Invited talks are marked with an [I]. Peer-reviewed talks are marked with a [P]. Talks at co-organized events are marked with an [O].

    1. ??? 2021: Misalignment between research hypotheses and statistical hypotheses – A threat to evidence-based medicine? [with G. Zimmermann]. Mid-South Philosophy of Science 2020; Blacksburg, VA. [P] [postponed due to COVID-19]
    2. June 2021: Explananda of model-based explanations. Online seminar on surrogative reasoning. University of Salzburg. [I]
    3. January 2021: Progress, understanding, and gradability. University of Salzburg. [I]
    4. June 2020: Knowledge-wh and context-sensitivity. Bielefeld University. [I]
    5. March 2020: Progress, Understanding, and Gradability. Panel “Understanding and progress” at the second workshop on scientific understanding and representation (SURe 2020). Emory University. [O]
    6. October 2019: A shotgun wedding? Non-declarative sentences and truth-conditional theories of meaningAgnes Scott College. [I]
    7. July 2019: Misalignment between research hypotheses and statistical hypotheses – A threat to evidence-based medicine? [with G. Zimmermann]. Conference “Statistical Reasoning and Scientific Error”; Munich. [P]
    8. June 2019: Misalignment between research hypotheses and statistical hypotheses – A threat to evidence-based medicine? [with G. Zimmermann]. 8th International Philosophy of Medicine Roundtable; Paris. [P]
    9. June 2019: Measurement in Neurolinguistics: The Case of the N400 effect. Workshop “Measurement in cognitive science”. Ruhr University Bochum. [O]
    10. June 2019David Lewis on non-declarative sentences: Setting the record straight. Conference “David Lewis and his Place in the History of Analytic Philosophy”; Manchester, UK. [P]
    11. May 2019: Misalignment between research hypotheses and statistical hypotheses – A threat to evidence-based medicine? [with G. Zimmermann]. Workshop “Philosophical Perspectives on Medical Knowledge”; Genoa, Italy.  [P]
    12. February 2019: Scientific understanding and felicitous falsehoods. University of North Carolina at Greensboro. [I]
    13. February 2019: Understanding based on distorted models and toy models – Towards a unified account. Workshop on scientific understanding and representation. University of Bordeaux-Montaigne. [I]
    14. December 2018: Co-speech iconic gestures and the cognitive penetrability of perception. Workshop on new perspectives on the cognitive penetrability of perception. University of Turin. [I]
    15. November 2018: Knowing why and gradability. University of Hamburg. [I]
    16. October 2018: Knowing why and gradability. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. [I]
    17. October 2018:Understanding why and answers to why-questions. Workshop on the varieties of relevance. University of Hamburg. [I]
    18. September 2018Is knowledge-wh context-sensitive? GAP 10; Cologne. [P]
    19. July 2018: Knowing why and gradability. European Epistemology Network Meeting 2018; Amsterdam. [P]
    20. June 2018: Understanding why and answers to why-questions. Models of Explanation; Turin. [P]
    21. May 2018Understanding in the case of holistically distorted models and how-possibly models  –  A unified account. Workshop “Explanation and understanding”; Ghent. [P]
    22. April 2018: Is knowledge-wh context-sensitive? Research colloquium “Philosophy meets cognitive science”. Ruhr University Bochum. [I]
    23. March 2018: Felicitous falsehoods from a factivist point of view. Symposium on C. Elgin’s monograph “True enough”. University of Innsbruck. [I]
    24. February 2018: Knowing why – Depth & Gradability. Vienna Colloquium Analytic Philosophy. University of Vienna.  (canceled because of illness) [I]
    25. January 2018: What precisely is the epistemic issue regarding null hypothesis significance testing? Work in Progress Seminar. University of Salzburg. [I]
    26. November 2017: Reduktionismus bezüglich Verstehen-warum im Lichte der Mehrstufigkeit von Gründen. Workshop on knowing, understanding, and explaining. TU Dresden. [I]
    27. September 2017Ist Wissen-warum gradierbar? XXIV. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Philosophie; Berlin. [P]
    28. September 2017How do model-based explanations depend on their respective models? 2017 meeting of the European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA17); Exeter. [P]
    29. July 2017: Gesture meaning needs speech meaning to denote – A case of speech-gesture meaning interaction  [with F. Hahn & H. Rieser]. ESSLLI 2017-Workshop “Formal approaches to the dynamics of linguistic interaction”; Toulouse.
    30. July 2017: Knowing why and explanatory knowing how. Workshop “The varieties of knowing how”. University of Duisburg-Essen. [O]
    31. June 2017: How to semantically interpret co-speech iconic gestures – A process algebra approachResearch colloquium “Philosophy meets cognitive science”. Ruhr University Bochum. [I]
    32. February 2017: Lässt sich Verstehen-warum auf Wissen-warum reduzieren? TU Dresden. [I]
    33. December 2016: Explanatory knowledge and the idealization challenge from model-based explanations. Research colloquium “Logic and epistemology”. Ruhr-University Bochum. [I]
    34. November 2016How do idealizing models provide understanding-why? Twenty-Fifth Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association (PSA 2016); Atlanta. [P]
    35. September 2016A formal semantics for iconic gestures. Graduate seminar “Meaning in speech, sign and gestures”. Department of Linguistics. New York University. [I]
    36. July 2016Knowing-why. European Epistemology Network Meeting 2016; Paris. [P]
    37. May 2016: How do model-based explanations provide understanding-why? Workshop “Explanation and understanding”; Aarhus. [P]
    38. May 2016: (How) Do models provide understanding-why? Models and simulations 7; Barcelona. [P]
    39. May 2016: Wissen und explanatorisches Verstehen. TU Darmstadt. [I]
    40. May 2015: Knowledge and understanding-why. Osnabrücker Philosophie-Kolloquium. University of Osnabrück. [I]
    41. April 2016How do idealizing models provide understanding-why? Fourth Meeting of the Nordic Network for Philosophy of Science; Pärnu. [P]
    42. March 2016The epistemic value of scientific idealizations for understanding-why. “Values in science” University of Washington graduate student conference; Seattle. [P]
    43. September 2015: Knowledge-why revisited. GAP 9; Osnabrück. [P]
    44. April 2015: Does statistical null hypothesis significance testing provide knowledge? Third Meeting of the Nordic Network for Philosophy of Science; Helsinki. [P]
    45. February 2015: Non-declarative sentences in intensional semantics – Re-evaluating the Lewisian solutionGraduate workshop “Language and world”. University of Hamburg. [I]
    46. December 2014: Putting the notion of context-free gesture meaning to test [with F. Hahn & H. Rieser]. Workshop “Embodied meaning goes public”; Stuttgart. [P]
    47. September 2014: Non-declarative sentences in intensional semantics – A defense of a Lewisian solution. Venice graduate conference in philosophy; Venice. [P]
    48. August 2014: Putting David Lewis’ analysis of non-declarative sentences back in the game. Eighth European Congress of Analytic Philosophy; Bucharest. [P]
    49. July 2014: Speech-gesture-interface constructions for gestures accompanying German verb phrases [with F. Hahn & H. Rieser]. 6th Conference of the International Society for Gesture Studies; San Diego. [P]
    50. July 2014: The role of perspective in thinking about mechanisms. Open Minds IX; Manchester. [P]
    51. November 2013: Das Bielefelder Speech and Gesture Alignment Korpus: SaGA. Institut für Linguistik/Germanistik, University of Stuttgart [together with F. Hahn]. [I]
    52. October 2013: The Bielefeld Speech and Gesture Alignment Corpus. Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft (ZAS); Berlin [together with F. Hahn & H. Rieser]. [I]
    53. October 2013: Using parameterised semantics for speech-gesture integration [with U. Klein, H. Rieser & F. Hahn]. Investigating semantics. Empirical and philosophical approaches; Bochum. [P]
    54. April 2013: Mechanistic descriptions and  perspectival knowledge. Graduate conference in theoretical philosophy 2013; Groningen. [P]
    55. March 2013: Interface constructions for gestures accompanying verb phrases [with F. Hahn & H. Rieser]. The 35th Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society; Potsdam. [P]
    56. September 2012: The role of perspective in thinking about mechanisms. Salzburgiense Concilium Omnibus Philosophis Analyticis 2012; Salzburg. [P]
    57. September 2011: Watching the growth point grow. Gesture and speech in interaction 2011; Bielefeld. [P]


