The draft program with all abstracts is now available here.
|8:30‑9:15||Breakfast and registration|
|9:30‑10:30||Keynote: Betsy Ogburn|
|11:00‑12:30||Philosophy of Social Science:|
|1:30‑3:00||Psychology and medicine:
|3:30‑4:30||Keynote: Marc Buehner|
|5:00‑6:00||Break and transport to cruise|
|6:00‑9:30||Boat cruise and dinner|
|9:30‑10:30||Keynote: David Jensen|
|1:30‑3:00||Philosophy of Physics:
|3:30‑4:30||Keynote: Jenann Ismael [slides]|
|4:30‑5:00||History of Philosophy of Science:
|5:00‑6:00||Reception in Babbio, 5th floor patio (atrium in case of inclement weather)|
|11:00‑11:30||Philosophy of Science:
|11:30‑12:30||Keynote: Phil Dowe [slides]|
The conference will be held in the Babbio Center at Stevens Institute of Technology, located at 525 River street (at the corner of 6th and River st.). The conference will be held in Room 122 (talks) and the Babbio atrium (meals and breaks).
For information on getting to Stevens, including a campus map as well as airport and local transportation options see here.
The closest hotels are the W Hoboken at 225 River Street (0.3 miles, 5 min walk) and the Sheraton Lincoln Harbor (1 mile from conference sessions, adjacent to cruise location). Stevens rates for both hotels can be obtained here. Stevens is conveniently located near the Hoboken PATH station, so hotels near PATH stops in Manhattan are also an option (particularly near Christopher, 9th, and 23rd streets).
Registration is now open! Please register here.
Registration rates are:
Student: $50 (early), $75 (after May 15)
Regular: $100 (early), $125 (after May 15)
Registration includes all breakfasts, lunches, and the reception on the 8th, but not the optional conference dinner. The conference dinner on June 7th will be a 3-hour dinner cruise around Manhattan.
Tickets for the cruise are $50 for attendees ($100 for non-attendee companions). Registration for the cruise has been extended until May 31!
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
Submission is now closed!