Winners VvL Master's Thesis Award 2023
The Dutch Association for Logic and Philosophy of the Exact Sciences (VvL) is happy to announce the VvL Master's Thesis Award 2023.
Any Master's thesis from the calendar year 2022 with a topic in logic or in philosophy of the exact sciences written as part of a Master's program at a Dutch university is eligible to be nominated for the Award. A thesis is eligible if the corresponding Master's graduation date lies between 1 January 2022 and 31 December 2022.
A thesis must be nominated by the supervisor(s). The thesis (in pdf format) and a one page letter by the supervisor giving the reasons for nomination should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions will be selected for the prize by the VvL Master’s thesis award committee based on their academic qualities. More than one prize may be awarded per edition.
We are happy to announce the winners of the VvL Master’s Thesis Prize 2023! The master’s thesis prize committee has evaluated this year’s submissions, and considered the field to be extremely competitive. They were delighted with the high quality of rigor and thought that all theses displayed.
Without further ado, here are this year’s winners:
Rodrigo Almeida (UvA, supervised by Nick Bezhanishvili & Tommaso Moraschini). Thesis title: Polyatomic Logics and Generalised Blok-Esakia Theory with Applications to Orthologic and KTB.
Søren Brinck Knudstorp (UvA, supervised by Johan van Benthem & Nick Bezhanishvili). Thesis title: Modal Information Logics.
The winners will receive a small prize and will be invited to present their thesis at a VvL event to be held in December 2023 (more information will follow).
We congratulate this year’s winners, and we encourage colleagues from universities all throughout the Netherlands to consider nominating their students for the prize next year.
VvL Master’s thesis award committee 2023:
VvL Master’s thesis award committee 2022: