Research Projects at our department

Current Projects

Dr. Guillaume Fréchette: “Phänomenale Intentionalität in der österreichischen Philosophie” – FWF-Project
Ass. Prof. Dr. Julien Murzi & Dr. Lorenzo Rossi: “The Liar and its Revenge in Context” – FWF-Project


Completed Projects

Dr. Frank Esken: “Understanding the Normative Dimensions of Human Conduct (NormCon)” – ESF-Project
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Marcello Oreste Fiocco: “The World in Mind: Radical Ontology and Franz Brentano” – Lise-Meitner-Grant
Dr. Kurt F. Strasser: Edition der akademischen Reden Bernard Bolzanos (ÖAW)

PhD-Projects & PostDoc-Projects (2016/17)

Dr. Matthew Baxendale: “Beyond the Layer Cake Model of the world” – Mach-Stipendium (OeaW) – Supervisor: Prof. Charlotte Werndl
Dr. Anna-Maria Eder: “Higher Order Evidence” – Schrödinger-Stipendium – Supervisor: Prof. Charlotte Werndl
James Fraser, MA: “Foundations of quantum field theory and statistical mechancis” – Supervisor: Prof. Charlotte Werndl
Joshua Luczak, MA:
“Justifying the Success of the Fokker-Plank Equatiation” – Mach-Stipendium (OeAW) – Supervisor: Prof. Charlotte Werndl
Matteo Pascucci, MA: “Determinism: comparing a logical and an empirical perspective” – Supervisor: Prof. Charlotte Werndl
Dr. Margot Strohminger: “Modal epistemology“ – Mach-Stipendium – Supervisor: Prof. Julien Murzi
Florian Wüstholz: “Being Origins” – SNF-Mobilitätsstipendium – Supervisor: Prof. Johannes Brandl

 

PhD-Projects & PostDoc-Projects (2015/16)

Matej Drobnak, MA: “Communication and Language Change” – “Aktion Österreich - Tschechien”-Grant
Marton Gomori, MSc
: “Statistical Mechanics without Phase Space” – Mach-Grant
Lorenzo Rossi, MA: “Investigations into Semantic Partiality” – Mach-Grant

Doctoral Schools PLUS

1) Statistics and Applied Data Science
PhD Candidate: Gregor Greslehner
Supervisor: Prof. Charlotte Werndl

2) Dynamic Mountain Environments
PhD Candidate: Ines Obermair
Supervisor: Prof. Charlotte Werndl

 

 

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