The European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI) is a yearly recurring event, which has been organized since 1989. An ESSLLI Summer School provides an interdisciplinary setting in which courses and workshops are offered in logic, linguistics and computer science. Courses (foundational, introductory and advanced) and workshops cover a wide variety of topics within three interdisciplinary areas of interest: language and computation, logic and language, and logic and computation. In addition to the workshops and courses there are usually four evening lectures, given by prominent researchers, on topics that are at the forefront of research in logic, language and computer science, also from wider scientific, historical, and philosophical perspectives. Its relevance to students of artificial intelligence is evident.