MCMP Summer School Mathematical Philosophy for Female Students 2018
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Esa Díaz León is a Ramón y Cajal Researcher in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Barcelona. She received her BA from the University of Murcia (Spain), and her PhD from the University of Sheffield (UK). Before joining the University of Barcelona, she taught at the University of Manitoba (Canada). She specializes in philosophy of mind and language, and philosophy of gender, race and sexuality, and she also has interests in metaphysics and epistemology. Her current work focuses on methodological issues having to do with conceptual ethics, verbal disputes, and metaphysical deflationism; and she is also interested in applying these methodological insights to the study of gender, race and sexual orientation.

Stephan Hartmann is a Professor for Philosophy of Science at the Faculty of Philosophy, Philosophy of Science and the Study of Religion at LMU Munich, Alexander von Humboldt Professor, and Co-Director of the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP). His current research interests include formal social epistemology (especially models of deliberation, norm emergence, and pluralistic ignorance), the philosophy and psychology of reasoning, intertheoretic relations, and (imprecise) probabilities in quantum mechanics. For more information, visit his website.

Hannes Leitgeb is a Professor for Mathematical Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics at the Faculty of Philosophy, Philosophy of Science and the Study of Religion at LMU Munich, Alexander von Humboldt Professor, and Co-Director of the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP). His research Interests lie primarily in logic, epistemology, philosophy of mathematics, philosophy of language, cognitive science, philosophy of science, and history of philosophy. For more information, visit his website.

Friederike Moltmann is research director at the French Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and in recent years visiting researcher at New York University. Her research focuses on the interface between natural language semantics and philosophy (metaphysics, but also philosophy of mind, philosophy of language and philosophy of mathematics). She received a PhD in linguistics in 1992 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and taught both linguistics and philosophy at various universities in the US, the UK, France, and Italy. In 2007, she received a Chaire d'Excellence from the Agence Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique entitled 'Semantic Structure and Ontological Structure'. For more information see her website.

Barbara Vetter is Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at Freie Universität Berlin. Her research interests focus on the metaphysics of modality as well as the semantics of modal language, as well as topics at the intersection of metaphysics and the philosophy of science, such as dispositions and laws of nature. She is the author of "Potentiality: From dispositions to modality" (OUP 2015) and many articles on related subjects. For more information, visit her website.

Jo E. Wolff is a lecturer in philosophy of science at King’s College London. Jo’s current research concerns the metaphysical status of quantities in physics and other topics in the metaphysics of science. Jo has also published on the history and interpretation of quantum mechanics and realism debates in the philosophy of science. Before joining King’s in 2017, Jo was an assistant professor at the University of Hong Kong, a visiting assistant professor at the University of Puget Sound, and an ACLS postdoc at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. After an undergraduate degree in philosophy from the University of Munich, Jo earned a PhD in philosophy from Stanford in 2010. For more information, visit her website.