Spring School on Theoretical Computer Science (EPIT) – Homotopy Type Theory
25 – 29 May 2020
The EPIT is a French thematic school proposing, on an yearly basis, an intensive 5-day long training, specializing on a particular topic in theoretical computer science. It is primarily addressed to PhD students, Post-doctoral researchers and junior academics.
The 2020 edition of the EPIT will be centered around Homotopy Type Theory, a research topic at the junction of Computer Science and Mathematics. Our hope is hence to provide an introduction that is accessible to researchers in both areas.
The school will take place at Ile d’Oléron, CAES CNRS La vieille Perrotine.
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Andrej Bauer (Ljubljana University): Introduction to Homotopy Type Theory
Bas Spitters (Aarhus University): The Coq-HoTT library
Andy Pitts (Cambridge University): Models of (Univalent) Type Theory
Anders Mörtberg (Stockholm University): Cubical Type Theory
Guillaume Brunerie (Stockholm University): Synthetic Homotopy Theory
Paige North (Ohio State University): Directed Homotopy Type Theory
Valery Isaev (JetBrain, Saint Petersburg): The Arend proof assistant
There will also be practical sessions to learn how to use various proof assistants
based on HoTT such as Cubical Agda or the Coq-HoTT library.