International Council for
Philosophy and Human Sciences

Benedikt Löwe

Vice-President / Vice-Présidente

Benedikt Löwe ScD MAE FISC is a mathematician, logician, and philosopher based at the Universities of Hamburg and Cambridge. He is a member of the Academia Europaea, of the Académie Internationale de Philosophie des Sciences (AIPS), of the Akademie der Wissenschaften in Hamburg and a Fellow of the International Science Council.

In Hamburg, he is the chairholder of the CIPSH Chair Diversity of Mathematical Research Cultures and Practices (DMRCP) and leads the research group Mathematical Logic and interdisciplinary applications of logic (ML) at the Fachbereich Mathematik at the Universität Hamburg. In Cambridge, he is College Professor and Bye Fellow at Lucy Cavendish College, Fellow and Tutor at Churchill College, Bye Fellow at St Edmund's College, and Affiliated Lecturer at the Department of Pure Mathematics and
Mathematical Statistics.

In the past, he served a Assistant Secretary General (2011-2015) and Secretary General (2015-2023) of DLMPST and on the CIPSH Executive Committee (since 2017).

Professor Löwe’s research covers mathematical logic and the foundations of mathematics as well as the empirical study of methodology of science (with a particular emphasis on mathematics).

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