★ ARISTOTLE LOGIC PRIZE ★
Aristotle Logic Prize
1) Every three years is attributed a prize.
2) Each contender should submit an unpublished paper (between 10 to 30 pages) in any area of logic, written in English only.
3) The jury is formed by 6 Greek researchers, representative of all areas of logic.
4) The prize, besides being honorific, supports the participation (housing + registration fee) of the winner in the World Congress of Universal Logic and the publication of the paper in the journal Logica Universalis, Birkhäuser
5) There is no restriction of age, sex, race, nationality. The contender only needs to live in Greece and be affiliated with a University (or other educational institution) in Greece.
Aristotle Logic Prize 2021
i) Participation in UNILOG'2022 in Crete, Greece: travel + housing + registration fees will be provided to the winner and the paper will be published in the journal Logica Universalis. The awarded person will present his/her work at the 2nd World Logic Prizes Contest competing with the corresponding award winners from other countries.
ii) Submit your paper by December 1st, 2021, using Easy Chair Logic Prize 2021
iii) Jury 2018
· Prof. Giorgos Koletsos (School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens)
· Prof. Stathis Zachos (School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens)
· Prof. Nikos Papaspyrou (School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens)
· Ass. Prof. Petros Stefaneas (Department of Mathematics, National Technical University of Athens)
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This prize is part of the project
Aristotle (Ἀριστοτέλης; 384–322 BC) was a Greek philosopher and father of logic. He is considered one of the greatest philosophers of all time. He was the founder of the Lyceum, the Peripatetic school of philosophy, and the Aristotelian tradition. The logical works of Aristotle were compiled into a set of six books called the Organon (Ὄργανον, meaning "instrument, tool, organ") around 40 BC by Andronicus of Rhodes or other Peripatetics.
The 2018 Winner Paper was: