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On this page, we report events which are organized by the MSIO project, or where its members are involved to a substantial degree.

11th MuST Conference “Models of Explanation”, Turin, 13-15 June 2018.

Together with Vincenzo Crupi from the LLC at Turin, we will organize a three-day conference on models of explanation, including approaches from philosophy of science, cognitive science/neuroscience/psychology and physics. Our keynote speakers are Peter Brössel, Lina Jansson, Tania Lombrozo, and Michael Strevens. Stay tuned!

Workshop “Perspectives on Scientific Error”, Tilburg, 26-27 June 2017.

At the end of the academic year, several well-known philosophers of science, statisticians and methodologists will make it to Tilburg to discuss the role of error in science, as well as new methods to improve statistical inference. We will be welcoming Daniël Lakens, Édouard Machery, Barbara Osimani and Eric-Jan Wagenmakers. Check out the event here!  And click here for a direct link to the program.

10th Munich-Sydney-Tilburg (MuST) Conference “Causation and Complexity”, Sydney, 1-3 March 2017.

The MuST conference is an annual conference series in philosophy of science, which rotates between the LMU Munich, the University of Sydney and Tilburg University. It has grown from a continuous collaboration between these three universities, which is also witnessed by the large number of visits researchers pay to each other. This time, the main speakers are Anne-Marie Grisogono, Stuart Kauffman and Kevin Korb. Check out the event here!

5th René Descartes Lectures, Tilburg, 5-7 September 2016: Science, Values and Democracy.

The René Descartes Lectures is a bi-annual conference series organized by the research center TiLPS at Tilburg University. This year’s main speaker was Professor Heather Douglas (Waterloo), seconded by six notable commentators: Matthew J. Brown, Arthur Petersen, Kristina Rolin, Eric Schliesser, Daniel Steel, and Torsten Wilholt. Check out the conference page for details! Click here if you want to directly get to the conference program.

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