Due to the current pandemic situation, ZJULogAI (including CLAR 2020) was postponed and will take place as a three-day digital online event on October 26, October 30 and November 2. See the page “Program” for details.
The 3rd International Conference on Logic and Argumentation (CLAR 2020) invites interdisciplinary contributions from logic, artificial intelligence, philosophy, computer science, linguistics, law, and other areas studying logic and formal argumentation.
CLAR 2020 will be held in Hangzhou, 6-9 April 2020, as part of the International Conferences on Logic and Artificial Intelligence at Zhejiang University (ZJULogAI). With a special focus on “methods and tools for explainable AI”, a core objective of ZJULogAI is to present the latest developments and progress made on the crucial question of how to make AI more transparent, trustworthy and accountable, both in China as well as in the rest of the world. All participants to CLAR 2020 have access to all other events of ZJULogAI as well.
Online LNAI proceedings with accepted submissions will be available during the conference, and extended versions will be published after the conference in a special issue of the Journal of Logic and Computation.
More information can be found at the websites:
CLAR 2020 conference highlights recent advances in the two fields of logic and argumentation and promotes communication between researchers in logic and argumentation within and outside China. Previous conferences can be accessed at:
CLAR 2020 and ZJULogAI are in collaboration with the Second Tsinghua Interdisciplinary Workshop on Logic, Language, and Meaning: Monotonicity in Logic and Language, 10-12 April 2020 (http://tsinghualogic.net/JRC/?page_id=1576).
List of Topics
Suggested topics include, but are not limited to the following:
* Abstract argumentation
* Applications of logic and/or argumentation
* Applied logic
* Argumentation and game theory
* Argumentation and law
* Argumentation and linguistics
* Argumentation and medical reasoning
* Argumentation in AI
* Argument mining
* Argumentation schemes
* BDI logic
* Computational argumentation
* Deontic logic
* Dynamic epistemic logic and belief revision
* Formal models for dialog and argumentation
* Informal logic
* Judgment aggregation
* Knowledge representation and reasoning
* Logic for game theory
* Logic for multi-agent systems
* Logic for semantic web
* Logic for social network
* Mathematical logic
* Modal logic
* Nonmonotonic logics
* Numerical and uncertainty reasoning
* Philosophical logic
* Preference logic
* Structured argumentation
* Uncertain argumentation
We invite two types of submissions: full papers (between 12 and 20 pages) describing original and unpublished work and extended abstracts (between 4 and 8 pages) of preliminary original work or extended abstracts of already published work, from either the field of logic or the field of formal argumentation. Additional support material may be included in an appendix, which may be considered or ignored by the program committee.
Submissions must be prepared in LaTeX, using the Springer LNCS style:
Submissions not complying with these guidelines will be desk rejected.
Papers in PDF format should be submitted via EasyChair:
Each submitted paper will be carefully peer-reviewed by a panel of PC members based on originality, significance, technical soundness, clarity of exposition and relevance for the conference. For each accepted paper, at least one author is expected to register and present the paper at the conference.
30 November 2019 15 December 2019
10 January 2020 24 January 2020
10 February 2020 15 February 2020
Conference: 6-9 April 2020
Mehdi Dastani, Utrecht University
Huimin Dong, Zhejiang University
Leon van der Torre, University of Luxembourg
All questions about submissions should be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org