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Boston University Graduate Student Philosophy Conference: Philosophy of Science

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Boston University Graduate Student Philosophy Conference: Philosophy of Science

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22 abr 9:00 GMT-4 – 23 abr 13:20 GMT-4
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Registration link: https://bit.ly/3qsLr8k

Thursday, April 24

9am-9:50am: What is a data model? An anatomy of data analysis in High Energy Physics

Antonis Antoniou

Commentator: Paul Goldberg

10am-10:50am: Privacy as Protection from Domination

Sophia Wushanley

Commentator: Joel Van Fossen

11am-11:50am: How Machine Learning “Measures” and What We Can Learn From It

Alex Mussgnug

Commentator: Elliott Risch

12pm-12:50pm: Data-Driven Neuroprediction: A Critical Perspective

Giulia Di Rienzo

Commentator: Amber Sheldon

1pm-2pm: Social event

Presenters, organizers, and commentators only!

Friday, April 23

9am-10:20am: Keynote - Where to go with the philosophy of data?

Sabina Leonelli

10:30am-11:20am: How incoherent measurement succeeds. Coordination and success in the measurement of the earth’s polar flattening

Miguel Ohnesorge

Commentator: Leticia Castillo-Brache

11:30am-12:20pm: Emanuel Friedman’s Cervimeter: The Birth of “Normal” Labor and the Dilatation-Time Function

Rebecca Jackson

Commentator: Jack Harris

12:30pm-1:20pm: Can we Infer an Absolute Timescale via Local Data? Lessons from paleoclimatology

Ryan O'Loughlin

Commentator: Aja Watkins

Agenda


  • 50 minutos

    What is a data model? An anatomy of data analysis in High Energy Physics / Antonis Antoniou


  • 50 minutos

    Privacy as Protection from Domination / Sophia Wushanley

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