BLC 2024

Annual meeting of the British Logic Colloquium 5-7 September. Birmingham, UK.

General Information

The annual meeting of the British Logic Colloquium will be organised by the University of Birmingham from Thursday 5th September afternoon to Saturday 7th September morning.

The programme will include invited and contributed talks on a range of topics including (but not restricted to) proof theory, set theory, model theory, computability and complexity, logical aspects of computer science, and philosophy of mathematics.


BLC24 will be held in room LG06 in the Old Gym building on the Edgbaston campus of the University of Birmingham.

Invited Speakers


The programme committee invites abstracts for contributed talks of up to 1 page (excluding bibliography). These can be on published or unpublished work, as well as work in progress. We especially encourage students and early-career researchers to present their work.

There are no formal published proceedings, but accepted abstracts will be made available for the meeting. Please submit your abstracts via EasyChair:

Important Dates

Colocation with Proof Society

BLC24 will be colocated with the Proof Society International School and Workshop 2024, taking place 9-13 September.


Registration is now open via the online shop until 19 August 2024.
The registration prices, which include lunches on Thursday and Friday and coffee breaks, are:

On Friday there will be a conference dinner organised at Indian Brewery Taproom. You will have the option to add it to your registration.

If you would like to attend but do not have access to funding to support your participation, contact the organisers at the earliest opportunity.

Local Information


The University of Birmingham station is served from Birmingham City Centre by local trains via New Street station as well as several local buses. In general, Google Maps is reliable to find your way around, but unreliable regarding timetables.


Edgbaston Park Hotel, the University of Birmingham's hotel, provides accomodation and dining on the Edgbaston campus.

A range of alternative options are available either in Edgbaston, such as Edgbaston House and The High Field Town House, or in Birmingham's City Centre, including ibis Birmingham New Street Station, Travelodge Birmingham Central Broadway Plaza, and ibis budget Birmingham Centre.

Many other options can also be found on the usual accommodation websites such as Booking, AirBnB, etc.

Program Committee

Anupam Das (University of Birmingham)
Paul Blain Levy (University of Birmingham)
Sonia Marin (University of Birmingham)
Omar Leon Sanchez (University of Manchester)
Paul Shafer (University of Leeds)
Sara Uckelman (Durham University)

Local Organisation

Anupam Das
Abhishek De
Iris van der Giessen
Jamie Hough
Paul Levy
Sonia Marin
Lukas Melgaard
Paaras Padhiar


Any queries should be sent by email to

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