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Astronomical Observatory of Belgrade

 

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List of participants

Intensive Graduate Course: Computer Simulations and Numerical Experiments in Philosophy of Science – May 2018, University of Belgrade

 

Students (name, affiliation, mentor, dissertation topic/interest):

1.       Deborah Haar, Department of Philosophy, University of Chicago, Illinois. Nick Huggett (Probability, models, simulations)

2.       Nico Formanek, High Performance Computing Centre, Stuttgart. Andreas Kaminski (The transformation of science by computer simulation)

3.       Dina Babushkina, Dept. of Economics and Political Studies, University of Helsinki, Olli Loukola (Moral Self, desire, and motivation by ideals)

4.       Anton Doncev, Dept. of Philosophy and Sociology, New Bulgarian University. Lilia Gurova (Probabilistic Approaches to Confirmation in Natural and Social Sciences)

5.       Thomas Durlacher, Unit for research in identity, politics and societies, University of Luxemburg. Frank Hoffman (Simulating Historical change: A philosophical perspective)

6.       Julian Hauser, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Edinburgh. Mark Sprevak (Self, and modern information technology)

7.       Borut Trpin, Department of Philosophy, University of Ljubljana. Olga Markic/Stephan Hartmann (Influence of conditionals on belief updating)

8.       N.K. Shinod, Humanities and Social Science, IIT Delhi, postdoc. (Thought Experiments and Their Epistemic Roles in Natural Sciences)

9.       Nenad Filipović, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. Vladan Djordević (Conditionals)

10.   Sanja Srećković, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. Miloš Aresnijević (Scientific and philosophial understandings of music)

11.   Jelena Mijić, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. Živan Lazović (Contextualism in epistemology)

12.   Stevan Rakonjac, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. Slobodan Perović (Evidence in  economics)

13.   Jelena Pavličić, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. Živan Lazović (Contextualism in epistemology)

14.   Ana Katić, Dept. Of Philosophz, Universitz of Belgrade, Slobodan Perović (Complexity in biology)

15. Daniel Frey, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Heidelberg University, MA student. (Agent-based modeling, decision theory)

 

Course Assistants:

Vlasta Sikimić, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. Slobodan Perović (Social epistemology of Science)

Jelena Dimitrijević, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. Slobodan Perović (Maxwell's Demon)