13-14, 1997.
[Polish] Workshop in the Centenary of Emil Post's Birth (Augustów, Poland, 1897)