Björn Lellmann

I am currently working at the Austrian Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs. Until recently I was working at SBA Research in the project BRISE Vienna. Previously, I was a research assistant in the project Reasoning Tools for Deontic Logic and Applications to Indian Sacred Texts, and before that a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the TU Wien in the PAnaMoL project. Before this I was a member of the START project: Non classical proofs: theory, applications and tools led by Agata Ciabattoni, and even further back I did my PhD with Dirk Pattinson in London. In general I am interested in all things connected to logic, including applications of structural proof theory to legal reasoning and explainable AI. I am also interested in structural proof theory for modal and intermediate logics, in particular in the connections between Hilbert-style axiomatisations and Gentzen-style sequent, hypersequent or nested sequent calculi, as well as the expressive strengths of different Gentzen-style frameworks.


News

  • The article From Input/Output Logic to Conditional Logics via Sequents - With Provers was accepted at TABLEAUX 2021.