The Oxford Philosophy of Physics Graduate Conference
6-7th February 2019, Exeter College, Oxford
Keynote Speaker: Eleanor Knox (KCL)
The submission deadline for papers is 9th December.
We welcome submissions in all areas of philosophy of physics and philosophy of science, particularly from those belonging to underrepresented groups.
Call for Papers: Conference on the Foundations of Cosmology and Quantum Gravity (FCQG 2020)
At New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) on January 19-21, 2020.
The conference is being jointly sponsored by the NYUAD Institute and two generous grants from the Templeton Foundation—one supporting the ‘Beyond Spacetime’ project based at Illinois-Chicago and Geneva, and the other supporting the `New Directions in Philosophy of Cosmology’ based at UC-Irvine and Western University.
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS INCLUDE
Nic Teh, Dennis Lehmkuhl and James Read are very happy to announce the first Oxford-Notre Dame-Bonn workshop on the foundations of spacetime theories. The workshop will be held in Pembroke College, Oxford, 3rd-4th September 2019. Please see here for a provisional programme. Space is limited, so those wishing to reserve a place should email James Read in advance.
We are delighted to announce the Second Chilean Conference on the Philosophy of Physics. The conference will be hosted by the Philosophy Institute at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. It will be held in Santiago, between december 4 and 6.
We invite scholars to submit an abstract of 500-1000 words to email@example.com, before september 5. Notifications by september 20.
Jeffrey Bub (University of Maryland)
Michel Janssen (University of Minnesota)
Juha Saatsi (University of Leeds)
For any questions, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please visit https://philphyschile.wixsite.com/2019
Second Irvine-London-Munich-PoliMi-Salzburg Conference in Philosophy and Foundations of Physics
Dates: September 2-3, 2019
Venue: HS 301, Franziskanergasse 1, 5020 Salzburg (Austria)
Organizing committee: Erik Curiel (Munich), Patricia Palacios (Salzburg), Bryan Roberts (LSE), Giovanni Valente (Milan), Jim Weatherall (Irvine), and Charlotte Werndl (Salzburg)
Call for Papers
*Call for Participation* and *Call for Papers*
*PHILOSOPHY OF COSMOLOGY*
*XXII International Summer School in Philosophy of Physics*
17-20 June 2019, Urbino, Italy
The topic of the school is “Philosophy of Cosmology” and will feature lectures given by Christopher Smeenk (Western University, and Director of the Rotman Institute of Philosophy), Erik Curiel (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München), and afternoon seminars given by Alfio Bonanno (INAF, Catania Astrophysical Observatory), Elena Pian (INAF, Astrophysics and Space Science Observatory, Bologna), Vincenzo Fano (University of Urbino) and Giovanni Macchia (University of Urbino).
Politecnico di Milano, Department of Mathematics – March 11, 2019
Quantum Mechanics is our most successful theory to account for the microscopic world. Yet, it is still beset with outstanding interpretational questions that have intrigued physicists, mathematicians and philosophers for almost a century. The present workshop aims at exploring some of the major foundational problems that arose already in the early formulations of the theory and continue to plague our understanding of quantum probabilities. The invited speakers are Michael Cuffaro (Western Ontario\Munich\Vienna), Molly Kao (Montreal), Miklos Rédei (London\Munich) and Jos Uffink (Minnesota). For more information on the program visit http://www.meta.polimi.it/?page_id=263&lang=en or contact Giovanni Valente (Politecnico di Milano) at email@example.com