Francisco Salto Alemany

Francisco Salto Alemany

Francisco Salto Alemany (Graduate in Philosophy and PhD, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain) is a professor of Logic at the Universidad de León, Spain, since 2002, Lecturer at the Institute for Logic, Cognition, Language and Information at the University of Basque Country (Spain), co-founder and co-director of the BITrum research group for an Interdisciplinary Elucidation of the Information Concept, Member of the Humanities Group of the Universidad de León as well as Fellow, the Unified Theory of Information Research Group (UIT), and co-founder of the Research Group in Philosophical Logic at the Universidad de Salamanca. He was an assistant professor at the Universidad de Salamanca, Visiting Fellow at Princeton University and Scholar at the Ruhruniversität Bochum.


His research work  in mathematical logic embraces: Logic without Contradiction, Positive Non Classical Negation, Axiomatization, Identity, Games and Game Semantics, which has been publicized in Bulletin of the Section of Logic; Journal of Philosophical Logic; Journal of Symbolic Logic; Logical Studies; Logique et Analyse; Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic; Reports on Mathematical Logic; Studia Logica; Theoria (e.g., co-authored with Méndez and Robles “The basic constructive logic for negation-consistency defined with a propositional falsity constant”, Bulletin of the Section of Logic 36 (2007); “Relevance logics, paradoxes of consistency and the K rule”, Logique et Analyse 50 (2007). In the field of games and game semantics has developed the software system Ithaca. He has also authored several works in philosophy, edited in Theoria, Analecta Husserleana, Phil. Zeitschrift, etc. He has co-edited the special issue of the journal TripleC “What is really information? An interdisciplinary approach”, 2009; as well as What is information? (Universidad de León, 2008).

Contact details:
Adress: Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Campus de Vegazana s/n, 24071
León, Spain
Phone: +34 987 291000 - 5134; +34 923 362242
Mobile: +34 626 023881
E-mail: jnafria@uax.es