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Large-scale semantic processing and strong computer assistance of mathematics and science is our inevitable future. New combinations of AI and reasoning methods and tools deployed over large mathematical and scientific corpora will be instrumental to this task. The AITP conference is the forum for discussing how to get there as soon as possible, and the force driving the progress towards that.



There will be several focused sessions on AI for ATP, ITP, mathematics, relations to general AI (AGI), Formal Abstracts, linguistic processing of mathematics/science, modern AI and big-data methods, and several sessions with contributed talks. The focused sessions will be based on invited talks and discussion oriented. AITP'24 is planned as an in-person conference. Virtual participation may be possible in exceptional situations.

Confirmed Participants/Speakers/Panelists (TBC)

João AraújoUniversidade Nova de Lisboa
Henk BarendregtRadboud University Nijmegen
Mario CarneiroCarnegie Mellon / Chalmers University
Thibault GauthierCzech Technical University in Prague
Ben GoertzelSingularityNET
Georges GonthierINRIA
Sean HoldenUniversity of Cambridge
Jan JakubuvCzech Technical University in Prague
Mikoláš JanotaUniversity of Lisbon
Moa JohanssonChalmers University
Cezary KaliszykUniversity of Innsbruck
Peter KoepkeUniversity of Bonn
Konstantin KorovinThe University of Manchester
Tomáš MikolovCzech Technical University in Prague
Miroslav OlsakUniversity of Cambridge
J.D. PhillipsNorthern Michigan University
Michael RawsonTU Wien, Austria
Stephan SchulzDHBW Stuttgart
Martin SudaCzech Technical University in Prague
Josef UrbanCzech Technical University in Prague
Sean WelleckCarnegie Mellon University
Zsolt ZomboriAlfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics

Invited talks (TBA)


AITP solicits contributed talks. Selection of those will be based on extended abstracts/short papers of 2 pages (excluding references) formatted with easychair.cls. Submission is via EasyChair. Accepted contributions will be published in an informal book of abstracts available from this website. The extended abstracts are considered non-archival.

Contributed talks

Nil Geisweiller. Meta-Reasoning in MeTTa for Inference Control via Provably Pruning the Search Tree.
Thibault Gauthier and Josef Urban. Solving One-Third of the OEIS from Scratch.
Martin Suda. Two Learning Operators for Clause Selection Guidance: An Experimental Evaluation.
Thibault Gauthier. Synthesis of Arithmetical Programs for Ramsey Graphs.
Michael Rawson, Zsolt Zombori, Maximilian Doré and Christoph Wernhard. Project Proposal: Forward Reasoning in Hindsight.
Zsolt Zombori, Pál Zsámboki, Ádám Fraknói, Máté Gedeon and Andras Kornai. Language Models, Mathematics, Embeddings.
Jelle Piepenbrock, Mikolas Janota, Josef Urban and Jan Jakubuv. Integrating graph neural networks into cvc5.
Jonathan Julian Huerta Y Munive. Isabelle/RL Project Proposal: Reinforcement learning on the Isabelle proof assistant.
Zarathustra Goertzel. ATPs as Universal AIs: What Do AGI Architectures Suggest for ATP Research?
Daniel Ranalter and Cezary Kaliszyk. Learning to Prove in Dependent Higher-Order Logic.
Martin Kolář. MATPROVE Dataset - Mathematical Problem-solving Dataset of Lessons and Exercises.
Christoph Wernhard and Zsolt Zombori. Exploring Metamath Proof Structures.
Andrei Kozyrev, Gleb Solovev, Nikita Khramov and Anton Podkopaev. CoqPilot, a plugin for LLM-based generation of proofs.
Gonçalo Araújo. AI/TP Methods for maximizing generality and tractability of algebras.
Sujoy Mukherjee, Daniel Scofield and Petr Vojtechovsky. Recognizing algebraic properties from multiplication tables.
Brando Miranda. Lean4AI: Enhancing LLMs for General Reasoning Through Interactive Theorem Prover Integration.
Sho Sonoda, Naoto Onda, Kei Tsukamoto, Fumiya Uchiyama, Akiyoshi Sannai and Wataru Kumagai. Automated Theorem Proving by HyperTree Proof Search with Retrieval-Augmented Tactic Generator.
Adam Dingle. A Natural-Language Proof Assistant for Higher-Order Logic.
Thomas Reichel and Talia Ringer. ProofDB: A prototype natural language Coq search engine.
Jan Jakubuv, Mikolas Janota and Josef Urban. Solving Hard Mizar Problems with Instantiation and Strategy Invention.
Kristina Aleksandrova, Jan Jakubuv and Cezary Kaliszyk. Prover9 Unleashed: Automated Configuration for Enhanced Proof Discovery.
Jan Hula, Jiří Janeček, David Mojžíšek and Mikoláš Janota. Do Language Models See a Space?
Nour Dekhil, Adnan Rashid and Sofiene Tahar. Proof Recommendation System for the HOL4 Theorem Prover.
Jiewen Hu, Thomas Zhu and Sean Welleck. miniCTX: Neural Theorem Proving with Long Contexts.
Adrian De Lon. Naproche-ZF: lessons learned from implementing a new natural-language-oriented theorem prover.
Irina Starikova. Can AI prove creatively?.
Adam Vandervorst and Anneline Daggelinckx. Towards Safe Agents with Graph Rewriting.
Evan Lohn and Sean Welleck. miniCodeProps: a Minimal Benchmark for Proving Properties of Code.
Sólrún Halla Einarsdóttir, Emily First and Moa Johansson. On Lemma Conjecturing using Neural, Symbolic and Neuro-symbolic approaches.
Shubhra Mishra. A Study of Knowledge Distillation for Theorem Proving in Small Language Models.
Michail Karatarakis. Leveraging Large Language Models for Autoformalizing Theorems: A Case Study.
Yutaka Nagashima and Daniel Sebastian Goc. Proof By Abduction in Isabelle/HOL.
David Valente, Manuel Eberl, Cezary Kaliszyk and Josef Urban. Project Description: Experiments with Language Models for Isabelle Autoformalization.
Brando Miranda, Aryan Gulati, Eric Chen, Kai Fronsdal, Emily Xia and Bruno Dumont. Putnam-MATH: A Functional and Static Benchmark for Measuring Higher Level Mathematical Reasoning.

