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[79] # TBA. Kolloqium of the math faculty of the Europa University Flensburg. (13. December 2023)
[78] * (with: José Antonio Pérez Escobar) Meaning as Use, RuleBending and AI Safety.
Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence – Philosophical explorations
(Online , 01.  02. Dezember 2023)
[77] # Pride and prejudice: Wittgenstein on Esperanto and some thoughts on the organicity of formal languages
32. Tagung der Gesellschaft für Interlinguistik e.V. (GIL)  Plansprachen und Typologie
(Berlin, 24 – 26 November 2023)
2023+
[76] * (with: Jordi Fairhurst and José Antonio Pérez Escobar) Against a Global Conception of Mathematical Hinges: A Holistic Reading of Wittgenstein and Mathematics in Practice.
Wittgenstein's Philosophy of Mathematics  Masterclass w/ Juliet Floyd
(Brussels 08.  09. May 2023)
[75] * (with: José Antonio Pérez Escobar) Purifying Applied Mathematics and Applying Pure Mathematics.
Wittgenstein's Philosophy of Mathematics  Masterclass w/ Juliet Floyd
(Brussels 08.  09. May 2023)
[74] * (with: José Antonio Pérez Escobar) Meaning as Use, RuleBending and AI Safety.
Wittgenstein's Philosophy of Mathematics  Masterclass w/ Juliet Floyd
(Brussels 08.  09. May 2023)
[73] # How mathematization might render narratives of mathematics better (and why this matters!).
University of Kentucky Working Group on Ethics, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice in the Mathematical Sciences
(Online 20. March 2023)
[72] # Visualizations, Tilings and a cow: First thoughts on problem posing for mathematically gifted children in a grounded way. (Online / Paris; 19. April 2023)
[71] (With José Antonio Pérez Escobar) Meaning as use, rulebending and AI safety.
Wittgenstein and the Philosophy of Mathematical Practice
(Brussels, Belgium; 30. March 2023)
[70] # How mathematization might render narratives of mathematics better (and why this matters!).
Claremont History and Philosophy of Mathematics Seminar
(Online; 20. March 2023)
2022 (13)
[69] # Paving the cowpath – first thoughts on problem selection in mathematics.
Philosophy of Mathematics Workshop in Liège
(Liège, Belgium; 15. December 2022)
[68] # (with Bernhard Fisseni and Bernhard Schröder) Frames in mathematischen Beweisen
Darmstädte Ontologenkreis
(Darmstadt/online 14 December 2022)
[67] # Eingabesprachen, linguistische Datenverarbeitung und automatisiertes Beweisen
32. Tagung der Gesellschaft für Interlinguistik e.V. (GIL)  Interlinguistik for future?
(Berlin, 18 – 20 November 2022)
[66] * Revolutions in mathematics! The Case of Interactive Theorem Provers
Kuhn 100
(Budapest/online 18 November  18 – 19 November 2022)
[65] * (with Bernhard Fisseni) Recent Advances in Frame Modelling of Mathematical Proofs.
Colloquium Logicum
(Konstanz, 26 – 28 September 2022)
[64] * Purifying applied mathematics and applying pure mathematics: how a late Wittgensteinian perspective sheds light onto the dichotomy.
Colloquium Logicum
(Konstanz, 26 – 28 September 2022)
[63] * A Norm for Science Advice: Making Beliefs accurate. (Poster)
Poster Flash at 9th Heidelberg Laureate Forum 2022
(Heidelberg, 19 September 2022)
[62] * A Norm for Science Advice: Making Beliefs accurate.
GAP.11 Philosophie & Öffentlichkeit
(Berlin, 12 – 15 September 2022)
[61] * (with: Jordi Fairhurst and José Antonio Pérez Escobar)The Later Wittgenstein, Hinges, and Mathematical Practice.
EENPS 2022: East European Network for Philosophy of Science Conference 2022
(Tartu, Estonia / Online, 17 – 19 August 2022)
[60] * (with: José Antonio Pérez Escobar)Purifying applied mathematics and applying pure mathematics: How a late Wittgensteinian perspective sheds light onto the dichotomy.
EENPS 2022: East European Network for Philosophy of Science Conference 2022
(Tartu, Estonia / Online, 17 – 19 August 2022)
[59] * A Norm for Science Advice: Making Beliefs accurate.
