Carmelina Contarino

Carmelina Contarino is an Honours student in the History & Philosophy of Science program. Her thesis explores scientific methodology through understanding researcher’s perceptions of exploratory research. Carmelina is interested in how perception of exploratory modes forms part of the research cycle, its impact on epistemic iteration and the self-correcting nature of science. Carmelina is also a researcher at the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Ethics (CAIDE) and a tutor in the Melbourne Law School breadth subject AI, Ethics and the Law (LAWS10009).

As part of the SHAPS Forum team, Carmelina produces content for the HPS program and photography for Forum.