NMR 2021: 19th International Workshop on Non-Monotonic Reasoning

November 3-5, 2021, Hanoi, Vietnam (VIRTUALLY)

Latest News

  • Detailed program (including Zoom link) available here.

  • Proceedings now available here.

  • Registration to NMR 2021 is free. Please complete registration before October 28. See here for more details.

The NMR Workshops

NMR is the premier forum for results in the area of Non-Monotonic Reasoning. Its aim is to bring together active researchers in this broad field within knowledge representation and reasoning (KR), including belief revision, uncertain reasoning, reasoning about actions, planning, logic programming, preferences, argumentation, causality, and many other related topics including systems and applications. See the NMR webpage.

NMR has a long history - it started in 1984 and, up until last year, was held every two years. Recent previous NMR workshops were held in Rhodes (virtually) (2020), Tempe (2018), Cape Town (2016), Vienna (2014), Rome (2012), Toronto (2010), and Sydney (2008).


The NMR workshop series is the premier specialised forum for researcher in non-monotonic reasoning and related areas. This will be the 19th workshop in this series. Its aim is to bring together active researchers in the broad area of non-monotonic reasoning, including belief revision, reasoning about actions, argumentation, declarative programming, preferences, non-monotonic reasoning for ontologies, uncertainty, and other related topics.

NMR 2021 is co-located with KR 2021.

Workshop Chairs

  • Leila Amgoud (CNRS-IRIT, Toulouse, France)

  • Richard Booth (Cardiff University, UK)

Contact: nmr2021@easychair.org

Sponsorship Chair

  • Emiliano Lorini (CNRS-IRIT, Toulouse, France)

Program Committee

  • Ofer Arieli, Academic College of Tel-Aviv, Israel

  • Christoph Beierle, University of Hagen, Germany

  • Alexander Bochman, Holon Institute of Technology, Israel

  • James Delgrande, Simon Fraser University, Canada

  • Juergen Dix, Clausthal University of Technology, Germany

  • Wolfgang Faber, Alpen-Adria-Universitaet Klagenfurt, Austria

  • Lluis Godo Lacas, IIIA-CSIC, Spain

  • Eduardo Fermé, Universidade da Madeira, Portugal

  • Laura Giordano, Università del Piemonte Orientale, Italy

  • Aaron Hunter, British Columbia Institute of Technology, Canada

  • Haythem Ismail, Cairo University and German University of Cairo, Egypt

  • Tomi Janhunen, Aalto University, Finland

  • Souhila Kaci, Université Montpellier 2, France

  • Antonis Kakas, University of Cyprus

  • Gabriele Kern-Isberner, Technische Universitaet Dortmund, Germany

  • Sébastien Konieczny, CRIL-CNRS, France

  • Maria Vanina Martinez, Universidad de Buenos Aires and CONICET, Argentina

  • Thomas Meyer, University of Cape Town, South Africa

  • Nir Oren, University of Aberdeen, UK

  • Xavier Parent, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

  • Laurent Perrussel, Université de Toulouse, France

  • Ramon Pino Perez, Universidad de Los Andes, Venezuela

  • Sylwia Polberg, Cardiff University, UK

  • Ricardo O. Rodriguez, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Ken Satoh, National Institute of Informatics and Sokendai, Japan

  • Gerardo Simari, Universidad Nacional del Sur and CONICET, Argentina

  • Guillermo R. Simari, Universidad de Sur in Bahia Blanca, Argentina

  • Christian Strasser, Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum, Germany

  • Matthias Thimm, Universitaet Koblenz-Landau, Germany

  • Leon van der Torre, Université du Luxembourg

  • Ivan Varzinczak, Université d'Artois and CNRS, France

  • Renata Wassermann, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil

  • Emil Weydert, Université du Luxembourg

  • Stefan Woltran, Vienna University of Technology, Austria


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