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  • We are pleased to invite you to participate in a Festschrift honoring Antonio Di Nola's 65th birthday. The Festschrift will be published as a special issue of the journal Mathematica Slovaca
    Both original research papers and high quality surveys are welcome. Deadline for submissions is April 24th.
    Papers must be submitted through the editorial system of the journal, following the instructions on the website and choosing the category: Festschrift A. Di Nola.
    Guest editors of the issue are: Anna Rita Ferraioli, Brunella Gerla, Ciro Russo, Luca Spada.
  • Some pictures taken at the conference.
  • Slides of some of the talks are available: please follow the links in the programme.

ManyVal is a series of international workshops on the logical and algebraic aspects of many-valued reasoning. The aim of the workshops is to gather both established and young researchers sharing an interest for a specific topic.
This year the conference is held in Salerno in honour of the 65th birthday of Antonio Di Nola.
Accordingly, the scope, as well as the expected attendance, will be wider than usual. There will be no parallel sessions. ManyVal'12 will focus on:
  • Semantics for approximate reasoning
  • Game semantics of many-valued logics
  • Algebraic semantics and proof theory of many-valued logics
  • Interpretation of truth values
  • Probability of non-classical events
Selected papers from the conference will be published in a special issue of a journal. Details will be given during and soon after the conference.


If you wish to attend the conference, please send an email to

brunella.gerla AT uninsubria.it and lspada AT unisa.it

with your name, surname and affiliation. We ask participants a contribution of 80 € covering the social dinner on July 5th, the coffee breaks and the complimentary conference kit. The conference fee can be paid in cash at the conference. Please also let us know if there is an accompanying person who wish to take part in the social program.

The funds to organise the conference are made available by:
  • The PRIN 2008 project, co-funded by the Italian Ministry of Research;
  • Istituto di Alta Matematica - GNSAGA

For further information please contact: lspada at unisa dot it or brunella.gerla at unisubria dot it