Program

Tuesday 3, 16:00

Auditorio de Filosofía, Campus San Joaquín

Kick-off Public Talk

Michel Janssen, University of Minnesota

"Tangled up in Yellow: quantum foundations banana flavored",

abstract

Wednesday 4

Auditorio de Estética, Campus Oriente

10:00-10:45

Kevin Coffey, NYU Abu-Dhabi

"On Competing(?) Formulations of Newtonian Gravity" abstract

Chair: Sebastián Fortín 

10:45-11:30

Sebastián Fortín, CONICET

"About the World Described by Quantum Chemistry"

abstract

Chair: Kevin Coffey

11:45-12:30

Guy Hetzroni, The Open University of Israel

"The Gauge Principle: physical fields vs. mathematical ghosts"

abstract

Chair: Aldo Filomeno

14:45-15:45

Jeffrey Bub, University of Maryland

"If Relativity Is about Spacetime, what Is Quantum Mechanics about?"

abstract

Chair: Guy Hetzroni

16:00-16:45

Aldo Filomeno, Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso

"Tipicality of Dynamics and Laws of Nature"

abstract

Chair: Pablo Acuña

Thursday 5

Auditorio de Estética, Campus Oriente

10:00-10:45

Pablo Acuña, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile

"Must Hidden Variables Theories Be Contextual? Kochen & Specker meet von Neumann & Gleason"

abstract

Chair: Tushar Menon

10:45: 11:30

Tushar Menon, Oxford University

"Why is the Metric of General Relativity Lorentzian?"

abstract

Chair: Pablo Acuña

11:45-12:30

Diego Romero, Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso

"Feynman, Quantum Gravity, and Interpretations of General Relativity"

abstract

Chair: Aldo Filomeno

14:45-15:45

Michel Janssen, University of Minnesota

"Drawing the Line between Kinematics and Dynamics in Special Relativity and in Quantum Mechanics"

abstract

Chair: Federico Holik

16:00-16:45

Ignacio Rojas, Univesity of Buenos Aires

"A Possible Articulation between the Modal-Hamiltonian Interpretation and Topos approach in Quantum Mecanics"

abstract

Chair: Manuel Herrera

Friday 6

Auditorio de Estética, Campus Oriente

10:00-10:45

Federico Holik, CONICET

"On the Connection between Quantum Indistinguishability and Contextuality"

abstract

Chair: Tomasz Bigaj

10:45-11:30

Tomasz Bigaj, University of Warsaw

"On Individuating Quantum Particles"

abstract 

Chair: Federico Holik

11:45-12:30

Luis Bartolo, National University of San Marcos

"On the Alleged Inconsistency of Newton's Cosmology"

abstract

Chair: Manuel Herrera

14:45-15:30

Manuel Herrera, University of Buenos Aires

"The General Theory of Relativity as the Basis for a Philosophical Theory of Causation"

abstract

Chair: Luis Bartolo

15:30-16:15

Ignacio León, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile

Respaldo Realista Empírico Mínimo del Orden Temporal Absoluto de Stein y de Minkowski contra el Relativismo Temporal de Putnam

abstract

Chair: Diego Romero

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