Tsinghua University – University of Amsterdam Joint Research Centre for Logic
Tsinghua University – University of Amsterdam Joint Research Centre for Logic


Invited talks and short presentations of posters will be on Zoom. Please find the Zoom information below:

• Link: https://zoom.com.cn/j/93078565357?pwd=VVJGdkdwL2liUllDVGcvd0hTdEJuQT09

• Topic: TARK2021
• Meeting ID: 930 7856 5357

The link is the same for the entire conference.

Poster sessions and social interaction will be on the platform gather.town. Link and some instructions about its usage are given below.

• Link: https://gather.town/i/1Cr03FFM

•Instruction: download

➤  The electronic version of all papers can be downloaded from the PUBLICATION page.

➤ There will be 5 poster rooms in gather.town, and the arrangement of posters in every room can be found below:

Poster room 1Attainable Knowledge and Omniscience 
(Pavel Naumov and Jia Tao)

Deliberation and Epistemic Democracy 
(Huihui Ding and Marcus Pivato)

Persuading Communicating Voters 
(Anastas Tenev and Toygar Kerman)

Local Dominance
(Emiliano Catonini and Jingyi Xue)

 Knowledge from Probability
(Jeremy Goodman and Bernhard Salow)

Epistemic Modality and Coordination under Uncertainty 
(Giorgio Sbardolini)
Poster room 2 Are the Players in an Interactive Belief Model Meta-certain of the Model Itself? 
(Satoshi Fukuda)

Revisiting Epistemic Logic with Names 
(Marta Bílková, Zoé Christoff and Olivier Roy)

Algorithmic randomness, Bayesian convergence and merging 
(Simon Huttegger, Sean Walsh and Francesca Zaffora Blando)

Understanding Transfinite Elimination of Non-Best Replies
(Stephan Jagau)

Measuring Violations of Positive Involvement in Voting
(Wesley Holliday and Eric Pacuit)

Language-based Decisions
(Adam Bjorndahl and Joseph Halpern)
Poster room 3A Deontic Stit Logic Based on Beliefs and Expected Utility
(Aldo Iván Ramírez Abarca and Jan Broersen)

(Krisztina Fruzsa, Roman Kuznets and Ulrich Schmid)

Dynamically Rational Judgment Aggregation
(Franz Dietrich and Christian List)

Communication Pattern Models: an Extension of Action Models for Dynamic-Network Distributed Systems
(Diego A. Velázquez, Armando Castañeda and David A. Rosenblueth)

 Knowing how to plan
(Yanjun Li and Yanjing Wang)

Collective Argumentation: The Case of Aggregating Support-Relations of Bipolar Argumentation Frameworks
(Weiwei Chen)
Poster room 4Uncertainty-Based Semantics for Multi-Agent Knowing How Logics
(Carlos Areces, Raul Fervari, Andrés R. Saravia and Fernando R. Velázquez-Quesada)

No Finite Model Property for Logics of Quantified Announcements
(Hans van Ditmarsch, Tim French and Rustam Galimullin)

Probabilistic stability and statistical learning
(Krzysztof Mierzewski)

Well-founded Extensive Games with Perfect Information
(Krzysztof Apt and Sunil Simon)

Game-Theoretic Models of Moral and Other-Regarding Agents
(Gabriel Istrate)

An Awareness Epistemic Framework for Belief, Argumentation and Their Dynamics
(Alfredo Burrieza and Antonio Yuste-Ginel)
Poster room 5Reasoning about Emergence of Collective Memory
(R. Ramanujam)

Belief Inducibility and Informativeness
(P. Jean-Jacques Herings, Dominik Karos and Toygar Kerman)

A Recursive Measure of Voting Power that Satisfies Reasonable Postulates
(Arash Abizadeh and Adrian Vetta)

Failures of Contingent Thinking
(Evan Piermont and Peio Zuazo-Garin)

De re updates
(Michael Cohen, Wen Tang and Yanjing Wang)