Weekly Research Seminar (pre-read format) with Rafaela Hillerbrand, Anna Wehofsits and Gregor Betz.
Richard Lohse is teaching an introductory course in "Formal Epistemology".
Summer Term 2021
Interdisciplinary seminar on langauge models and their applications in social science and humanities with Christian Seidel, Anne Koziolek, Annette Leßmöllmann and Gregor Betz.
Joint teaching module (Bern-KIT) on argument analysis with Georg Brun and Gregor Betz.
DebateLab has organized multiple summer schools on argument analysis and argument mapping, with Georg Brun, Holm Tetens and others.
Gregor Betz has been co-teaching with colleagues from computer science on "algorithmics methods in the humanities", "graph drawing" and "superintelligence".
David Lanius and Michael Schefczyk have co-organize a two-day NCH-KIT conference "Improving Public Debate and Political Decision-Making: The Last Democracy Conference before Brexit?" which was held 28-29 march 2019 in London.
The international workshop "Suspension of Belief," co-organized by Alexandra Zinke, was held 26-27 October 2018 at University Mannheim, Chair of Theoretical Philosophy / Philosophy of Language.
With Dunja Šešelja (LMU Munich, Ruhr-University Bochum) and Christian Straßer (Ruhr-University Bochum), DebateLab has organized a conference on agent based models in philosophy, which was held from 20-22 March 2019 in Bochum.
DebateLab has co-organized and contributed to an interdisciplinary workshop on online participation, held from 09 to 10/11/2017 at KIT / ITAS.
DebateLab's international workshop on Argumentation and Opinion Dynamics, which explores ways of representing argumentation in multi-agent models of opinion dynamics, was held at June 19.
Judgment Aggregation meets Argumentation, an interdisciplinary workshop with scholars from KIT and HHU Düsseldorf, was held at Feb 2, 2017.