(1) In peer-reviewed journals
Linnemann, Niels: On the empirical coherence and the spatiotemporal gap problem in quantum gravity — and why functionalism does not (have to) help. Synthese: SI Spacetime Functionalism (Forthcoming).
Linnemann, Niels: On metaphysically necessary laws from physics. European Journal for the Philosophy of Science (Forthcoming).
Crowther, Karen; Linnemann, Niels & Wüthrich, Christian: What we cannot learn from analogue experiments. Synthese: Special Issue: Reasoning in Physics (Forthcoming). Preprint
Le Bihan, Baptiste & Linnemann, Niels: Have We Lost Spacetime on the Way? Narrowing the Gap Between General Relativity and Quantum Gravity. Studies of History and Philosophy of Modern Physics (Forthcoming).
Menon, Tushar; Linnemann, Niels & Read, James: Clocks and Chronogeometry: Rotating spacetimes and the relativistic null hypothesis. The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (Forthcoming). Preprint
Linnemann, Niels & Visser, Manus: Hints toward the emergent nature of gravity. Studies of History and Philosophy of Modern Physics (2018). Preprint
Doboszewski, Juliusz & Linnemann, Niels: How not to establish the non-renormalizability of gravity. Foundations of Physics (2017): 1-16. Preprint
Crowther, Karen & Linnemann, Niels: Renormalizability, fundamentality, and a final theory: The role of UV-completion in the search for quantum gravity. The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (2017). Preprint
Irbäck, Anders; Jonsson, Sigurdur; Linnemann, Niels; Linse, Björn; Wallin, Stefan: Aggregate geometry in amyloid fibril nucleation, in Physical Review Letters (2013). Paper
(2) In edited volumes
Linnemann, Niels: Interpretations of GR as guidelines for theory change, in Claus Beisbart, Tilman Sauer, and Christian Wüthrich, editors: Thinking About Space and Time: 100 Years of Applying and Interpreting General Relativity. Birkhäuser (Basel), Forthcoming.
For current drafts (on – thermodynamic GR, – symmetry and conservation laws, – quantisation) and my thesis (philosophy of quantum gravity as a philosophy of discovery) — otherwise to be made available online soon —, please feel free to email me (niels.linnemann AT uni-bremen.de).
9/2019 Contributed talk: Quantisation as a method of discovery: the nature and prospects of quantisation approaches to quantum gravity (EPSA 2019, Geneva)
7/2019 Contributed talk: Quantisation as a method of discovery (BSPS 2019, Durham)
4/2019 Invited talk: On Metaphysically Necessary Laws in Physics (DFG Inductive Metaphysics workshop on Counterpossibles, Counternomics and Causal Theories of Properties, Cologne)
2/2019 Contributed talk: On Metaphysically Necessary Laws in Physics (German Society for Philosophy of Science, Cologne)
9/2018 Contributed talk: Does GR need an interpretation? (Swiss Society for Logic and Philosophy of Science: Annual Meeting 2018, Lugano)
3/2018 Contributed talk: Have We Lost Spacetime on the Way? Narrowing the Gap Between General Relativity and Quantum Gravity, joint work with Baptiste Le Bihan (DPG Frühjahrstagung, Berlin)
9/2017 Contributed talk: Quo vadis GR? Indications for an Emergent Nature of GR, together with Manus Visser (Thinking about Space and Time: 100 Years of Applying and Interpreting General Relativity, Bern)
9/2017 Contributed talk: Why the Metric Field and Its Dynamics Should Be Emergent, joint work with Manus Visser (EPSA 2017, Exeter)
8/2017 Contributed talk: On principles of theory construction and justification in quantum gravity, joint work with Karen Crowther (ECAP 9, LMU Munich)
7/2017 Contributed talk: The role of UV completion in the search for quantum gravity, together with Karen Crowther (BSPS 2017, Edinburgh)
2/2017 Contributed talk: How not to establish the non-renormalizability of gravity, poster presentation (Quantum Spacetime and the Renormalization Group conference, Lorentz Center, Leiden)
12/2016 Contributed talk: On principles of theory construction and justification in quantum gravity, together with Karen Crowther (Reasoning in Physics Workshop, Center for Advanced Studies, Munich)
6/2016 Student talk: The Renormalizability of Gravity, joint work with Juliuz Doboszewski (International Summer Institute in Philosophy of Physics, Williamsbay, Wisconsin)
5/2016 Contributed talk: The Renormalizability of Gravity, together with Juliuz Doboszewski (Philosophy of Physics Workshop, University of Bern)
11/2015 Contributed talk: Emergent Gravity vs. Quantum General Relativity? (Philosophy of Physics graduate seminar, University of Oxford)