GWP.2022: The Fourth International Conference of the German Society for Philosophy of Science
(Berlin, 15 – 17 August 2022)
[58] # Framing mathematical explanations
Mathematical Explanation : Ideas, models and perspectives
(Online/Paris, 11 May 2022)
[57] # Frames for mathematical texts.
Formalize !(?) 2
(Online/Zurich; 15 Januar 2022)
2021 (16)
[56] * (with: José Antonio Pérez Escobar) Meaning as use, rulebending and AI safety.
International Ludwig Wittgenstein Symposium
(Online/Zagreb, 3 December 2021)
***AWARDED with the best presentation award in the category: The best presentation that deals with a topic of Wittgenstein's influnce on a development of AI***
[55] * (with: José Antonio Pérez Escobar) Purifying applied mathematics and applying pure mathematics: How a late Wittgensteinian perspective sheds light onto the dichotomy.
International Ludwig Wittgenstein Symposium
(Online/Zagreb, 2 – 3 December 2021)
[54] * Narratives of Mathematical Practice (and why they matter!)
BPPA – 2021 Conference : Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Philosophical Thought
(Online, 25 – 26 November 2021)
[53] * The problem of homogenization of mathematics education: Pluralism as an epistemic virtue.
Mathematics in Times of Crisis: 32nd Novembertagung on the History and Philosophy of Mathematics
(Online, 18 – 20 November 2021)
[52] * A Norm for Science Advice: Making Beliefs accurate.
Philosophy of Science Graduate Conference PSGC2021
(Online, 30 – 31 October 2021)
[51] * (with Karl Heuer) Positive und konstruktive Fehlerkultur.
8. Herbsttagung des Arbeitskreises Problemlösen der Gesellschaft für Didaktik der Mathematik.
(Online, 30 September and 01 October 2021.)
[50] * Enkulturation und mathematische Förderangebote für Schüler:innen.
DMV and ÖMGannual meeting. Section Geschichte und Didaktik der Mathematik.
(Online, Passau; 30 September 2021.)
[49] * Revolutions in mathematics! The Case of Interactive Theorem Provers.
14th Conference of the Italian Society for Analytic Philosophy: Shaping the future: What Is the Role of Philosophy?
(Online, Noto (SR), IT; 24 September 2021)
[48] * [POSTER:] A Norm for Science Advice: Making Beliefs accurate.
EPSA2021
(Online, Turin (ITL), IT; 15 September 2021)
[47] * How do we understand proof(texts) a framesemantic approach.
Salzburg Conference for Young Analytic Philosophy 2021
(Online/Salzburg, Austria ; 10 September 2021)
[46] * A Norm for Science Advice: Making Beliefs Accurate.
4th International Congress of the Portuguese Philosophical Society
(Online/Braga, POR; 09 September 2021)
[45] # (with Bernhard Fisseni and Bernhard Schröder) Frames for mathematical texts.
TextDriven Approaches to the Philosophy of Mathematics (TDPhiMa 2)
(Online/Essen; 03 September 2021)
[44] # How to frame mathematics.
Topics in Philosophy of Mathematical Practice 2021
(Online/Kopenhagen, DNK; 18 August 2021)
[43] * (with Deborah Kant and José Antonio Pérez Escobar)
Indispensability of Empirical Information in the Philosophy of Mathematical Practice.
Mathematical Cultures & Practices XI
(Online/St Andrews, Scotland, 10 July 2021)
[42] * Enculturation of mathematically gifted youth and two views of mathematics in society.
Mathematical Cultures & Practices XI
(Online/St Andrews, Scotland, 10 July 2021)
[41] * A Norm for Science Advice: Making Beliefs Accurate.
EENPS 2021: East European Network for Philosophy of Science 2021
(Online/Belgrade, SRB ; 09  11 June 2021)
2020 (19)
[40] * How mathematization might render narratives of mathematics better (and why this matters!).
Sheffield Postgraduate Philosophy Online Conference  Understanding Value IX
(Online/Sheffield 09. 11. December 2020)
[39] # What means Hamiltonicity for infinite graphs and how to force it via forbidden induced subgraphs.
Virtual Discrete Math Colloquium. (Online/Daejeon, KOR ; 03 December 2020)
[38] * (with José Perez Escobar) Purifying applied and applying pure mathematics: Wittgenstein and the axiomatic view on pure mathematics.
