Let's Phi! Online conference about non-academic career opportunities for philosophers on July 11, 2020
Together with Let’s Phi! we are kicking off a free online event dedicated to philosophy students interested in following non-academic career paths after graduation and we address the information gap which prevents philosophy graduates from making full use of their position at the job market.
Can intended models of mathematical theories change over time? Work In Progress talk at UCLouvain on October 16, 2019
On October 16, 2019, Colin Rittberg and myself will give a joint talk about our upcoming paper on intended models in mathematical practice at the Work In Progress seminar of the CEFISES at UCLouvain, Louvain-la-Neuve. The seminar is open and all interested are invited to join.
Last weekend (March 28 - 30, 2019) our team took first place at Hack Belgium 2019 in the Credible, Engaging Media category (Creating new experiences and new sources of trust).
We were especially interested in the problem of creating smarter media consumers.
[Extended deadline] CfP ExLog 2019: Explaining explanation using new developments in logic and formal semantics (UCLouvain, 6-8 May 2019)
On 6-8 May 2019 we are organising a conference at UCLouvain in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. The full topic of the conference is the following: Explaining explanation using new developments in logic and formal semantics. Hyperintensionality, relevance, counterfactuals, grounding and truth-maker semantics. You can find more information about the scope on the conference website.
The preliminary title of my doctoral dissertation is Hypothetical Reasoning. From Formal Learning Theory to Machine Learning. My research is embedded in a broader project conducted by Peter Verdée entitled Relevance criteria in entailment, epistemic grounding and counterfactuals: semantic and linguistic aspects. The project is funded by Fonds Spécial de Recherche (FSR) and started on March 1, 2017.