Educational Implications of the History and Philosophy of Science and Mathematics

(PhD course)

19 – 23 September 2016

Copenhagen, Denmark

This international doctoral course will focus on the utilization of historical and philosophical scholarship to inform science and mathematics education.

Among the course lecturers are Michael Matthews (founding editor of Science & Education), Peter Heering (Past President IHPST), Tinne Hoff Kjeldsen (Didactics and History of Mathematics), Helge Kragh (History of Physics) and Jesper Lützen (History of Mathematics).


The course is free of charge and lunch is included. Participants must secure their own travel expenses.


Please register by uploading one page description of your current research or development project and a one page CV no later than July 1.

Applicants will be informed of their acceptance by July 5 and a detailed program will be online by August 1. There is a limit of 25 doctoral students.

More information about the course and a registration link can be found at

Ricardo Karam

Department of Science Education

University of Copenhagen






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