Teilnehmer


Ramon Alvarado | University of Kansas
»Epistemic Warrants in Software-Intensive Science«

Hernan Bobadilla Rodriguez | University of Vienna
»Causality in Seismic Models: Advancing Explanations and Predictions in Seismology«

Dr. Juan Durán | HLRS Stuttgart
»Explaining Simulated Phenomena. A Defense of the Epistemic Power of Computer Simulation«

Mariya Dzhimova | TU Munich
»The Performativity of Simulated Futures of Power Networks and the Production of Anticipatory Knowledge«

Seth R. Erickson | University of California LA
»Conspicuous Computing - Software Development as a Knowledge Practice«

Nico Formanek | HLRS Stuttgart
»The Transformation of Science by Computer Simulation«

Simon Hirsbrunner | University of Siegen
»Mapping Local Futures: Interface, Network and Friction in Online Mappings of Climate Change Impacts«

Michal Hladký | University of Geneva
»In Silico Experiments in Neuroscience«

Anneke Janssen | MECS, Leuphana University of Lüneburg
»Applying Randomness«

Dawid Kasprowicz | MECS, Leuphana University of Lüneburg
»Immersion. A History of Knowledge«

Daan Kolkman | University of Surrey
»Models in Policy Making«

Katerena Kuksenok | University of Washington
»How Interaction between Programming and Scientific Practices Shapes Modes of Inquiry in Four Oceanography Teams«

Daniel Kurzawe | Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich
»A Simulation about the Scientific Research Process«

Hildrun Lampe | HLRS Stuttgart
»Computer Simulations as Basis for Political Decisions«

Guilherme Sanches de Oliveira | University of Cincinnati
»Scientific Modeling without Representationalism«

Thomas Turnbull | University of Oxford, MECS, Leuphana University of Lüneburg
»Saving Energy With Computer Simulations«

Alena Wackerbarth | HLRS Stuttgart
»Virtual Reality (VR) in Rehabilitation: An Empirical Study«