31st Novembertagung (Berlin/Online ; 26  28 November 2020)
[37] * (with José Perez Escobar and Deborah Kant) Indispensability of Empirical Information in Philosophy: Contrasting Philosophy of Mind/Science
and Ethics with Philosophy of Mathematics. 31st Novembertagung
(Berlin/Online ; 26  28 November 2020)
[36] * (with Karl Heuer) Vizualization of Ordinals. 9th BudapestVisual Learning Conference
(Budapest/Online ; 26.11.2020)
[35] * (with Karl Heuer) Tilings as an open problem field for mathematically gifted children.
9th BudapestVisual Learning Conference (Budapest/Online ; 26.11.2020)
[34] * A primer to topological infinite graph theory and how to force Hamiltonicity in locally finite graphs via forbidden induced subgraphs.
ePostgraduate Combinatorial Conference 2020 (Online; 11.11.2020)
[33] * Theory building and progress in mathematics via analogies: A case study from (topological) infinite Graph Theory.
7th René Descartes Lectures: Philip Kitcher on Progress in Science, Mathematics, and Values
(Tilburg/Online, NLD; 14.16.10.2020)
[32] (with Karl Heuer & Benjamin Rott) Polymath für mathematisch begabte Kinder: Kollaboration während der COVID19Krise. 7.
Herbsttagung des Arbeitskreises Problemlösen der Gesellschaft für Didaktik der Mathematik. (07.08.10.2020)
[31] (with Karl Heuer) Eine informelle Vorstellung der William Stern Gesellschaft. 7.
Herbsttagung des Arbeitskreises Problemlösen der Gesellschaft für Didaktik der Mathematik. (07.08.10.2020)
[30] * Textdriven variation as a vehicle for generalisation, abstraction, proofs and refutations.
Australasian Postgraduate Philosophy Conference 2020 (Online; 20.09.2020)
[29] * (with Karl Heuer) Tilings as an open problem field for mathematically gifted children.
Minisymposium "Mathematics and Arts"
at the annual meeting of the German Mathematical Society (Online/Chemnitz ; 17. September 2020)
[28] * (with Karl Heuer) Analogical Results as Data for Theory Choice in Mathematical Research: The case of infinite Graph Theory.
Section "Geschichte und Philosophie der Mathematik und ihres Unterrichts" at the
annual meeting of the German Mathematical Society (Online/Chemnitz ; 15. September 2020)
[27] * (with Karl Heuer) Adapting Polymath for mathematically gifted children:
Working together while staying apart solutions for COVID19 and rural areas?
Section "Geschichte und Philosophie der Mathematik und ihres Unterrichts" at the
annual meeting of the German Mathematical Society (Online/Chemnitz ; 15. September 2020)
[26] * Analogical Results as Data for Theory Choice in Mathematical Research: The Case of Infinite Graph Theory.
10th European Congress of Analytic Philosophy (ECAP 10)
(Utrecht/Online, NLD; 24.28.08.2020)
[Talk accepted but conference Canceled] A Norm for Science Advice: Making Beliefs Accurate.
British Society for the Philosophy of Science 2020
(Kent, 13.15.07.; Canceled)
[25] * (with Simon Blessenohl) Public Dissemination of Epidemiological Modeling Results: Challenges and Opportunities.
The World after the pandemic: BISLA Virtual Conference. (Online, 29.05.2020)
[24] # (with Bernhard Fisseni) Frames for Mathematical Proofs.
HCM Workshop: Mathematical Language and Practical Type Theory (Bonn, 04.02.2020)
[23] * How to Frame a Mathematician: Modelling the Cognitive Background of Proofs.
Association for the Philosophy of Mathematical
Practice (APMP) 5th International Meeting (Zürich, CHE; 18.  21.01.2020)
[22] * (with Karl Heuer) How the tangible gets abstracts and vice versa: Experience from classes with mathematically gifted youth.
Association for the Philosophy of Mathematical
Practice (APMP) 5th International Meeting (Zürich, CHE; 18.  21.01.2020)
2019 (11)
[21] * Frames as a tool to model mathematical understanding.
Explanation and understanding within mathematics (Brussel, BEL; 5.  6.12.2019)
[20] * (with Karl Heuer) How to choose the right definition: a normative endevour?
30th Novembertagung on the History and Philosophy of Mathematics: Mathematical Cultures,
Values and Norms (Strassburg, FRA; 31.10.  02.11.2019)
[19] * (with Karl Heuer) How do we decide which mathematics is valuable: Empricial findings and philosophical thoughts.
