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-2021-03:
Aleksi Anttila The Logic of Free Choice Axiomatizations of State-based Modal Logics
MoL-2021-02:
Wijnand Koen van Woerkom Algebraic models of type theory
MoL-2021-01:
Lukas Zenger Proof theory for fragments of the modal mu-calculus
MoL-2020-14:
Brandon Ryan Hoogstra From Cross-World Predication to Cross-World Travel:
Building a Bridge between Worlds
MoL-2020-13:
Sebastian David Melzer Canonical Formulas for the Lax Logic
MoL-2020-12:
Martin Karlsson Proofs and Strategies: A Characterization of Classical and Intuitionistic Logic using Games with Explicit Strategies
MoL-2020-11:
Eric Flaten Toward a formal representation of radical interpretation
MoL-2020-10:
Boas Kluiving Computationally Efficient Representation Languages for Fairly Dividing Indivisible Goods
MoL-2020-09:
Leo Lobski Quantum quirks, classical contexts: Towards a Bohrification of effect algebras
MoL-2020-08:
Tex Aston Felix Schönlank Syntactic logical relations for System F with recursive types and call-by-name semantics