EUROPEAN PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE ASSOCIATION
We are happy to announce the following members have been elected to the Steering Committee:
Congratulations to them and thanks to everyone who ran for election. The changeover will officially take place in September at EPSA21. Standing down from the Steering Committee this year are:
We thank them for their excellent service.
The first draft of the programme for EPSA21 is now online.
Please note: the programme is subject to change at this stage.
We are happy and sad to announce the appointment of Mathias Frisch and Dunja Šešelja and the departure of Federica Russo and Phyllis Ilari as co-editors-in-chief of the EJPS. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Federica and Phyllis and all the associate editors for all their hard work and excellent service in running the journal.
The new associate editors are as follows:
Mathias and Dunja will be standing down from the Steering Committee in order to take up this post.
The Local Organisers have put together a useful page on practical information for planning your trip––including the latest COVID-19 regulations in Italy.
Recently, we said that we may need to postpone the biennial conference until the coronavirus situation and travel restrictions ease up. The Steering Committee recently met with the Local Organisers to take stock of the situation. They have agreed to the following:
In the meantime, keep an eye on the conference website, and we will be in touch again as soon as we have more information for you.
The Steering Committee and the Local Organising Committee have agreed the following:
Furthermore, if you have received confirmation from the Programme Committee about presenting at EPSA21, the date for confirming all submissions is now 15 June 2021 (previously 15 April 2021).
If you have any questions, please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
The organization of the EPSA's Biennial Conference in 2021 is being adversely affected by the global pandemic. We are aware that many of you are facing numerous challenges and uncertainties in the forthcoming months.
The Steering Committee and the Local Organising Committee would like to make it possible for everybody to participate in EPSA21 according to the circumstances.
The current working plan is a hybrid model, combining online and in-person presentations in Turin.
In any event, timely updates will be made available as things develop. So stay tuned, keep an eye on this page, and thank you for your allegiance to the EPSA community!
Jan and Vincezo (the Local Organisers)
The (extended) call for papers has now closed and the review process has begun. We will be in contact with all authors and organisers later in the year.
It has been decided that EPSA21 will include online as well as in-person presentations. In order to accommodate those who want to take advantage of this change, the submission deadline will be extended.
The new deadline for all submissions is 1 February 2021, 11:55pm GMT.
We are excited to announce the following plenary speakers are confirmed for EPSA21:
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