An interdisciplinary workshop on Information: Space, Time, and Identity
The Open University and the MK Gallery, Milton Keynes, UK

8-10 April 2013
The Difference That Makes a Difference series of workshops is a forum for interdisciplinary sharing of insights on the nature of information.

The first workshop (DTMD 2011) took place in Milton Keynes 7th-9th September 2011 with delegates from across the world and representing a wide range of disciplines.

Department of Philosophy, Durham University
20th-21st May 2013

Call for Abstracts – Deadline: Friday 19th April 2013

Event date: 
Monday, May 20, 2013 (All day) to Tuesday, May 21, 2013 (All day)

The AISB is now hosting a series of workshops to be held across the country, covering a wide range of themes pertinent to the aims of the AISB. If you are interested in hosting one of these events, you will find information on what you will need to do on this page:

Munich, 26 February 2013

The workshop is the mid-term event within a three-year research project funded by the DFG on Models of information search: A theoretical and empirical synthesis. The project is part of the wider DFG Priority ProgramNew frameworks of rationality (SSP 1516), launched in 2010 to promote the collaboration between psychologists, philosophers and other related research communities towards an integrated approach to the study of human rationality. The meeting is free to attend and will take place in the Statistics Seminar Room, Ludwigstrasse 31/33, first floor.

Friday May 10, 2013, Kungshuset, Lundgård -

This workshop is held as part a recently launched multi-year project of the "Lund University Knowledge and Information Quality Research Group (LU-IQ)." The workshop addresses all aspects of the Philosophy of Information and Information Quality.

Three workshops on the philosophy of information in 2013

Three workshops on the philosophy of information in 2013, a quick overview.

CfP: Turing in Context II

This meeting is the second Turing in Context event during the 2012 Turing centennial. The first was held at King's College, Cambridge, 18-19 February 2012. It was an outreach event for the general academic public with invited speakers only. Turing in Context II is a research meeting meant for experts in the fields touched by Turing's contributions to science.


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