Talks and Presentations (40+3)

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Future (2021+)
[43] * (with Deborah Kant, José Antonio Pérez Escobar) Indispensability of Empirical Information in the Philosophy of Mathematical Practice. Mathematical Cultures & Practices XI (St Andrews, Scotland, 10–12 July 2021)
[42] * Enculturation of mathematically gifted youth and two views of mathematics in society. Mathematical Cultures & Practices XI (St Andrews, Scotland, 10–12 July 2021)
[41] * A Norm for Science Advice: Making Beliefs Accurate. EENPS 2020: East European Network for Philosophy of Science 2020 (Belgrade, SRB; postponed to 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 9. - 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. e-Postgraduate 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 COVID-19-Krise. 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] * Text-driven 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 COVID-19 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 claw-free graphs via forbidden induced subgraphs. DMV-Jahrestagung, Section: Diskrete Mathematik (Karlsruhe; 25.08.2019)
[16] * (with: Karl Heuer) How to find suitable problems for mathematically gifted students within enrichment courses. DMV-Jahrestagung, Section: Geschichte und Didaktik der Mathematik (Karlsruhe; 24.08.2019)
[15] * What does it mean for an infinite graph to be Hamiltonian? DMV-Studierendenkonferenz (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] # Non-deductive Arguments in Mathematics: Categoricity, Gödel and the Quasi-Empirical 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 paper-thin 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 Quasi-Empirical 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)

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