Talks

Keynote

  1. October 2019. Dark Data y los nuevos desafíos para Open Data y Open Science, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Argentina.
  2. June 2019. Two viewpoints for philosophically analyzing computer simulations. International Association for Computing and Philosophy (IACAP) – Annual Meeting. Mexico City, Mexico.
  3. July 2018. The ethics of computer simulations: challenges and perspectives for the future of science and technology. 8th International Conference on Simulation and Modeling. Methodologies, Technologies, and Applications. Porto, Portugal. You can find a video of my Keynote here
  4. November 2017 El giro computacional en la filosofía de la ciencia. XIX Foro Interno de Filosofía & III Congreso de Filósofos del Caribe – Universidad del Atlántico. Colombia.

Invited lectures

  1. March 2020. Issues in Explainable Artificial Intelligence 2: Understanding and Explaining in Healthcare, Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, University of Cambridge.
  2. June 2019. Ethical concerns in scientific and engineering research with computer simulations. Master of Science Engineering and Policy Analysis. Delft University of Technology – Campus The Hague.
  3. May 2019. Dark Data in Big Data and the Scientific Data Officer, Research Data Management. Data Champions. Delft University of Technology.
  4. March 2019. Responsible research and innovation – H2020 – MSCA ACHIEVE-ITN, Instituto de Microelectrónica Sevilla (IMSE-cnm), Universidad de Sevilla, Spain.
  5. March 2018. Meet the author. Round table to discuss my forthcoming book: Computer simulations in science and engineering. Concepts – Practices – Perspectives. Springer. Escuela de Filosofía y Humanidades. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Argentina.
  6. March 2018. Una aproximación a la historia y filosofía de las simulaciones computacionales, Escuela de Filosofía y Humanidades. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Argentina.
  7. March 2018. March 2018. Understanding the role of computational methods in science, Department of Mathematics. James Madison University. USA.
  8. March 2018. Computer simulations: the history and philosophy of a concept, Department of Philosophy. University of Virginia. USA.
  9. January 2017. Making the difference more visible: on mathematical models and simulation models, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie. Germany.
  10. November 2016. The discreet charm of contemporary scientific practice: Big Data and the problem of causality. The scientific practice of Big Data. HLRS, University of Stuttgart.
  11. October 2015. Philosophy of computer simulations or philosophy of science (focused on computer simulations)? , HLRS. University of Stuttgart.
  12. May 2012. Historical introduction and overview of multi-scale modeling, Graduate School SRC-SimTech, University of Stuttgart.
  13. June 2011. Why computer simulations are epistemic devices, Institut d’Histoire et des Philosophie des Sciences et des Techniques, University Pantheón-Sorbonne.
  14. June 2011. Epistemological status of simulations, HLRS. University of Stuttgart.

Conferences (shortlist)

  1. August 2019. Computational reliabilism: building trust in medical simulations. Division of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science and Technology. Czech Technical University, Prague, Czechia.
  2. November 2018. Grounds for trust: Essential Epistemic Opacity and Computational Reliabilism. Science and Art of Simulation ’18. University of Stuttgart. Germany. With N. Formanek
  3. March 2018. The historical and philosophical roots of computer simulations. Models and Simulations 8. University of South Carolina. USA.
  4. October 2018. Computer simulations: the history of a concept and its philosophical footprint. 4th International Conference on the History and Philosophy of Computing. Masaryk University. Czech Republic.
  5. May 2018 (unable to attend) On the explanatory force of computer simulations. Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science. University of Regina. Canada.
  6. October 2017. Computer simulations: the history of a concept and its philosophical footprint. 4th International Conference on the History and Philosophy of Computing. Masaryk University. Czech Republic.
  7. July 2017. (unable to attend) Un análisis de la arquitectura de modelos simulacionales. IV Congreso Iberoamericano de Filosofía de la Ciencia y la Tecnología. Cultura Científica y Cultura Tecnológica. Universidad de Salamanca. Spain.
  8. June 2017. A survey on computer simulations and mathematical models. SILFS 2017 – Triennial International Conference of the Italian Society for Logic and Philosophy of Science. University of Bologna. Italy.
  9. May 2016. Computer simulations and big-data science: reviewing similarities and differences. The Forum on Philosophy, Engineering & Technology (fPET), Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nüremberg. Germany.
  10. June 2016. Entrenching the epistemological side of computer simulations: explanation and unification, III Congreso de Graduados de la Sociedad de Lógica, Metodología y Filosofía de la Ciencia en España. Universidad de Valencia, España
  11. May 2016. Computer simulations and big-data science: reviewing similarities and differences, The Forum on Philosophy, Engineering & Technology (fPET), Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany.
  12. September 2015. Varying the explanatory span: scientific explanation in computer simulations, German Society for Analytic Philosophy. Osnabrück University, Germany
  13. August 2015. Variedades de simulación(es), AFRA 2015. Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Argentina. Authors: Durán, J. M. and Ilcic, A.
  14. July 2015. Summer School:Scientific explanation and computer simulations, USS-SWC 2015. University of Vienna, Austria.
  15. September 2014. Simulaciones computacionales como singularidad en las ciencias empíricas, IX Encuentro de Filosofía de la Ciencia del Cono Sur – XXV Jornadas de Epistemología e Historia de la Ciencia, Argentina.