What is Interdisciplinary Success?
4-5 OCTOBER 2012, Lund University, Sweden
Thursday, OCT 4
09:30 10:30 Uskali Mäki (Helsinki): tba
10:30 11:30 Annika Wallin (Lund): Evidence or not evidence?
11:30 12:30 John Jackson (Boulder): Unity of science as a barrier to interdisciplinary success: The case of evolutionary psychology
12:30 13:45 Lunch
13:45 14:45 Rani Lill Anjum (Bergen): Causation in Science - An interdisciplinary research project
14:45 15:45 Susann Wagenknecht (Aarhus): Managing trust - Making interdisciplinary research teams work
15:45 16:15 Coffee
16:15 17:15 Lena Wahlberg (Lund): Uncritical trust- the impact of medical expertise on court decisions on compulsory mental care
Friday, OCT 5
10:00 11:00 Matti Sintonen (Helsinki): Radical interdisciplinarity - some successes, some failures
11:00 12:00 Tilmann Massey (Munich): Best practice of interdisciplinary research: lessons from the history of biology
12:00 13:30 Lunch
13:30 14:30 Hanne Andersen (Aarhus): What kind of expertise is required for interdisciplinary success?
14:30 15:30 Till Grüne-Yanoff (Stockholm): Investigating model exchanges for their interdisciplinary success
15:30 16:15 Coffee
16:15 17:15 Florin Popa (Leuven): Contextualized knowledge and interdisciplinarity. The case of social-ecological systems
17:15 18:15 Petri Ylikoski (Helsinki): Adventures in Neuroland: economics and sociology compared
There is no fee. Please register via e-mail to
frank.zenker [at] fil.lu.se
on or before SEPT 27, indicating if you intend to join lunches and the dinner.
Department of Philosophy & Cognitive Science
Kungshuset, Lundagård, 222 22 Lund, Sweden