Trust in Science

E-Mail Adresse für Einreichungen: philo.hlrs.de/openconf/openconf.php
Deadline: 15.06.2021
Call-Bezeichnung: Call for Applications
Ort: Stuttgart
Datum: 27.10.2021
Uhrzeit: 10:00 Uhr
Ende: 28.10.2021 17:00
Veranstaltende Institution: High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart

Conference series: Science and Art of Simulation(SAS)


Venue: High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart, Germany (HLRS) 27-28th of October 2021

Depending on the covid situation in autumn the conference might be held partially or completely online.




Interested scientists, philosophers, sociologists, historians, mathematicians, and journalists can submit contributions on the following topics (non-exclusive):

- The epistemology of trust in science (e.g. increasing trust through replication, RCTs, etc.)

- Trust as an epistemic virtue

- Scientist trusting scientist

- Benchmarks, measures, criteria for trustworthy science?

- Principles, guidelines, best practices as attempts to make science trustworthy

- The public trusting scientists/science (communicating scientific results)

- Role of publishing raw research data for creating trust

- Images of science and scientists in public

- The role of trust for science in an open society

- Historical perspectives on trust in science

- Coping with doubt in the sciences

- Trusting or doubting computer methods, especially AI and computer simulation

- Algorithmic Bias


Dates & Deadlines

Abstracts (max. 3,000 characters including spaces without references) can be submitted until 15th June 21. Submissions should be prepared for anonymous review (no information identifying the author). Applicants will be notified latest by 15th July 21. Accepted papers will be published in a proceeding volume by Springer.



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