Members oral communications

13th October 2017
Stéphanie Ruphy : «Quels modèles pour quels objectifs de la recherche »
→ “Le bon gouvernement de la recherche, pour une pluralité des modèles de la recherche” – Collège de France, Paris, France
http://www.qsf.fr/2017/09/21/colloque-qsf-le-bon-gouvernement-de-la-recherche-pour-une-pluralite-des-modeles-de-recherche/


6th-9th September 2017
Baptiste Bedessem : Poster Presentation « Exploring the unknown? A pragmatist perspective on the governance of science »
→ 6th Conference of the European Philosophy of Science Association, Exeter, England

Link: http://philsci.eu/epsa17


31st August – 2nd September 2017
Haris Shekeris : «Trust in Science, Wicked problems and Democracy»
→ Workshop “Trust, Expert Opinion and Policy”, Dublin, Ireland
Link : https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/trust-expert-opinion-and-policy-tickets-36168328444#


30th August 2017
Stéphanie Ruphy : Lecture « What is a responsible scientist? »,
→  
« ENPOSS17 (European School on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies »


6th – 8th July 2017
Haris Shekeris : «Expert groups, policy-making and living together »
→ “Information, Epistemic Norms, and Democratic Choice – Beyond and Below the State” – Raitenhaslach, Germany
Conference Announcement Link (in German)


7th – 9th June 2017
Stéphanie Ruphy : «Science et valeurs », Invited talk
→ “Ethique de la recherche et responsabilité sociale” – Université de Lyon, Lyon France
Conference Programme Link
Video link


7th – 9th June 2017
Haris Shekeris : «Scientists’ guidance in the formulation of STI policy – a necessity or a hurdle to democratisation? »
→ “The Future of STI – The Future of STI Policy” – Eu-SPRI Annual Conference, Vienna Austria
Link : http://euspri-vienna2017.org/


17th – 19th May 2017
Haris Shekeris : Poster presentation : «Citizen-led or scientist-led futures? »
→ 3rd European Technology Assessment Conference, Cork, Ireland
Link : http://cork2017.technology-assessment.info/


12th – 13th April 2017
Haris Shekeris : «Scientific expert committees, wicked problems and procedure»
→ Workshop “Group decision-making in scientific expert committees”, Tilburg, The Netherlands
Link : https://expertgroups17.wordpress.com/


14th March 2017
Stéphanie Ruphy : « Recherche libre vs. recherche finalisée : l’inattendu n’est pas toujours où on l’attend »,
→  
« Science et société » Seminar, SPH, Université de Bordeaux Montaigne, France


11th January 2017
Stéphanie Ruphy : « L’imprévisibilité en science, un argument pour la liberté de recherche? »,
→  
Grandes conférences Archives Poincaré, Nancy, France


28th November 2016
Stéphanie Ruphy : « Can public engagement with science improve scientific knowledge and expertise? »,
→  
SCIECONS – Science and Conspiracy Conference, University of Padua, Italy


16th – 17th November 2016
Haris Shekeris : Conference participation : Public Engagement for Research, Practice and Policy – Exploring Policy Options for Responsible Research, Sustainability and Innovation,
→ CASI and PE2020 High-level Policy Conference, Brussels, Belgium
Link : http://www.casi2020.eu/casi-policy-conference-2016/


7th November 2016
Renaud Fine, Haris Shekeris, Ismaël Benslimane : Workshop participation : Séminaire Recherche et Innovation Responsables
→ La Casemate – Université Grenoble Alpes, France
Link : http://lacasemate.fr/programmation/seminaire-recherche-et-innovation-responsables-grenoble/


3rd November 2016
Baptiste Bedessem, Stephanie Ruphy : «Serendipity : An argument for scientific freedom ? »
→ The Philosophy of Science Association (PSA) Biennial Meeting, 2016, United States
Link : http://philsci.org/9-psa-biennial-meeting/1026-psa2016-program-and-submission-information


29th September 2016
Renaud Fine : « Ordonner la science dans une société démocratique »,
→ Rencontres Doctorales Internationales de Philosophie des Sciences (RDIPS), Paris, France
Link : http://www.sps-philoscience.org/informations/actualite.php?id=49&PHPSESSID=u26iq25hf3de6vb1jrhds2a6q5


12-14 September 2016
Stéphanie Ruphy : « Public participation in scientific and technological choices »,
→ International conference « Innovation beyond technique »  Tokyo, Japan


4-6 September 2016
Stéphanie Ruphy : « Scientific freedom vs. political control of the sciences agenda: how philosophy of science can help reconcile the two »,
→  
The Pond Inuagural Conference, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Video link (on Youtube)


