The JRC administers the following six programs involving UvA and Tsinghua participants plus colleagues elsewhere.
Here you can find a list of publications.
The centre welcomes new affiliates and will actively search for strengthening old projects or forming new ones that fit with its philosophy of bottom up growth, and a small but high quality operation. Three topics on the near horizon are Modal and Algebraic Logic, Computational Social Choice, and Quantum Information and Complexity, the latter partly in collaboration with the Institute for Interdisciplinary Information Sciences (IIIS) at Tsinghua founded by Professor Andrew Yao. But there is also a clear interest in forging links at interfaces of logic, computational linguistics, and cognitive science.