Program Committee (TBC)

Jasmin Christian BlanchetteLMU Munich
David CernaCzech Academy of Sciences
Michael R. Douglas (co-chair)Stony Brook University
Ulrich FurbachUniversity of Koblenz
Thibault GauthierCzech Technical University in Prague
Thomas C. Hales (co-chair)University of Pittsburgh
Sean HoldenUniversity of Cambridge
Mikoláš JanotaUniversity of Lisbon
Moa JohanssonChalmers University
Cezary Kaliszyk (co-chair)University of Innsbruck
Michael KinyonUniversity of Denver
Peter KoepkeUniversity of Bonn
Konstantin KorovinThe University of Manchester
Mirek OlsakUniversity of Cambridge
Bartosz PiotrowskiIDEAS NCBR
Michael RawsonTU Wien
Stephan Schulz (co-chair)DHBW Stuttgart
Martin SudaCzech Technical University in Prague
Josef Urban (co-chair)Czech Technical University in Prague
Sean WelleckCarnegie Mellon University
Zsolt ZomboriAlfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics


Georges GonthierINRIA
Cezary KaliszykUniversity of Innsbruck
Josef UrbanCzech Technical University in Prague

Pictures from the previous conferences

Location, Prices and Further Local Information

The conference will take place from September 1 to September 6 2024 in the CNRS Paul-Langevin Conference Center located in the mountain village of Aussois in Savoy. Dominated by the "Dent Parrachée", one of the highest peaks of La Vanoise, Aussois is located on a sunny plateau at 1500 m altitude, offering a magnificent panorama of the surrounding mountains and a direct access to the downhill ski slopes or cross country slopes in winter. The total price for accommodation and food for the five days will be around 600 EUR.


The first meal is dinner on September 1st and the last meal is lunch on September 6th. Aussois is less than 2h from the airports of Lyon, Geneve, Chambery, Annecy, Grenoble and Turin.

We will organize a bus to Aussois from Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne at around 19:10 pm on Sunday, September 1st. (Note that the Modane station is still not reachable by trains, but you can get there by a bus.) Our bus will wait for the TGV train from Paris arriving to Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne at 18:25 (starting at 14:48 in Paris) and the train from Milan arriving at 19:00 (starting at 14:10 in Milan). If you plan to travel to Aussois on your own, there are taxis and alternative buses from Modane ( - the Aussois Le Coin stop is just above the center).

We have not yet set the time for the departure of the bus/taxis after lunch on September 6th. This will be optimized based on your departure flights. The center will likely close after our last session on Friday. If you want to stay for the weekend, the center recommends Hotel des Mottets which is 5 minutes from the center and their prices are very reasonable: . If you have more questions/notes, put them into the registration form and/or look into the FAQ.