28th August 2016
Stéphanie Ruphy : Lecture « What is a responsible scientist? »,
→  
« ENPOSS16 (European School on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies »


8th July 2016
Renaud Fine : « A non-ideal way of democratizing scientific policies? », → Univie Summer School – Scientific World Conceptions (USS-SWC)   Summer School theme : « Science, Values, and Democracy? », Vienna, Austria
Link : https://www.univie.ac.at/ivc/SWC/


29th June – 1st July 2016
Baptiste Bedessem, Stephanie Ruphy : « L’imprévisibilité de la science: un argument pour la liberté de la recherche? La découverte des ARNi comme étude de cas »
→ 6ème conférence de la Société de Philosophie des Sciences, Lausanne, Switzerland
Link : http://wp.unil.ch/sps2016


8-11th March 2016
Torsten Wilholt : « Cognitive Interests and Scientific Objectivity »,
GWP2016, International conference of the Gesellschaft für Wissenschaftsphilosophie, Universität Düsseldorf, Germany
Link: http://www.wissphil.de/gwp2016/


27th January 2016
Vincent Guillin : «’Vivre au grand jour” : Structure normative de la science et régulation morale des savants chez Auguste Comte »,
→ Université Laval, Faculté de philosophie, Québec, Canada


January 2016
Julian Reiss : «Truth and the myth of objectivity in economics»,
→ National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan


11th January 2016
Stéphanie Ruphy : «What is a responsible scientist?»,
→ conference-debate, ERCA 2016 (European Research Course on Atmospheres), Grenoble, France


3rd December 2015
Vincent Guillin : «The Normative Structure of Science and the Moral Regulation of Scientists: Sociological Analysis and Institutional Polemics in Auguste Comte»
→ DEMOCRASCI Workshop, The Value-Free Ideal in Economics Workshop Durham University, Durham, England
Link : https://www.democrasci.com/democrasci-the-value-free-ideal-in-economics-workshop/


5-6th November 2015
Torsten Wilholt : «  Integrating Ethics and Epistemology of Scientific Research » , Invited talk
→ 10 Jahre IZWT / A Decade of Science and Technology Research: Past Insights & Future Challenges, Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany


28-29th October 2015
Torsten Wilholt : « The Constructive Functions of Dissent in Science and Their Limitations», Invited talk
→ International conference, The Epistemic Role of Manufactured Dissent in Climate Science KIT/ITAS, Karlsruhe, Germany


12th October 2015
Torsten Wilholt : «The Ongoing Quest for a Substantial Conception of Objectivity»
→ Values and Theories: A Workshop on the Occasion of Martin Carrier’s 60th Birthday, ZiF, Bielefeld, Germany
Link : http://www.uni-bielefeld.de/philosophie/personen/cmenke/values-theories.html


27th September 2015
Julian Reiss : «Truth and the myth of objectivity in economics»
→ 6th CES International seminar on the foundations of economics, Lisbon, Portugal


24th September 2015
Torsten Wilholt : «Why and in What Sense Ought Scientific Research to Be Free?», Invited talk
→ Distinguished Lecturer Series of the Berlin School of Mind and Brain, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany


23-26th September 2015
Baptiste Bedessem : Poster Presentation « Serendipity: An argument for scientific freedom? »
→ 5th Conference of the European Philosophy of Science Association, Düsseldorf, Germany

Link: http://philsci.eu/epsa15


June 2015
Julian Reiss : «Truth and the myth of objectivity in economics», Invited keynote address
→ Metaeconomics conference, Gdansk, Poland


2nd-3rd June 2015
Stéphanie Ruphy : «Public participation in the setting of research agenda: challenges from a philosophical perspectives»
→ International Workshop “Engaging Society in Innovation and Creativity: Perspectives from Social Sciences and Humanities”, CNRS/EHESS-FFJ-JST/RISTEX, Paris, France
Link : http://ffj.ehess.fr/upload/Actualites/Events/20150602_Program.pdf


27th May 2015
Stéphanie Ruphy : «Traiter la politique d’une manière positive » : empirisme sociologique, expertise scientifique et expérimentalisme social dans la « philosophie positive » d’Auguste Comte»
→ Congrès de la Société de Philosophie du Québec, Rimouski, Canada


6-7th March 2015
Torsten Wilholt : «Epistemology and Scientific Autonomy», Invited talk
→ Dansk Filosofisk Selskabs Årsmøde 2015: Frihed og nødvendighed (conference of the Danish philosophical society), Aarhus Universitet, Denmark


6th January 2015
Stéphanie Ruphy : «Quelles formes de limitation de l’autonomie de la science sont (épistémologiquement) acceptables et (politiquement) désirables»
→ SND, Paris, France