c:o/re panel @ EASST 2022

The c:o/re Team will be chairing a panel at the EASST conference “Politics of Technoscientific Futures” in Madrid, July 6 to 9, 2022. Our panel “Making Media Futures” focuses on the role of different media in making and disseminating scientific imaginaries of the future and on their variations according to their interactions with different communities and contexts. If you want to contribute to our panel, send us an abstract with your ideas through the conference website form. The full call for abstracts can be found here. The deadline is February 1st, 2022. Looking forward to seeing you in Madrid!

Lecture Series

The public c:o/re lectures series Cultures of Research – Digitalization of Research takes off in December. Here you can find up to date information about our lecture series, bringing leading scholars on matters of science and technology studies, coming from a broad range of perspectives.

Please note that the lecture will be recorded.

01.12.21Joffrey Becker (Fellow c:o/re Aachen, Collège de France): Humans, Machines and the Anthropology of Cybernetic Practices
08.12.21Franck Varenne (Université Rouen Normandie): Computer Simulations Seen from the Standpoint of Symbols
15.12.21Bernd Carsten Stahl (Monfort University Leicester): Artificial Intelligence for a Better Future. An Ecosystem Perspective on the Ethics of AI and Emerging Digital Technologies
12.01.22Johannes Lenhard (TU Kaiserslautern): Traveling with TARDIS. Prediction, Parameterization, and Ontology in Molecular Modeling and Simulation
19.01.22Markus Pantsar (Fellow c:o/re Aachen, University of Helsinki): Developing Artificial Human-Like Numerical Cognition (and Why)
26.01.22Alexandre Hocquet (Fellow c:o/re Aachen, Archives Henri Poincaré): “Only the Initiates Will Have the Secrets Revealed”. The Politics and Materialities of Open Science
02.02.22Jobst Landgrebe (Founder Cognotekt Köln): Certifiable ‘Artificial Intelligence’ for Reliable Systems

Talk by Professor Frederik Stjernfelt @ Institute of English Studies (RWTH Aachen)

Image of Prof. Frederik Stjernfelt

Co-localization as the Elementary Syntax of Generalized Propositions

Image of Prof. Frederik Stjernfelt
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On Monday, November 15th, at 16:30, Professor Frederik Stjernfelt will give a talk (online) in the Colloquium of the Institute of English Studies. Entitled “Co-localization as the Elementary Syntax of Generalized Propositions”, the talk will explore uses of a specific notion of proposition coming from Charles S. Peirce’s semiotics in linguistics and literary studies, broadly. Particularly, Professor Stjernfelt will focus on the notion of co-localization as an elementary requisite of syntax. If you are interested to attend, please contact us.