Conference on Computational Methods and the Future of Science
Abstr. due: 01.02.2019
Dates: 14.06.19 — 15.06.19
Area Of Sciences: Philosophy;
Organizing comittee e-mail: email@example.com
Organizers: Department of Philosophy, University of Kansas
The widespread use of computing technologies in inquiry has changed the way we come to know, understand, and manipulate our world. As scientists and engineers continue to develop and integrate these instruments into a growing range of contexts, questions about their role and influence arise for philosophers, historians of science, and others in the humanities. This conference welcomes contributions from all disciplines, but especially from philosophy – that address ethical, epistemological, and methodological aspects of the influence of technology on science.
We are especially open to contributions that address fundamental questions about the nature of inquiry and computation.
We are inviting abstracts of around 500 words for 35-minute talks with 15 minutes of additional time for discussion. We hope to publish a selection of the accepted papers in an edited volume or a special issue of a journal.
This conference features keynotes fromGualtiero PiccininiandPaul Humphreys.
Among the events currently planned is an interdisciplinary round-table discussion of computational methods in science from early career researchers from across the sciences.
Conference Web-Site: https://philevents.org/event/show/66286
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