Workshop "The Experimental Side of Modeling" (3)

San Francisco State University        FRI-SAT SEPT 16-17, 2011

LOCATION: Friday morning BURK HALL 226; Friday afternoon and Saturday, HUMANITIES 587

Free but registration is required. Contact: Isabelle Peschard

Program and videos of lectures of the 2009 Workshop "The Experimental Side of Modeling" (1) Program and lectures of the
2010 Workshop "The Experimental Side of Modeling" (2)
DIRECTIONS: to campus and on the campus

Modeling and Experimenting as Situated Activities
This third workshop in the series will focus on how modeling and experimenting are situated activities: what does it mean that they are situated, what are the features of the situation that are relevant to modeling and experimenting, how does this situation influence the construction or evaluation of models?

Ronald Giere (U Minnesota)
Jenann Ismael (U Arizona)
Deborah Mayo (Virginia Tech)
Paul Teller (UC Davis)
Eric Winsberg (U South Florida)
Alison Wylie (U Washington)
and special joint symposium with
The San Francisco Bay Area Feminism and Philosophy Workshop (BayFAP):
      Seppo Poutanen (U Turku) and Ásta Kristjana Sveinsdottir (SFSU)


Commentators-at-Large include:

 Krista Lawlor (Stanford University), Janet Stemwedel (San Jose State University), John Sullins (Sonoma State University), Andrea Woody (U Washington), Zanja Yudell (CSU Chico)