Quo Vadis Science?

IMG_1311At Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome, a series of Lunchtime Meetings on the emerging orientations of scientific research.

For the academic year 2015/2016, Lunchtime Meetings take place on Fridays h 12:30 – 14:30.

  • MARCH, 4th 2016 – The fall of reductionist dogmas and the rise of systemic paradigms
  • APRIL, 15th 2016 – The fading interface between natural and artificial: new kinds of robustness for robotic systems
  • MAY, 27th 2016 – Where is medicine going? The case for in silico medicine and critical thinking
  • OCTOBER, 7th 2016 – Critical thinking in scientific research
  • NOVEMBER, 25th 2016 – Certainty and uncertainty: Critical thinking in modeling complex systems
  • FEBRUARY, 17th 2017 – What is not inside the brain: Critical reflections between philosophy and neuroscience

What is not inside the brain: Critical reflections between philosophy and neuroscience
Program of the sixth Quo Vadis Science meeting
February 17

Status Quaestionis
Lucia Urbani Livi, Associate Professor of Philosophy of Mind, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan

Questions and Answers
Carmela Morabito, Associate Professor of General Psychology, "Tor Vergata" University of Rome

General Discussion
Mattia Della Rocca, Post-doc Fellow Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome, FAST Institute of Philosophy of Scientific and Technological Practice
Certainty and uncertainty: Critical thinking in modeling complex systems
Program of the fifth Quo Vadis Science meeting
November 25

Status Quaestionis
Ignazio Licata, Scientific Director, ISEM Institute for Scientific Methodology, Bagheria (Palermo), recently author of Piccole Variazioni sulla Scienza (Dedalo 2016)

Questions and Answers
Alessandro Giuliani, Istituto Superiore di Sanità

General Discussion
Marta Bertolaso, Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome, FAST Institute of Philosophy of Scientific and Technological Practice
quo-vadis-science-7-ottobreCritical thinking in scientific research
Program of the fourth Quo Vadis Science meeting
October 7

"Critical thinking applied to research in the medical device industry"
Markus Reiterer, Medtronic, Inc.

Questions and Answers
Eugenio Guglielmelli, Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome, pro-rector of research and Faculty of Engineering

General Discussion
Marta Bertolaso, Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome, FAST Institute of Philosophy of Scientific and Technological Practice
Where is medicine going? The case for in silico medicine and critical thinking
Program of the third Quo Vadis Science meeting, May 27

Alberto Rainer, Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome, Tissue Engineering Lab
Ludovica Durst, Sapienza-University of Rome (State Theory and Comparative Political Institutions) and Lynkeus (researcher and consultant)

Questions and Answers
Ilaria Malagrinò, Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome FAST Institute of Philosophy of Scientific and Technological Practice
Quo Vadis Science 2-2016The fading interface between natural and artificial: new kinds of robustness for robotic systems
Program of the second Quo Vadis Science meeting, April 15

Opening: status questionis
Eugenio Guglielmelli, UCBM, Pro-Rector for Research and Faculty of Engineering
Guglielmo Tamburrini, University of Naples Federico II, Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies

Questions and Answers
Silvia Caianiello, CNR Naples, ISPF (Institute for the History of Philosophy and Science in the Modern Age)

General Discussion
Giulia Frezza, BTP collaborator, Sapienza University of Rome, Department of Medico- Surgical Sciences and Biotechnologies
Quo Vadis Science 1-2016The fall of reductionist dogmas and the rise of systemic paradigms
Program of the first Quo Vadis Science meeting, March 4

Opening: status questionis
Flavio Keller, UCBM, Faculty of Medicine and FAST
Sandra D. Mitchell, University of Pittsburgh and President of PSA Philosophy of Science Association

Questions and Answers
Vincenzo Costigliola President of EMA European Medical Association

General Discussion
Alessandro Giuliani, Istituto Superiore di Sanità
Coordinated by

Marta Bertolaso

Organization

Anna Maria DieliEmanuele Serrelli et al.