Prof. Dr. Gabriele Gramelsberger
Alumni FU Berlin
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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).


Current Position and Activities
Professor for Philosophy of Science and Technology, RWTH Aachen University
»Homepage RWTH Aachen University

Member of the DFG-Network "Affect- and Psychotechnology Studies (APTS)" (PI: Bernd Bösel, Potsdam) University of Potsdam, Leuphana University Lüneburg, University of Vienna, University of Paderborn, TU Technische Universität Darmstadt, RWTH Aachen (2015-2017)
»Affect- and Psychotechnology Studies

Member of the Swiss-German 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 (2012-2019)
»Comutersignale

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.


Books
M. Heymann, G. Gramelsberger, M. Mahony (ed.): Cultures of Prediction, Routledge 2017 G. Gramelsberger: Computerexperimente, Bielefeld 2010 G. Gramelsberger, F. Feichter (eds.): Climate Change and Policy, Heidelberg/Berlin/New York 2011 G. Gramelsberger (ed.): From Science to Computational Sciences, Zurich/Berlin 2011 G. Gramelsberger, P. Bexte, W. Kogge: Synthesis, Bielefeld 2013


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Matthias Heymann (Arhus), Gabriele Gramelsberger (Berlin), Martin Mahony (Nottingham) (eds.): Cultures of Prediction in Atmospheric and Climate Science, (Routledge Environmental Humanities), London: Routledge/Francis & Taylor 2017 »Table of content Conjoint publication of the DFG Scientific Network "Atmosphere & Algorithms" »Atmosphere & Algorithms

"Die Kunst des Modellierens", opening lecture of the conjoint research project "Literary Modelling and Energy Transition", University of Münster and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, 23.10.17 »Program

"Promising Care, Longing for Data", presentation in the panel "Ambiguity of Algorithmic Care", conference "Affective Transformations: Politics. Algorithms. Media", University of Postdam, 2.-4.11.2017 »Affective Transformations

"Philosophie, Klima, Komplexe Systeme", lecture, colloquium of the Institute of Philosophy, RUB Bochum, 7.12.2017