CEPE 2011– Crossing Boundaries: Ethics in Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Relations
Posted on June 29, 2010 by cepe2011
CEPE 2011 – Crossing Boundaries: Ethics in Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Relations
The CEPE (Computer Ethics Philosophical Enquiry) conference series is recognized as one of the premier international events on computer and information ethics attended by delegates from all over the world. Conferences are held about every 24 months, alternating between Europe and the United States.
CEPE 2011 will be held 31 May through 3 June 2011, in Milwaukee, WI, USA.
Crossing Boundaries: Ethics in Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Relationswill provide an opportunity for researchers and students to discuss current ethical and philosophical issues related to information technology from an international and interdisciplinary perspective.
CEPE 2011 will be hosting a keynote panel comprised of international scholars including:
Rafael Capurro, Ph.D. – Director, Steinbeis-Transfer-Institut Information Ethics
Charles Ess, Ph.D. – Professor, Department of Information and Media Studies at Aarhus University, Denmark.
Luciano Floridi, Ph.D. – Research Chair in Philosophy of Information, Department of Philosophy, University of Hertfordshire
Soraj Hongladarom, Ph.D. – Director, Center for Ethics of Science and Technology and associate professor of philosophy at Chulalongkorn University
Dennis Ocholla, Ph.D. – Senior Professor, University of Zululand
The conference co-chairs are Johannes Britz, Elizabeth Buchanan, and Michael Zimmer of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Information Studies.
The local organizing committee is comprised of:
Herman Tavani, River College
Frances Grodzinsky, Sacred Heart University
Kenneth Himma, Seattle Pacific University
Anthony Hoffmann, UW-Milwaukee
Elizabeth Buchanan, UW-Stout
Michael Zimmer, UW-Milwaukee
Jeremy Mauger, UW-Milwaukee
The hosting institutions include the School of Information Studies (UW-Milwaukee) and the Center for Information Policy Research(UW-Milwaukee).