2012-Helge Krag. University of Aarhus- Niels Bohr’s Theory of Atoms and Molecules: The Role of Experiments.Â
2013-Michel Janssen. University of Minnesota-Arches and Scaffoldings: Continuity and Discontinuity in Building Relativity and Quantum Theory.
2014- Hasok Chang. Cambridge University- Reductionism and the Relationship between Physics and Chemistry
2015- Arthur Fine, University of Washington- Instrumentalism Revisited
2016- Kostas Gavroglu, Athens University- A question in need of an answer: How can the phenomenal publishing success of Kuhn’s Structure be understood?
2017- Ana Simões, Centro Interuniversitário de História das Ciências e da Tecnologia , Portugal- Shifting European Centers and Peripheries: The case of Portugal and the naturalist Correia da Serra (1751-1823).
2018- Christoph Lehner, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science- The Rationality of Science: What Have We Learned from History of Science?
2019- Theodore Arabatzis, University of Athens – Rethinking the Project of the Philosophical History of Science.