BLAST 2022

BLAST is a conference series focusing on
Boolean Algebras
Lattices, Algebraic and Quantum logic
Universal Algebra
Set Theory
Set-theoretic and Point-free Topology


The series is based in the mountain/western/midwest region, and circulates between different universities. Previous BLAST conferences

Dates and Abstract Submission

August 8 - 12, 2022

The conference starts Monday morning, August 8,
and ends Friday at noon, August 12.

Submit an abstract (pdf, up to 2 pages) by
June 30 July 8 (extended deadline) at


Chapman University

Orange, California 92866
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Invited Speakers

John Baez

University of California Riverside

Bogdan Chornomaz

Vanderbilt University

Héctor Barriga-Acosta

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Wesley Fussner

University of Bern

Oghenetega Ighedo

University of South Africa

Serafina Lapenta

University of Salerno

Marcos Mazari-Armida

University of Colorado Boulder

Revantha Ramanayake

University of Groningen

Pawel Sobocinski

Tallinn University of Technology


Tutorial Speakers

Cliff Bergman

Iowa State University

Klaas Pieter Hart

Delft University of Technology

Aristotelis Panagiotopoulos

Carnegie Mellon

Organizing Committee

José Gil-Ferez

Chapman University

Peter Jipsen

Chapman University

Alexander Kurz

Chapman University

M. Andrew Moshier

Chapman University

Administrative assistant
Dana Dacier

Chapman University






There is a limited amount of financial support, which will be directed toward graduate students and recent Ph.D.'s. To apply for support, send an email of request to .

Your request should mention
  • your status (graduate student or year of Ph.D.)
  • affiliation, if any
  • point of origin of your trip to Chapman.
Please indicate whether you plan to give a talk. If you are a graduate student, arrange for a brief email of endorsement from your faculty advisor to be sent to .

Support decisions will be made starting July 8, 2022.

If you need more information


This conference is supported by funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and Chapman University.