The HPS program is pleased to welcome visitors.
We welcome visitors in two categories: Guest Faculty (scholars who pursue their own research) and Research Visitors (Ph.D. students at other universities).
Should you wish to visit, you will need a letter of support from a member of the HPS faculty.
You will also need to provide start and end dates for your visit, as well as a CV.
Where applicable, you will also need to complete a General Counsel’s visa information form. Enquiries about visiting us, and all applications, should be sent to Anna Geltzer (email@example.com).
- Education: M.Phil. in History and Philosophy of Science (University of Cambridge, 1999); Diploma and doctorate degree in Physics (Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Heidelberg, 2002 & 2004); Doctorate degree and "Habilitation" in Philosophy (ETH Zurich, 2009 & 2012)
- Research: Philosophy of Science, Epistemology, Theoretical Physics
- Leibniz, Husserl, and the Brain. Palgrave Macmillan 2015
- Philosophie der Physik. Beck 2014
- Umgebungen – Symbolischer Konstruktivismus im Anschluss an Hermann Weyl und Fritz Medicus. Chronos 2010
- (co-author) Quantum Field Theory in a Semiotic Perspective. Springer 2005
- Office: 211 Malloy
- Office hours: 11-12 T, W or by appointment
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
- Education: 1980 B.Ed. Mathematics and Education (University of Leeds); 1988 B.A. Mathematics (Open University); 1995 Advanced Diploma in Mathematics Education (Open University); 1997 Advanced Diploma in Curriculum Development (Canterbury Christ Church University); 1999 M.A. Education (Canterbury Christ Church University); 2010 MA Medieval and Early Modern Studies (University of Kent)
- Research interests: The development of numeracy in the late medieval and early modern periods, with particular focus on the mathematical learning outside the university sphere.
- About Cheryl: I was a high school mathematics teacher for over 20 years and for the last 10 have been a university lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University teaching mathematics and its pedagogy to those training to become middle and high school mathematics teachers. Having undertaken the MA in history for fun, I realised that there was little research into how people developed their basic numeracy skills. In doing so I am linking all three of my interests - mathematics, pedagogy and history.
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or AnaPilar.OrtinNadal.email@example.com
- Education: 2013- PhD Philosophy (The University of Edinburgh); 2013 MSc Philosophy (with Distinction),(The
University of Edinburgh); 2010 MA Philosophy (with Distinction), (The University of Barcelona); 2009 BA Philosophy (1st Class),(Universitat Ramon Llull (Barcelona)
- Research interests: Early Modern Philosophy (Specially Descartes and Hume); Epistemology, Philosophical Methodology, Continental Philosophy, Ethics, Philosophy of Religion, Feminist Theology
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Education: 2013 Bielefeld University, Germany, B.A. History and Chemistry
- Research interests: History of chemistry, medicine, and pharmacy in the 19th and 20th centuries, gender in science,
history and philosophy of scientific expertise
- About Marcus: I have studied history and chemistry and I am currently studying in an M.A. program in History, Philosophy, and Sociology at Bielefeld University, Germany. Since I am most interested in the interconnections between science and medicine and the other parts of society in history, my main focus lies on the history and philosophy of public expertise, especially on chemical and medical expertise. I am also interested in the role of science in shaping and reproducing social differences, for example gender differences.
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Education: 2013 B.A. in Sociology (major subject) and Philosophy (minor subject) at Bielefeld University in Bielefeld,
Germany. Currently in M.A program in History, Philosophy and Sociology of Science at Bielefeld University
- Research interests: Unintended effects of the pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and which consequences arose concerning society, especially for the health system; the mind-body problem (particularly intentional explanations), epistemology (particularly fundamental problems of epistemology) or theory of cognition (particularly tacit knowledge).
- About Maceo: I awarded my Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Philosophy in Bielefeld University. But my purpose to come to Bielefeld University was to study History, Philosophy and Sociology of Science. In the last few years I have been concentrating on sociology and philsophy, and I would consider myself to be an interdisciplinary working sociologist/ philosophist; however, I was always fascinated about the sciences.
- E-mail: Leandro.LageDosSantosGuedes.firstname.lastname@example.org
- Education: Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro BSc., MSc.
- Research Interests: History and philosophy of science, philosophy of astronomy, epistemology
- About Leandro: I am from Brazil, and I am very happy to be a visitor and have this part of my Ph.D. done here at HPS in Notre Dame. I'm an astronomer, received my MSc in extragalactic astrophisics, and decided to turn my formation toward History and Philospphy of Science, in order to understand more about some philosophical aspects of Astronomy and Cosmology. I am particularly interested in realism and in the use of ad-hoc hypotheses in science.
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Education: 2004: MSc in Theoretical Physics (University of Zurich); 2006: Degree in Higher Education in Physics (University of Zurich); 2012: PhD in Philosophy (University of Lausanne)
- Research Interests: Scientific realism, causation, philosophy of quantum physics, philosophy of scientific experimentation.
- About Matthias: I have recently defended my Ph.D. thesis on scientific realism in particle physics at the University of Lausanne (Switzerland). I am currently continuing my research on scientific explanation and causality in the context of quantum mechanics, and its relation to explanations in other contexts. I am also interested in ontological issues surrounding quantum field theory.