Participants are invited to submit their papers on all topics relevant to the conference. Cross-disciplinary contributions are particularly welcome. Articles should be in English, written in the EPTCS format (style files and formatting instructions are available here). They must not exceed 12 pages excluding references. Clearly marked appendices containing additional figures, omitted proofs etc. are allowed and will be refereed at the discretion of the reviewers, however they will not be included in the final version of the conference proceedings. All papers should be submitted via the Non-Classical Logics EasyChair website:

At least one of the authors of an accepted paper must register for and attend the conference for the contribution to be presented.


All accepted and invited papers will be included in the Proceedings of the event, published as an open-access volume of Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science. Selected authors will be invited to submit extended versions of their papers to a special post-conference NCL'22 issue of Bulletin of the Section of Logic.

Workshop proposals

We solicit up-to-2-page-long proposals for half-a-day workshops in any area related to non-classical logics, broadly construed. We particularly seek for workshops exploring interconnections between non-classical logics and other related areas such as linguistics, artificial intelligence or philosophy. Workshop organizers will be responsible for collecting papers and for setting the final program in agreement with the organizers of the conference.