CV, Palacios Patricia - Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy

Patricia Palacios
Curriculum Vitae
Contact Information
Ludwigstr. 31
Room 124
D-80539, Munich
Germany
Email: patricia.palacios@lrz.uni-muenchen.de
Current Position
Doctoral Fellow at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP), LMU,
Germany.
Areas of specialization
General Philosophy of Science and Philosophy of Physics
Areas of Competence
Philosophy of Language, Epistemology and Logic.
Education
2013 - 2014
MSc. in Philosophy of Science, London School of Economics and Political Science,
UK.
2010 - 2013
MA in Philosophy of Science, University of Santiago, Chile.
2011-2013
Bachelor in Physics and Mathematics Education, University of Santiago, Chile.
2006-2009
Bachelor in Philosophy, University of Chile, Chile.
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2008-2009
Student Exchange for two semesters at the University of Leipzig, Germany.
2004-2005
Student of Physics (major), University of Santiago, Chile.
Awards
2013-2014
Scholarship Beca Chile for studying a MSc in Philosophy of Science at the London
School of Economics and Political Science.
2013
Scholarship Templeton Foundation for attending the workshop: “Determinismo e
indeterminismo: de la física a la filosofía”, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2012
Best Student Award, University of Santiago, Chile.
2010-2011
Master merit scholarship, University of Santiago, Chile.
2008
Goethe-Institut Scholarship, Mannheim, Germany.
2008
Student Exchange Scholarship, University of Leipzig, Germany.
Presentations
2013
“¿Debemos renunciar al proyecto de explicar la asimetría temporal desde la
física?”, “Should we give up the idea of explaining the asymmetry of time from the
physical sciences”, IFFIC, Santiago, Chile, September 23.
2013
¿Es cierto que la segunda ley de la termodinámica no nos ayuda a resolver el
problema de la asimetría temporal?, “Is it true that the Second Law of
Thermodynamics cannot help us to solve the problem of temporal asymmetry?”,
Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile, March 16.
2012
“El problema de la asimetría temporal” (The problem of time asymmetry), VIII
Encounter of Philosophy and History of Science in the Southern Cone, Santiago,
Chile, October 16-19
2012
“El problema de la asimetría temporal” (The Problem of Time Asymmetry), II
Colombian Conference on Logic, Epistemology and Philosophy of Science, Los Andes
University, Bogotá, Colombia, February 8-10.
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2011
“Newton, Leibniz y el problema del espacio” (Newton, Leibniz and the problem of
Space), Second Chilean Conference on Philosophy, University of Concepción,
Concepción, Chile, November 17.
2011
“El problema de la flecha del tiempo” (The problem of Time´s Arrow) , Jormadas
Rolando Chuaqui, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile, October
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Internships/Summer Schools
2014
Summer School on Emergence: ‘The Durham Emergence Project’, Durham, UK,
July 21-25.
2012
Summer School on Einstein’s Philosophy of Science with Don Howard, University
of Tubingen, Tubingen, Germany, July 30- August 3.
Teaching experience
2013
Philosophy of Language
Bachelor in Philosophy, 45 hrs, Alberto Hurtado University. (First Semester)
2012
Philosophy, Relativity and Quantum Mechanics
Graduate Diploma in Philosophy and Science, 32 hrs, Alberto Hurtado University,
Chile. (Second semester)
2012-2013
Philosophy of Science
Graduate Diploma in Philosophy and Science, 32 hrs, Alberto Hurtado University,
Chile. (First semester)
2011-2012
Logical Reasoning
BA in Social Sciences, 45 hrs, Adolfo Ibáñez University, Chile.
2010-2012
Logic
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BA in Music Education, 45 hrs, Andrés Bello University, Chile.
2011-2012
Philosophical Anthropology
BA in Primary Education, 30 hrs, Andrés Bello University, Chile.
2010
Analytic Epistemology (Teacher assistant)
Bachelor in Philosophy, 20 hrs, Alberto Hurtado University. (First Semester)
2009
Logic and Philosophy of Science (Teacher assistant)
BA in Social Sciences, 20 hrs, University of Leipzig, Germany.
Research involvement
2014-
Member of IFICC: Instituto de Filosofía y Ciencias de la Complejidad, Santiago,
Chile.
2011-2013
Member of “Causalidad”, research group on Causality, University of Santiago,
Chile.
2010-2012
Research Assistant of the “Mind, Language and Knowledge” research project,
Alberto Hurtado University, Chile.
Languages
Spanish (native);
English (fluent);
German (fluent).
Referees
Professor Roman Frigg, London School of Economics (MSc supervisor)
r.p.frigg@lse.ac.uk
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Doctor Bryan Roberts, London School of Economics
b.w.roberts@lse.ac.uk
Doctor Adam Caulton, University of Cambridge
adam.caulton@gmail.com
Doctor Francisco Pereira, Universidad Alberto Hurtado
francisco@correo.org.uk
Doctor Guillermo Palma, Universidad de Santiago (MA co-supervisor)
guillermo.palma@usach.cl
October, 2014
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