Lawrence S. Moss

Indiana University, Bloomington

Professor of Mathematics
Director, Program in Pure and Applied Logic

Adjunct Professor: Computer Science, Informatics, Linguistics, and Philosophy

Member, Programs in Cognitive Science and in Computational Linguistics

Research: Applied Logic

My general area of interest is applied logic: the study of mathematical and conceptual tools for use in computer science, linguistics, artificial intelligence and other areas.

Applied logic is applied mathematics. It is logic looking outward, reaching towards the diverse collection of worlds in which logic is used.

Fall 2013 Class: H305: Math from Behavior

Fall 2013 Class: M385/P550 Modal Logic

Spring 2014 Class: Q520: Math and Logic for Cognitive Science