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European Meeting on Computing and Philosophy

IV European Meeting
2006@NTNU Norway
Norwegian University for Science and Technology
Dragvoll Campus, Trondheim, Norway, June 22-24, 2006


 Conference Co-Chairs:
    Charles Ess (Drury University / NTNU): <>
    May Thorseth (NTNU): <>

(E-CAP is the European conference on Computing and Philosophy, the European
affiliate of the International Association for Computers and Philosophy
(IACAP): see <> for further information.)

January 27, 2006                Submission of extended abstracts
March 1, 2006                       Notification of acceptance
May 5, 2006                         Early registration deadline
June 22-24, 2006                Conference
From Thursday 22 to Saturday 24 June 2006 the Fourth International European
Conference on COMPUTING AND PHILOSOPHY will be held on the Dragvoll Campus
of the Norwegian University for Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway.
Continuing the foci of the E-CAP conferences (beginning in Glasgow, 2002),
ECAP'06 will deal with all aspects of the "computational turn" that has
emerged over the past several decades, and continues to expand and develop
as a result of the multiple interactions between philosophy and computing.

Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
   Dr. Raymond Turner, Department of Computer Science
                University of Essex, UK
   Dr. Vincent Hendricks, Department of Philosophy and Science Studies
               Roskilde University, Denmark

We invite papers that address all topics related to computing and
philosophy, including cross- and interdisciplinary work that explores the
computational turn in new ways.
Hence, the following is intended to be suggestive, but not exclusive:
- Philosophy of Computer Science - co-chairs, Amnon H. Eden, Raymond Turner
(Essex) (see <>)
- Ontology (Distributed Processing, Emergent Properties, Formal Ontology,
    Network Structures, etc) - chair, Luciano Floridi (Oxford)
- Computational Linguistics- chair, Staffan Larsson (Gothenburg University)
- Global Information Infrastructures - chair, Johnny Søraker (NTNU)
- Philosophy of Information and Information Technology
- Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Problem of Consciousness
- Computer-based Learning and Teaching Strategies and Resources &
    The Impact of Distance Learning on the Teaching of Philosophy and
- IT and Gender Research, Feminist Technoscience Studies
- Information and Computing Ethics
- Biological Information, Artificial Life, Biocomputation
- New Models of Logic Software
- "Intersections" - e.g., work at the crossroads of logic, epistemology,
philosophy of science and ICT/Computing, such as Philosophy of AI
Authors should submit an electronic version of an extended abstract (total
word count approximately 1000 words). The file should also contain a 300
word abstract that will be used for the conference web site/booklet. Final
papers must not exceed a total word count of 3500 words and an abstract of
not more than 500 words. The submissions should be made electronically,
either as PDF, rtf ,or Word format.
To submit papers visit <>
The extended abstract submission deadline is Friday 27th January 2006.
A special Work in Progress (WiP) session will be organized. This session is
mainly intended for presentation of on-going and recent work. Accepted
papers will not be included in the conference proceedings; instead they will
be published through the www. Submission should be sent in the same format
as extended abstracts. Please indicate on your submission: WiP.

For information about paper submission and the program that is not available
on the conference web site (<>), please contact the
Conference Co-Chairs.
Registration will take place through the conference website,
To book accommodation, please visit the conference web site,

The NTNU campus at Dragvoll offers excellent conference facilities as well a
beautiful physical setting as it overlooks Trondheim and the Trondheim
fjord. The city of Trondheim (Norway's ancient capital and home to the
Nidaros Cathedral, the largest Gothic cathedral north of the Rhine) is
easily accessible by air and rail, and is itself more than worth the visit.
(Beyond city-related information provided on the conference website, start
with <>)



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