Conference Schedule

International Conference on Engaging Ethics and Epistemology in Science (EES 2022)

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Day 1 – Thursday, 29 September 2022

08:15-08:45 Registration

Leibnizsaal, Ground Floor
08:45-08:55 Welcome Address (Organizing Commitee)
08:55-09:15 Welcome Address (Prof. Dr. Torsten Wilholt)

Leibnizsaal
09:20-10:00
Kristen Intemann (Invited Talk)

Leibnizsaal, Ground Floor
10:05-10:45
A Norm for Science Advice: Making Beliefs Accurate
Deniz Sarikaya

Karmarschraum, 1st Floor
10:05-10:45
Machine Learning-induced Epistemic Injustice in Healthcare: Epistemological and Ethical Perspectives
Giorgia Pozzi

Kerstingzimmer, 2nd Floor
10:05-10:45
Ontic Risks, Uncertainty, and Classification for Biodiversity Conservation
Joeri Witteveen

Hannah-Arendt-Saal, Basement Floor
10:45-11:15 Coffee Break

Leibnizsaal
11:15-11:55
A Case for Voting in Science
Vincent Cuypers

Karmarschraum
11:15-11:55
Building Public Trust in Science: Why Science Advertising is a Bad Idea
Jon Leefmann

Kerstingzimmer
11:15-11:55
How to Use Explainable AI Responsibly
Oliver Buchholz and Karoline Reinhardt

Leibnizsaal
12:00-12:40
Anna Leuschner (Invited Talk)

Hannah-Arendt-Saal, Basement Floor
12:40-14:05 Lunch Break

Leibnizsaal
14:05-14:45
In Their Best Interest – Ignorance, Expert-Involvement and Debates on Epistemic Paternalism

Sonja Riegler

Karmarschraum
14:05-14:45
Justification of Algorithmic Decision-Making Needs not only a Good but also the Right Explanation
Markus Ahlers

Kerstingzimmer
14:05-14:45
Do Open-access Publishing and a National Research Agenda Serve the Public Interest of Science?
Hans Radder

Leibnizsaal
14:50-15:30
Liam Kofi Bright (Invited Talk)

Hannah-Arendt-Saal
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break

Leibnizsaal
16:00-16:40
Nonpropositional Ignorance
Quill Kukla

Karmarschraum
16:50-17:30
Evaluative Validity: the Case from Poverty
Measures

Samuel Maia

Kerstingzimmer
16:50-17:30
Policy Recommendations, Science Advice, and
Well-placed Trust

Torbjørn Gundersen

16:40-16:50
Short break

Leibnizsaal
16:50-17:30
A Critical Approach to XAI: The Case of Digital Phenotyping
Martina Vortel

Karmarschraum
16:50-17:30
Interdisciplinary Explanations: A Framework
Mel Fagan

Kerstingzimmer
16:50-17:30
Deciding Whom to Trust and Testimonial Injustice in Science
George Barimah

Leibnizsaal
17:35-18:15
Kevin Elliott (Invited Talk)

19:30-21:30
Conference Dinner (self-paid)

Brauhaus Ernst August, Schmiedestraße 13, 30159 Hannover

Day 2 – Friday, 30 September 2022

Leibnizsaal
08:45-09:00 Welcome & Announcements

Leibnizsaal
09:00-09:40
Tarja Knuuttila (Invited Talk)

Leibnizsaal
09:45-10:25
Unboxing the Black-box Problem: The Relationality of AI in Medicine
Pei-hua Huang and Samantha Copeland

Karmarschraum
09:45-10:25
What Role Does Value Play in Socio-ecological Accounts of Science?
Elis Jones

Kerstingzimmer
09:45-10:25
From Population-level Guidelines to Individualized Nutrition Advice? Sociopolitical Implications of Personalized Nutrition
Saana Jukola

Hannah-Arendt-Saal
10:25-10:55 Coffee Break

Leibnizsaal
10:55-11:35
Benefits and Risks of Wearable Technology for Health: Integrating Epistemology and Ethics
Stefano Canali

Karmarschraum
10:55-11:35
Warranted Trust and Divergent Values
Michael Pope

Kerstingzimmer
10:55-11:35
Values as Evidence? Prospects and Limits of Assessing Values Empirically
Chris ChoGlueck

Leibnizsaal
11:40-12:20
Sabina Leonelli (Invited Talk)

Leibnizsaal
12:20-12:40 Closing

Hannah-Arendt-Saal
12:40-14:00 Lunch Break

14:00-16:00 Afternoon Hike