Topic “Indiana University Bloomington”


Why modelling science?

Mathematical models of scientific activity have been proposed during centuries. There seems to be a certain resonance between progress in mathematical modelling techniques and proposed models of science. This talk describes a specific kind of modelling science rooted in theories of self-organization, evolution and complexity as developed by phycisists. It addresses the challenges for the modelling building processes as well for its implementation. The talk also reflects about the epistemic function of models.


Börner, Katy

Dr. Katy Börner is the Victor H. Yngve Associate Professor of Information Science in the School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University. Dr. Börner is the recipient of many fellowships and awards, including Outstanding Junior Faculty Award, Pervasive Technology Laboratories Fellowship, SBC Fellow, and an NSF CAREER Award. Her research focuses on the development of data analysis and visualization techniques that improve information access, understanding and management.

School of Library and Information Science
Indiana University Bloomington
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