[Re-posted from https://acmes.org/]
Algorithms and Complexity in Mathematics, Epistemology and Science
6-8 May 2015, London, Ontario, Canada.
|•||Anouk Barberousse||Université Lille 1, France||(History and Philosophy of Science)|
|•||Robert Batterman||University of Pittsburgh, USA||(Philosophy of Science)|
|•||Max Gunzburger||Florida State University, USA||(Applied Mathematics)|
|•||Ursula Martin||Oxford University, UK||(Computer Science)|
|•||Jesús Sanz-Serna||Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain||(Applied Mathematics)|
|•||Mark Wilson||University of Pittsburgh, USA||(Philosophy)|
|•||Abstract Submission:||22 February|
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