30th Novembertagung on the History and Philosophy of Mathematics: Mathematical Cultures,
Values and Norms (Strasburg, FRA; 31.10.  02.11.2019)
[18] # (with Karl Heuer) Enrichment for gifted youth: Three problem fields and one philosophy. (Sorø, DNK; 02.10.2019)
[17] * Forcing Hamiltonicity for locally finite clawfree graphs via forbidden induced subgraphs.
DMVJahrestagung, Section: Diskrete Mathematik (Karlsruhe; 26.08.2019)
[16] * (with: Karl Heuer) How to find suitable problems for mathematically gifted students within enrichment courses.
DMVJahrestagung, Section: Geschichte und Didaktik der Mathematik (Karlsruhe; 24.08.2019)
[15] * What does it mean for an infinite graph to be Hamiltonian?
DMVStudierendenkonferenz (Karlsruhe; 24.08.2019)
***AWARDED with a one week research stay at the Mathematische Forschungsinstitut Oberwohlfach***
[14] * Husserl and mathematical practice: Eidetic variation, anticipations and Wesenschau.
Salzburg Conference for Young Analytic Philosophy 2019. (Salzburg, AUT; 18.09.2019)
[13] * (with Karl Heuer) Workshop: Variations in open problem fields as a tool for mathematical education: From basics to open questions in 90 minutes.
11th International Mathematical Creativity and Giftedness Conference (MCG11) (Hamburg; 22.08.2019)
[12] * (with Karl Heuer) Variations in open problem fields as a tool for mathematical education: From basics to open questions in the twinkling of an eye.
Fourth Interdisciplinary Scientific Conference Mathematical Transgressions (Cracow, POL ; 15.03.2019)
[11] * Axiomatization as an act of Mathematics Studies: Or the marvelick tradition and formalized mathematical theories.
The Third International Conference of the German Society for Philosophy of Science (Cologne, 27.02.2019)
2018 (6)
[10] * (with Karl Heuer) Analogical Results as Data for Theory Choice in Mathematical Research: The case of infinite Graph Theory.
Analogical Reasoning in Science and Mathematics (Munich, 27.10.2018)
[9] # Nondeductive Arguments in Mathematics: Categoricity, Gödel and the QuasiEmpirical Viewpoint.
Department Colloquium, ETH Zurich (Zurich, CHE; 24.10.2018)
[8] * The Usage of Frameworks from Philosophy of Science in Philosophy of Mathematics.
First Forcing Project Networking Conference: Methodological Approaches in the Study of Recent Mathematics: Mathematical Philosophy and Mathematical Practice
(Konstanz, 18.09.2018)
[7] * Incommensurability and Formalization. Colloqium Logicum 2018 (Bayreuth, 15.09.2018)
[6] * Theory Choice and Formalization: On the paperthin difference between formal and informal notions in mathematical practice.
Salzburg Conference for Young Analytic Philosophy 2018 (Salzburg, AUT; 12.09.2018)
[5] * Concept Formation in Mathematics: A case for QuasiEmpirical Metaphysical Research.
What Do we Do When We Do Metaphysics? Methods, Limitations, and Consequences (Düsseldorf, 31.08.2018)
2017 (1)
[4] * Sind Veränderungen in den Grundlagen der Mathematik Revolutionen im Sinne der Wissenschaftstheorie?
[Are Changes in the Foundations of Mathematics Revolutions in the Sense of Philosophy of Science?]
Section Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics of the
XXIV. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Philosophie (Berlin, 2017)
2016 (2)
[3] * Intendierte Modelle und die mathematische Praxis
[Intended models and mathematical practice].
Third student congress for philosphy (Bielefeld, 2016)
[2] * Sind interaktive Theorembeweiser ein Kandidat für eine wissenschaftliche Revolution in der Mathematik?
[Are automatical theorem prover a candidate for a revolution in Mathematics?].
forschen@studium Conference for research by students (Oldenburg, 2016)
2014 (1)
[1] * Gibt es Revolutionen in der Mathematik?
[Are there revolutions in mathematics?].
First student congress for Philosophy (Münster, 2014)
Science Communication, Teacher training and public outreach:

# (with: Karl Heuer) Workshop: Spieltheorie: Warum Mathematiker_Innen Wirtschaftsnobelpreise gewinnen.
[Game Theory: Why Mathematicians win Nobel Prizes in Economics].
20 Jahre PriMa. (Hamburg, 2019)

# (with: Karlheinz Kobras) How to empower mathematically gifted students?
Teacher training of the Hamburg institute for teacher training and pupil development. (Hamburg, 2016)