PROGIC 2019, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Germany, July 2019. (forthcoming)
Statistical Reasoning and Scientic Error, MCMP Munich, Germany, July 2019. (forthcoming)
FEW 2019, University of Turin, June 2019, (poster session).
Contemporary Philosophy of Science, University of Economics, Czech Rep., September 2018.
Entia et Nomina, University of Gdańsk, Poland, August 2018.
Epistemic Utility Theory 2016 Conference, University of Bristol, UK, June 2016.
Society for Exact Philosophy Annual Meeting, University of Miami, USA, May 2016.
2nd Munich Graduate Workshop in Mathematical Philosophy: Formal Epistemology, University of Munich, Germany, April 2016.
Entia et Nomina, University of Krakow, Poland, September 2015.
Aristotelian Society Annual Meeting, University of Warwick, UK, June 2015.
The Odds for Bayesianism, 4th WAFP Graduate Conference, Vienna, Austria, May 2015.
Society for Exact Philosophy Annual Meeting, MacMaster University, Canada, May 2015.
The 2nd Belgrade University Graduate Conference in Philosophy, Belgrade, Serbia, April 2015.
The Seventh Workshop on Combining Probability and Logic, University of Kent, UK, April 2015.
Workshop in Formal Epistemology, National University of Singapore, Singapore, November 2014.
8th Annual Arche Graduate Conference, University of St. Andrews, UK, November 2014.
Rene Descartes Lectures, University of Tilburg, Netherlands, October 2014.
Epistemology and Cognition, University of Groningen, Netherlands, August 2014
International Conference on Epistemology & Cognitive Science, Xiamen University, China, June 2014
The 1st Belgrade University Graduate Conference in Philosophy, Belgrade, Serbia, April 20104.
Carr, J. Can Accuracy Motivate Modesty?, FEW 2018, University of Toronto, Canada, June 2018.
Landes, J. & Masterton, G. Invariant Equivocation, FEW 2016, University of Groningen, Netherlands, June 2016.
Godziszewski, M. T. Classical Extensions of Generalized Probability Spaces and Feintzeig's Conjecture, Entia et Nomina,
University of Krakow, Poland, September 2015.
Dorst, K. The Lockean Thesis Maximizes Expected Accuracy, Epistemic Consequentialism, University of Kent, UK, June 2015.