June 7-9, 2017|Hoboken, NJ

The Causality in the Sciences conference series brings together philosophers and scientists to explore various aspects of causality. This 12th conference in the series will focus on the relationship between time and causality.

Keynote speakers:

Marc Buehner (Cognitive Science, Cardiff University)
Phil Dowe (Philosophy, Australian National University)
Jenann Ismael (Philosophy, University of Arizona)
David Jensen (College of Information & Computer Sciences, UMass Amherst)
Betsy Ogburn (Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins University)


Key themes the conference will address:  arrow of time □ causal inference from time series □ role of time in causal perception and judgment □ time and causal metaphysics □ applications to longitudinal datasets

Abstracts should be no more than 500 words, submitted via easychair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=tacits2017

Important dates:
March 15 - Submission
April 15 - Notification of acceptance


Local organizers:
Samantha Kleinberg (Stevens, Computer Science)
Michael Strevens (NYU, Philosophy)