MuST10: Causation and Complexity
1 March @ 8:00 am - 3 March @ 5:00 pm$10 - $50
Causation and Complexity is the tenth Munich-Sydney-Tilburg Conference in the Philosophy of Science, an international collaborative conference series with a distinctive focus on philosophical issues in the sciences that can be addressed using exact reasoning and which have some potential policy relevance. MuST conferences bring together philosophers and scientists to explore these topics.
Prof. Stuart Kauffman
One of the most distinguished scholars of complexity, Stuart Kauffman is the author of several acclaimed books, including The Origins of Order: Self Organization and Selection in Evolution (OUP 1993), At Home in the Universe: The Search for Laws of Self-Organization and Complexity (OUP 1995), and Humanity in a Creative Universe (OUP 2016)
Prof. Anne-Marie Grisogono
Currently Professor at the Flinders Centre for Science Education in the 21st Century (Science21), Anne-Marie Grisogono spent more than twenty years as a researcher at Australia’s Defence Science and Technology Organisation applying complex systems science to the problems of understanding and intervening in large human organisations
Prof. Kevin Korb
Kevin Korb is a Reader in the Faculty of Information Technology at Monash University. He specialises in the theory and practice of causal discovery in Bayesian networks, machine learning, evaluation theory, the philosophy of scientific method, and informal logic.
About the conference
- Munich Centre for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP), Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich
- Sydney Centre for the Foundations of Science (SCFS), University of Sydney
- Tilburg Centre for Logic, Ethics and Philosophy of Science (TiLPS), University of Tilburg
Funded by the Sydney Centre for the Foundations of Science and the Centre for Complex
Systems, University of Sydney.