Program

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Monday, August 29th

Morning

9.50-10.00: Opening

10.00-11.00
Tarja Knuuttila
“Abstraction, Analogical Reasoning, and Big Data in Biological Systems”

11.00-11.15: Coffee break

11.15-12.00
Santiago Ginnobili-Ariel Roffé
“Optimality Studies: Models, Theories, and Idealizations in Biology”

12.00-12.15: Break

12.15-13.00
Javier Legris
“Models and Operational Iconicity: A Peircian Approach”

13.00-15.00: Lunch

Afternoon

15.00-15.45
Cecilia Hidalgo
“Interpreting Climate Models: Lessons from Seasonal Forecasting Meetings in Argentina”

15.45-16.00: Break

16.00-16.45
Oscar Orellana
“The Artificial Orange Juice: The Correctness and Completeness of Scientific Models”

16.45-17.00: Coffee break

17.00-17.45
Juan Redmond
“Models as Artefacts: a dialogical frame for models as fictions”

17.45-18.30
Lucio Canete
“Modeling the Imagination, the Supreme Intellectual Capacity”

Tuesday, August 30th

Morning

10.00-11.00
Mauricio Suárez
“Scientific Representation, and Information Transfer”

11.00-11.15: Coffee break

11.15-12.00
Alejandro Cassini
“De-Idealized Models and Fictional Models”

12.00-12.15: Break

12.15-13.00
Hernán Accorinti
“Theories and Models: The Born-Oppenheimer Approximation”

13.00-15.00: Lunch

Afternoon

15.00-15.45
Esteban Céspedes
“Representing Emergence through Causal Idealization”

15.45-16.00: Break 16.00-16.45
Adriana Spehrs
“Algorithms, Diagrams, and Causal Models”

16.45-17.00: Coffee break

17.00-17.45
Ronald Duran Allimant
“Using a Model to Validate an Experiment: The Case of Prigogine’s Brusselator Model, And the Belousov-Zhabotinsky Reaction”