Recent Theses

On the ILLC site you may find a full list of ILLC research reports and dissertations. Additionally, the electronic archives may also be accessed by using the Search Form of the ILLC Eprints server.

MoL-2022-07:
Raoul Koudijs Learning Modal Formulas via Dualities
MoL-2022-06:
Thomas klein Goldewijk Fairness in Perpetual Participatory Budgeting
MoL-2022-05:
Lukas Felderhoff Single-Peaked Electorates in Liquid Democracy
MoL-2022-04:
Nicolien S. Janssens Communicate and Vote: Collective Truth-tracking in Networks
MoL-2022-03:
Zichen Peng Simultaneous Substitution Algebras
MoL-2022-02:
James Carr Hereditary Structural Completeness over K4: Rybakov’s Theorem Revisited
MoL-2022-01:
Daniela Loustalot Knapp Justification of Matching Outcomes
MoL-2021-28:
Pepijn Kroes Finiteness, Invariance, and Analogy: A Minimal Model for Adaptive Processes
MoL-2021-27:
Hrafn Valtýr Oddsson Paradefinite Zermelo-Fraenkel Set Theory: A Theory of Inconsistent and Incomplete Sets
MoL-2021-26:
Luca van der Kamp The Epistemic Logic of Full Communication and Social Networks: An Analysis of Mediation and Network Formation