The South Eastern Logic Symposium (SEALS) 2017 will take place on March 4 and 5, 2017. The conference site is 358 Little Hall on the campus of University of Florida. The program committee consists of Doug Cenzer, Jean Larson, Michael Hull, and Jindrich Zapletal, of University of Florida,
The conference will start with a colloquium talk on Friday March 3, 4:05pm, the speaker will be Andy Lewis-Pye and the title Sex or asex? [Note: the colloquium has been canceled.] Other speakers are shown in the table below.
Margaret Somers (firstname.lastname@example.org) for fiscal and accommodation matters, Jindrich Zapletal (email@example.com) for program and scheduling matters.
The location map with advice regarding the location of restaurants, hotels, and attractions is here. On Saturday starting at 7pm, we will have a conference dinner at Blue Gill in honor of Doug Cenzer’s anniversary. There will be a vegetarian option, a chicken option, a fish option, and a red meat option, hopefully making everyone a happy camper.
If you are a plenary or special session speaker, you were offered travel reimbursement. You should be in contact with our secretary Margaret Somers regarding your accommodation, and you will be able to pick up a reimbursement check upon conference check-in. If you plan to stay over for a couple of days after the conference, please make arrangements with Margaret and inform Zapletal as well about your stay details.
There is a conference fee payable in cash or check upon conference check-in to cover catering expenses–which our grant does not cover. We charge USD25 for the conference refreshments plus USD33 for the conference dinner, for USD58 total, regardless of your reimbursement status. If you are bringing a significant other to the conference dinner, he or she needs to pay the dinner share as well.
We plan to publish a SEALS volume, and if you want to be a part of it, please let us know before the conference. Expository papers are welcome, at this point there is no set deadline.
The SEALS conference series is funded by the NSF grant DMS-1362273, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Office of Research of University of Florida.