The UConn Logic group has its annual workshop on May 2-3. Each year their workshop is dedicated to the work of a single person, and this year they're honoring Irene Heim. The workshop is announced here: http://logic.uconn.edu/workshop/.
Saturday, May 2
9-10:30 Barbara PARTEE (UMass) Irene Heim in the History of Formal Semantics (Invited)
10:30-11:35 Lucas CHAMPOLLION (NYU) The weak/strong ambiguity in donkey sentences cannot be explained away.
11:50-1:20 Thomas Ede ZIMMERMANN (Frankfurt) Type-shifting and the proportion problem (Invited)
2:30 - 3:35 Paul DEKKER (Amsterdam) Indexical Inference
3:35 - 4:40 Matthew MANDELKERN (MIT) Taking things for granted (Graduate Student Prize)
4:55 - 6:25 Hans KAMP (Stuttgart/Texas) Presuppositions after 1983 (Invited)
Sunday, May 3
9 - 10:30 David BEAVER (Texas) “The X” files (Invited)
10:30 - 12 Simon CHARLOW (Rutgers) The scope of alternatives (Invited)
12:15 - 1:45 Irene HEIM (MIT) Keynote