News and Events: Projects and Awards

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Projects and Awards

  • Enrico Cinti and his co-authors receive the 5th Graduate Student Essay Prize

    The European Philosophy of Science Association awarded Enrico Cinti and his co-author the 5th Graduate Student Essay Prize for their article "On entanglement as a relation" during their biennial conference in Belegrade. This prize is awarded for the most engaging paper published in EJPS by a graduate student at the time of submission. The article is available here.

    For more information, see or contact Enrico Cinti at .
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    Aybüke Özgün member of Amsterdam Young Academy

    Aybüke Özgün joined the Amsterdam Young Academy (AYA). Amsterdam Young Academy is an independent platform where talented young scientists from different disciplines meet to develop views on science, scientific policy and how to build bridges between science and society in Amsterdam. It is an initiative of the University of Amsterdam and the Vrije Universtiteit.

    Aybüke Özgün specializes in logic and formal epistemology. Before her current appointment, she was a postdoctoral researcher in the Logic of Conceivability project at the ILLC, UvA and the Arché Research Center at the University of st. Andrews.

    For more information, see or contact Aybüke Özgün at .
  • Tobias Kappé and his coauthors receive a Distinguished Paper Award at OOPSLA 2023

    The OOPSLA 2023 paper Formal Abstractions for Packet Scheduling (Anshuman Mohan, Yunhe Liu, Nate Foster, Tobias Kappé, and Dexter Kozen) has received a Distinguished Paper Award.

    This award recognizes the best papers presented at the conference each year. This year, ten articles were selected as distinguished papers (out of 111 accepted papers).