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Humanist Archives: May 3, 2023, 6:48 a.m. Humanist 36.567 - events cfp: history and philosophy of computing (Warsaw)

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        Date: 2023-05-03 05:42:15+00:00
        From: Mate Szabo <www.mate@GMAIL.COM>
        Subject: CfA (extended): HaPoC 2023 - 7th International Conference on the History and Philosophy of Computing - new deadline 15 May

Dear all.

Submissions are still open for the 7th edition of HaPoC, to be hosted
by the Faculty of Administration and Social Sciences at Warsaw
University of Technology from 18 through 20 October, 2023.

   Important dates:
- Submission deadline: May 15 (extended from April 30)
- Notification of acceptance/rejection: June 30th, 2023
- Conference: October 18-20, 2023

Conference website:
Submission website:
HaPoC website (with links to past conferences):

About the conference:

Since 2011, the biennial History and Philosophy of Computing (HaPoC)
conference series has contributed to building an interdisciplinary
community that addresses the topics of computing and computing
technology. HaPoC aims to bring together historians, philosophers,
computer scientists, social scientists, legal scholars, designers,
engineers, practitioners, artists, logicians, mathematicians, each
with their own experience and expertise, to participate in the
collective construction of a comprehensive and forward-looking image
of computing.

For HaPoC-7, we welcome contributions from researchers from different
disciplinary backgrounds who intend to participate in the debates on
the implications of computing and computing technologies for culture,
science, and society. HaPoC participants contribute from their
respective areas of expertise and are open to engage in
interdisciplinary discussions across multiple fields. Topics include
but are not limited to:

- Historical aspects of computing
- Philosophical aspects of computing
- Ethical and legal aspect of computing
- Social and cultural aspects of computing
- Computing and the arts

How to submit:
We cordially invite researchers working in a field relevant to the
main topics of the conference to submit two items for review:
a short abstract of 180-200 words and
an extended abstract of at most 1.000 words (references included)
Submissions shall be made through EasyChair under this link:
All abstracts will be reviewed by the members of the Programme Committee.

We look forward to meeting you at HaPoC-7 in Warsaw!

The local organising committee

Lecturer in Computing
School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences
University of Greenwich <>

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