EPSA's student representatives are elected by the junior scholar community for two years. As student representatives, it is our mission to give a voice to the junior scholars in EPSA (a category which includes graduate students and early career researchers), and represent their interests at the meetings of the Steering Committee. To this end, we strive to maintain an active and informal line of communication with the junior scholar community, and welcome any and all questions, comments, and other types of feedback that may help us improve the lives of beginning researchers in philosophy of science.
Student representatives are also involved in:
EPSA Fellowship Scheme, which provides junior philosophers working in Central and Eastern Europe with the opportunity to visit a leading research institution in Western Europe (see: https://philsci.eu/fellowships);
EPSA Mentoring Scheme, which supports junior philosophers of science by providing them guidance, advice or general counselling on specific issues that they may face during that stage of their career (see: https://philsci.eu/WC/Mentoring).
Stéphanie Debray is a final-year PhD student at Archives Henri Poincaré - Philosophy and Research on Sciences and Technologies (AHP-PReST, University of Lorraine, France). She taught at University of Lorrain within several departments as a PhD student (fully funded PhD position), and before at Altai State Pedagogical University (Siberia, Russia) as a French lecturer. She currently has a teaching assistant position (ATER) at University Gustave Eiffel in Paris. She works on unacceptable forms of science, as well as the impact of values in scientific decisions.
Bobby Vos is a final-year PhD student at the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge, where he works on topics related to the nature of scientific theories, representation, and the place of formal methods in philosophy of science.
We are very grateful to all former Student Representatives for their hard work and dedication.
Agnieszka Proszewska, Jagiellonian University, Poland
Martin Zach, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
Javier Suárez, University of Barcelona, Spain and University of Exeter, United Kingdom