Roy Dyckhoff headed the research activity at St Andrews in computational logic. His and his students' work comprised the development of proof assistants and theorem-provers for various logics, the exploitation of various logics for problem specification or as programming languages, and the investigation of their proof theory and semantics. He retired in September 2011, and thus is no longer inviting PhD applications; but continues as an active researcher. Juliana Bowles works on formal foundations of object-oriented specification languages in the context of large-scale distributed systems. Her main interests include true-concurrent logics for describing dynamic aspects of large distributed object systems, logics of knowledge and belief, and applications of category theory. Ian Gent works on search algorithms, experimental methods in CS and AI and constraint satisfaction problems. Vladimir Komendantsky (no longer at the University) works on the representation of extended regular expression languages using dependent type theory and the formal verification of properties of functions manipulating such languages.

SImPL EC grant (April 2010 -- March 2012) (held by Vladimir Komendantsky)

Computational Logic in Artificial Neural Networks EPSRC grant (Oct 2008 -- Sept 2011) (held by Ekaterina Komendantskaya)

Proof Theory and Constraint Satisfaction EPSRC grant (Jan--May 2008) for collaboration with James Caldwell and Ian Gent

Lexicalized Proof-Theoretic Semantics of Natural Language EPSRC grant (Feb--August 2007) for collaboration with Nissim Francez and James McKinna

Embounded: Automatic Resource Prediction for Embedded Systems Esprit Framework 6 grant (June 2005 -- Feb 2009) for collaboration with Kevin Hammond, Greg Michaelson, Martin Hofmann et al.

Logic Structures for Control EPSRC grant (2004--2007) for collaboration with Ursula Martin

Juliana Bowles, Edwin Brady, Roy Dyckhoff, Ian Gent, Vladimir Komendantsky

Andrew Adams, Marta Bilkova, Muffy Calder, James Caldwell, Peter Chapman, Hans van Ditmarsch, Nissim Francez, Paul Gerrard, Taher Tawfek Hamza, Jacob Howe, Ruth Hardy (now Ruth Letham), Ekaterina Komendantskaya, Jael Kriener, Stéphane Lengrand, Neil Leslie, Thomas Peillon, James McKinna, Luis Pinto, Robert Rothenberg, Christian Urban

Prof. Muffy Calder is, from March 1 2012, Chief Scientific Adviser for Scotland .Current:

Sara Negri at HelsinkiStephen Read, Arché Research Centre, St Andrews

Stéphane Lengrand at the École Polytechnique

Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh at Oxford

Old:

Delia Kesner at Paris VII (PPS)Giovanna Corsi at ISA Bologna

James McKinna, Nijmegen

Computational Logic Network: "COLOGNET"

IAM, University of Bern

Nissim Francez at Technion, Haifa

James Caldwell at Wyoming

Kai-Uwe Kühnberger at Osnabrück

Proof Theory Group (Dresden University of Technology) (picture)

Dependable Continuous Mathematics for Critical Systems

NETCA (UK Computer Algebra Network)

- Automated Reasoning Workshop
- Michel Levy's theorem provers
- IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science
- ACM Transactions on Computational Logic
- International Masters programme in Computational Logic

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