Welcome to the webpage of 4th International conference on history and philosophy of computing
held under the auspices of the DHST/DLMPS commission for the History and Philosophy of Computing (HaPoC) at Masaryk University in Brno from 4 to 7 October 2017.
The conference will be preceded by a special workshop on the reception of Hilbert's axiomatic method in Eastern Europe on 3 October 2017, organized by Mate Szabó (see the link in the left column for more details).
Accompanying cultural programme will include: the remake of the 1968 Brno exhibition Computer Graphic (featuring Frieder Nake and others), the first computer art exhibition in Eastern Europe, preceding Cybernetic Serendipity by several months, Live coding performance (inspired by the Exhibition Computer Graphic), the concert Exposition of New Music (contemporary music), and field recordings of Brno (student project).
A selection of revised contributions to the Conference will be published in a Special Issue of Philosophy & Technology (Springer).
For more information on the mission of HaPoC and the HaPoC commission: