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  • 12 - 16 November 2018, ACE Incubator Program Tech & Science

    Date: 12 - 16 November 2018
    Location: Startup Village, Science Park 608, Amsterdam
    Target audience: MSc students, researchers & industry experts

    Do you dream of starting your own company but don't know where to begin? Join the ACE Incubation Program. ACE helps founders build their startup with 12 weeks of training and support by leading mentors and business coaches. Sign up for our upcoming program, starting with a week of workshops, folowed by weekly sessions and personal coaching.

    The Incubation program is exclusively designed for MSc students, researchers & industry experts. ACE provides the resources to build and grow your startup. Based within Amsterdam Science Park's startup community at Startup Village, ACE's workshops take place within the heart of innovation.

    For more information, see https://ace-incubator.nl/ or contact .
  • Benedikt Löwe elected as member of the AIPS

    Benedikt Löwe was elected as a member of the Académie Internationale de Philosophie des Sciences (AIPS). The AIPS was founded in 1947 with E.W. Beth and L.E.J. Brouwer among the founding members. Past members include P. Bernays, R. Carnap, A. Church, W. Heisenberg, C. G. Hempel, A. Heyting, S. C. Kleene, P. Lorenzen, W. Pauli, J. Piaget, K. R. Popper, W. V. O. Quine, E. Schrödinger, W. Sierpinski, T. Skolem, and C. F. von Weizsäcker. Current members include Jeremy Butterfield, Nancy Cartwright,
    Noam Chomsky, Luciano Floridi, Ian Hacking, Hannes Leitgeb,
    John Norton, John Searle, Elliott Sober, and Anne Troelstra.

  • Franz Berto moves to St Andrews

    On September 1st, 2018, Franz Berto is moving to the University of St Andrews. Franz is the Principal Investigator of the Logic of Conceivability (LoC) project, and St. Andrews will become the new host of the project. The University of Amsterdam, where the rest of the LoC gang will stay, remains as project beneficiary. Franz will regularly visit the ILLC to coordinate the LoC research.