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Research Group

General Info

Methods of Causal Inference and Scientific Representation (MCISR) is a pioneering research group in Spain, founded in 2004 and based at the Complutense University of Madrid. Its members conduct research on the philosophical foundations of physics, with a special focus on causal inference and scientific representation.
    MCISR members are involved in several research projects. The activities of the group aim at consolidating research links with other international groups working on the diverse aspects of causal inference and its application to quantum mechanics, as well as on topics related to scientific representation and modelling. MCISR is also part of the following research networks:

    :: The Reasoning Club [>]
    :: ‘Culturas, Representaciones, Espacios, Prácticas’ (netCREP) [>]
    :: Causation in Science Collaborative Network (CauSci) [>]


New Joining Group Members

Requirements to become a member of this research group:
 : First degree in some natural or social science, or analytical philosophy of science.
 : Fluency in both written and spoken English.
 : Additional qualifications or proven knowledge (e. g. at Master's level) in logic and/or philosophy of science.

Additional requirements to opt for positions/scholarships at doctorate/postdoctoral level:
 : First Degree/Master/PhD from an institution other than Complutense University

For additional information please contact Mauricio Suárez, Principal Investigator.




  [>] go to the Causal and Classical Concepts in Science webpage

[>] go to the Complutense University of Madrid webpage



last updated 17/06/2015

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