This Master aims to provide a thorough grounding in all aspects of
advanced logic, both pure and applied. On completion, students
will have the necessary skills to be able to continue with their
postgraduate studies, put their knowledge into practice in the
job market, or start undertaking research in many of the central
areas in the field of logic.
This Master is organized jointly by the University of Barcelona (UB) and the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC), with the collaboration of the Artificial Intelligence Research Institute (IIIA) of the CSIC. The Master complies with the new Spanish regulations for postgraduate studies, which aim at the construction of an European Higher Education Area following the guidelines of the Bologna Declaration (1999).
The following departments and institutes participate in the teaching of this Master:
Department of Applied Mathematics II
(Technical University of
Department of Logic, History and Philosophy of Science
(University of Barcelona)
Department of Probability, Logic and Statistics
(University of Barcelona)
Artificial Intelligence Research Institute
(Spanish Scientific Research Council)
Software Department (Technical University of Catalonia)
All of the above form part of either the Faculty of Philosophy and the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Barcelona, the Faculty of Mathematics and Statistics and the Faculty of Computer Studies at the Technical University of Catalonia, or the Faculty of Sciences at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
The Master courses are taught by Spain's largest cluster of specialists in the field of Logic. Our staff are active, internationally recognised experts in the following research areas: Algebraic Logic, Computational Complexity, Computational Linguistics, History of Logic, Logical Foundations of Artificial Intelligence, Model Theory, Non-Classical Logics, Philosophy of Logic and of Mathematics, Proof Theory and Set Theory.
The Master in Pure and Applied Logic draws and builds on the expertise acquired from more than a decade of postgraduate courses offered as part of the University of Barcelona's Doctorate Program in Logic and Foundations of Mathematics. Click here to browse the list of PhD theses completed as part of this program.
The universities in the Barcelona area offer a wealth of opportunities in related subjects, including Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science, History of Science, Linguistics, Mathematics and Philosophy, for students wishing to further their training on successful completion of this Master.
General coordinator: Prof. Ramon Jansana
Coordinator at the Technical University of Catalonia: Prof. Rafel Farré