Peer-reviewed poster presentations

  1. December 2016Multi-modal context-dependency [with F. Hahn & H. Rieser]. Situations, Information, and Semantic Content; München.
  2. September 2014: First observations on a corpus of multi-modal trialogues [with F. Hahn & H. Rieser]. The 18th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue; Edinburgh.
  3. December 2013: Abduction and parameterised semantic composition in speech-gesture integration [with U. Klein, H. Rieser & F. Hahn]. The 17th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue; Amsterdam.
  4. August 2013: Gesture semantics reconstruction based on motion capturing and complex event processing: a circular shape example [with Th. Pfeiffer, F. Hofmann, F. Hahn & H. Rieser]. The 14th Annual Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue; Metz.
  5. June 2013: Integrating gesture meaning and verbal meaning for German verbs of motion: Theory and simulation [with K. Bergmann, F. Hahn, St. Kopp & H. Rieser]. The Tilburg gesture research meeting; Tilburg.


Commentary on other talks

  1. April 2016: Commentary on H. Sova’s talk “The Dialectics of H. Putnam’s model-theoretic arguments”. Fourth Meeting of the Nordic Network for Philosophy of Science; Pärnu.
  2. April 2015: Commentary on A. Reutlinger and H. Andersen’s talk “Are explanations non-causal by virtue of being abstract?”. Third Meeting of the Nordic Network for Philosophy of Science; Helsinki.
  3. January 2015:  Commentary on C. Picazo’s talk “Underdeterminacy and the Role of Context”. XVII Taller d’Investigació en Filosofia; Barcelona.