This workshop brings together an interdisciplinary group of researchers interested in issues of scientific error. Participants share their views on how scientific errors can be detected and corrected, how they influence scientific communities, and the perception of science as a whole.
The topics of the workshop include, but are not limited to:
- replicability of research findings
- statistical and social reforms to address error (e.g., Bayesian vs frequentist statistics, publication practices, incentive structures)
- evidence aggregation, meta-analysis, and evidence hierarchies
- error propagation and error correction
- values in science, and their impact on scientific error
- trust in science, science denial, etc.
Please submit an extended abstract (max 1000 words) and a short abstract (max 100 words) suitable for blind review until 20 April 2017 via the EasyChair review system (link below). The following categories are welcome:
Participants can indicate in EasyChair whether they want their presentation submission, if not accepted, to be considered for the poster session.
Notifications of acceptance are expected on April 30, 2017.
Jan Sprenger (Tilburg University, NL)
Felipe Romero(Tilburg University, NL)
Noah van Dongen (Tilburg University, NL)
Dates and Deadlines
20 April: Submission Deadline
30 April: Notification of Acceptance
26-27 June: Workshop