I am very pleased to announce that the University of Geneva has awarded me the title of Doctor of Philosophy for my dissertation entitled “The Asymmetric Nature of Time”.
Even if writing a thesis is, in many respects, a solitary adventure, it could not be pursued without the support of many professors, colleagues and friends. I would like to take advantage of this post to thank all those who have accompanied me during these four wonderful years.
Ce semestre, j’aurai le plaisir de proposer un exposé dans le cadre du colloque de recherche de l’Institut de Philosophie de l’Université de Neuchâtel. Mon intervention, intitulée “Vers une redéfinition des théories du temps”, est programmée le mardi 11 mai à 16h15.
My paper “How is the Asymmetry between the Open Future and the Fixed Past to be characterized?” (Synthese, 2019) has been ranked among the top-5 articles submitted in the “Prix JCJC 2020” competition, organized by La Société de Philosophie des Sciences.