CFP: 16th UK and European meeting on the Foundations of Physics

This year’s foundations of physics conference will (at last) take place 6-9 July at the University of Aberdeen. Format and scope will be similar to those of previous years. See for details.

Submissions are encouraged for talks or posters on any topic related to the foundations or philosophy of physics. Please submit a title and abstract (200-400 words) together with your contact details by email to subject line ‘Submission – Foundations of Physics 2010’.

If you submitted already when the conference was first announced in 2009, we can use your previous submission materials. Please send a brief email to to this effect if you wish us to do so.

Deadline for submissions is Monday 22 March 2010. Decisions on the submissions should be expected by the beginning of May.

Financial support from the following institutions is gratefully acknowledged:

•Scots Philosophical Association (SPA)
•British Society for the Philosophy of Science (BSPS)
•Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine (CHSTM), University of Aberdeen
•Royal Institute of Philosophy (RIP)

Please note that no financial assistance will be available to participants other than the reduced conference fee for students made possible through the support by the BSPS.



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3 responses to “CFP: 16th UK and European meeting on the Foundations of Physics

  1. Still can’t believe this thing is set to clash with the BSPS meeting. Heard anything about possible rescheduling?

  2. No, I haven’t heard anything about rescheduling this event. The clash with the BSPS meeting in Dublin is, of course, most unfortunate.

  3. Pingback: 2nd CFP: 16th UK and European meeting on the Foundations of Physics « Taking up Spacetime

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