Gabriele Gramelsberger

Prof. Dr. Gabriele Gramelsberger is a philosopher of science and one of the two directors of c:o/re. Since 2017, she holds the Chair for Theory of Science and Technology at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the RWTH Aachen University. She is a member of the RWTH Human Technology Center and serves as Vice Dean for Research of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the RWTH Aachen University. In 2019 she became a regular member of the North Rhine-Westphalian Academy of Science, Humanities and the Arts.

Her research is devoted to the digitalization of science. Her aim is to develop a conceptual framework for Philosophy of Computational Sciences as well as an open science infrastructure for Computational Science Studies. In 2018 she founded the Computational Social Systems Lab, supported by the NRW Digital Fellowship 2017. In 2023, she received the K. Jon Barwise Prize 2023 for significant and sustained contributions to areas relevant to philosophy and computing by the American Philosophical Association.

Selected Publications

Gabriele Gramelsberger, Daniel Wenz, Dawid Kasprowicz (2024): Understanding and Analysing Science’s Algorithmic Regimes: A Primer in Computational Science Code Studies, in: Juliane Jarke, Bianca Prietl, Simon Egbert, Yana Boeva, Hendrik Heuer, Maike Arnold (eds.): Algorithmic Regimes: Methods, Interactions, and Politics, Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam, 57-78.

Gabriele Gramelsberger (2023): Philosophie des Digitalen zur Einführung, Hamburg: Junius.

Gabriele Gramelsberger (2023): Künstliche Intelligenz, Computerspiele und Sozialität, in: Acta Historica Leopoldina (NAL-historica) 83, 21-37.

Gabriele Gramelsberger (2023): Superhuman AI. Zur Unterschwelligkeit des Digitalen, in: Philosophisches Jahrbuch 130/2, 81-91.

Kaminski, Andreas, Gabriele Gramelsberger, Dirk Scheer (eds., 2023): Modeling for policy and technology assessment: Challenges from computerbased simulations and artificial intelligence, (Special Issue). TATuP Journal for Technology Assessment in Theory and Practice 32/1.

Johanna Senk, Birgit Kriener, Mikael Djurfeldt, Nicole Voges, Han-Jia Jiang, Lisa Schüttler, Gabriele Gramelsberger, Markus Diesmann, Hans E. Plesser, Sacha J. van Albada (2022): Connectivity Concepts in Neuronal Network Modeling, in: PLoS Computatiobal Biology 18(9): e1010086.

Gabriele Gramelsberger (2020): Operative Epistemologie. (Re-)Organisation von Anschauung und Erfahrung durch die Formkraft der Mathematik, Hamburg: Meiner.

Philipp Fischer, Gabriele Gramelsberger, Christoph Hoffmann, Hans Hofmann, Hannes Rickli, Hans-Jörg Rheinberger (eds, 2020): Natures of Data. A Discussion between Biology, History and Philosophy of Science and Art, Zürich/Berlin: diaphanes / The University of Chicago Press.