Goldberg Award in computing and philosophy


The International Association for Computing and Philosophy awards the Goldberg award to a graduate student doing work in some area of computing and philosophy. The awards committee invites graduate students to submit an essay of no more than 4000 words to be consideration for this award. Submissions should be made in the PDF file format to

Marcello Guarini (Chair, IACAP Awards Committee)


Faculty who are teaching or supervising eligible students are encourage to pass this note along to them. Only single-authored works are eligible for this award.

The award, which carries a $500 US stipend from Carnegie Mellon University, will be acknowledged at the 2012 AISB/IACAP World Congress.

Deadline: March 22nd, 2012

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