Prof. Dr. Gabriele Gramelsberger
Alumni FU Berlin
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Chair of Theory of Science and Technology, RWTH Aachen University



Research
I am a philosopher who is interested in the influence of computation on science and society and the applicability of mathematics. I have conducted an extensive study on the influence of computer based simulation on science, in particular in climate research (2002 - 2008) and cell biology (2009 - 2014). In 2017 I moved to the RWTH Aachen University where I am building up the Computational Science Studies Lab (CSS-Lab).

Why do I have a personal website from the FU Freie Universität Berlin?
I am an alumni of the FU Freie Universität Berlin since 2014, where I have received my PhD in philosophy in 2001, have worked from 2004 to 2012 and teached from 2006 to 2014. Since 2015 I am a member of the Ernst-Reuter-Gesellschaft (ERG), which supports the FU Freie Universität Berlin.

Current Position and Activities
Professor for Theory of Science and Technology (TST), RWTH Aachen University (since 2017)
»Homepage RWTH Aachen University (external link)

Member of the North Rhine-Westphalian Academy of Sciences, Humanities and the Arts (since 2019)
»NRW Academy of Sciences (external link)

Director of the Käte Hamburger Kolleg "Cultures of Research" at RWTH Aachen University (since 2021)
»KHK "Cultures of Research" (external link)

Member of several reserch groups
- VW-Foundation Research Group "Mind the Game!" (PI: Markus Rautzenberg), Foklkwang Essen, RWTH Aachen University, University of Bielefeld, Leuphana University Luneburg (2018-2022)
»Mind the Game! (external link)
- VW-Foundation Research Group "Gesellschaft nach dem Geld. Eine Simulation" (PI: Jens Schröter, Univerisity of Bonn), University of Bonn, Wirtschaftsuniversität Vienna, LMU München, RWTH Aachen, Commons-Institut (2018-2022)
»Gesellschaft nach dem Geld (external link)
- Swiss-German NSF Research Group "Computersignale. Kunst und Biologie im Zeitalter ihres digitalen Experimentierens" (PI: Hannes Rickli, Zürich), ZHdK Zürich, University of Lucerne, Academy of Science Berlin, RWTH Aachen, University of Texas Austin, AWI Helgoland (2012-2020)
»Comutersignale (external link)


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Computational Science Studies Lab (CSS-Lab)