Many of our lecturers are world-class researchers who enjoy international renown.
What are the mathematical properties of information? How can we describe how information flows between humans or computers? Questions such as these lie at the heart of the research conducted at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC).
'I love the people and collaboration! As Logic is a highly interdisciplinary study, you will often find yourself in a mathematics-philosophy discussion with a fellow student in which you try to prove theorems and discuss their philosophical impact. Everyone at the IILC is very interested in their research subject and therefore you will not only learn new thing during courses, but also a lot during social activities.'