The Association for Symbolic Logic publishes abstracts of recent PhD theses in logic. The aim of this activity is to publish abstracts for the majority of recent PhD theses in logic world wide and submitted abstracts will therefore only be edited to ensure that they fall within the general area of logic and are appropriate in terms of length and content. This section willprovide a permanent publicly accessible overview of theses in logic and thus make up for the lack of central repository for the theses themselves. The Thesis Abstracts Section is edited by Christian Rosendal. Any abstract should formally be submitted by the thesis advisor though it is expected to usually be prepared by the candidate. For detailed instructions for preparation and submission, including the required TeX template, please consult the link below. https://aslonline.org/journals/the-bulletin-of-symbolic-logic/logic-thesis-abstracts-in-the-bulletin-of-symbolic-logic/.
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