|About||Research||Teachings||Misc.||Contact||Aïda Elamrani-Raoult's Homepage|
Disclaimer: my webpage has not been updated for months, it should undergo a drastic redesign by the end of the year (probably over the Christmas holidays, if you need recent info, contact me directly)
I am interested in
the interactions between Computer Science and
on ontological issues regarding the mind, which leads me to
questions in Cognitive Neuroscience and
Psychology. I also investigate the validity of such reasoning through
the scope of Metaphysics and History of Science.
Philosophy: explanatory gap; consciousness; qualia; metaphysics; scientific knowledge and reasoning; creativity; (meta)logic; linguistics.
Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology: brain-computer interfaces; introspection; perception; linguistics; individual and collective consciousness / unconsciousness; self;
Theoretical Computer Science:
computational complexity; information theory;
representationalism; levels of abstraction; artificial intelligence; machine
learning; metalearning; metamathematics; history of mathematics and computer
I hold a Master's Degree in theoretical computer science from Aix-Marseille Université and I am currently enrolled for a PhD in philosophy at ENS, under the supervision of Uriah Kriegel (Institut Nicod).
People often ask why I live in Marseille while doing my PhD in Paris. I am married to Sacha Raoult (check out his new network Computational Social Sciences) and together we raise our two children under the sunny & blue skies of Marseille!