On the occasion of Paul McNamara's visit to Bayreuth, we organize an "epilogue", informal meeting of the PIOTR project bringing together project members and researchers that have been closely associated with the project in the last three years. The goal is to present current work and exchange ideas for future research.
The event will take place on Wednesday, March 13th, 2019, in Bayreuth. (room: H27, Building GWII.)
10:00-10:45 Paul McNamara (University of New Hampshire) Toward a Systematization of Logics for Monadic and Dyadic Agency & Ability, Revisited
10:50-11:35 Reka Markovic (Luxemburg) Formal models of norm conflict resolving methods in law
11:40-12:25 Piotr Kulicki (KU Lublin) and Olivier Roy (Bayreuth) Weak and Strong Permissions in Hierarchies of Legal Systems
13:15-14:00 Frederik Van de Putte (Bayreuth) Collectively Accepting Norms: A Logical Investigation (work in progress)
14:05-14:50 Chenwei Shi (Erlangen) Collective Belief as Tendency toward Consensus
15:05-15:50 Alessandra Marra (Bayreuth) The Stability of
15:55-16:40 Paul McNamara (University of New Hampshire) Could Robots One Day Deserve Rights?
17:30 Conference Dinner at Restaurant Liebesbier