I am a postdoctoral researcher in the
Philosophy Department at the University of Bayreuth
and the Political Theory Group at the University of Bamberg.
I am also a member of research projects on Collective Attitude Formation (Bayreuth/Paris),
From Shared Evidence to Group Attitudes (Bayreuth/Prague),
and Logics of Information Flow in Social Networks (Tsinghua).
My work is mostly in logic and political theory. I am interested in how collective patterns from common belief to societal inequality emerge through the interaction of individuals. Occasionally, my work also touches on issues in epistemology, philosophy of science, game theory, ethics and philosophy of action.
I teach in the Bayreuth Philosophy & Economics program as well as the Bamberg Political Science program. A list of present and past courses can be found here.
I hold a PhD in Philosophy, obtained from the Tilburg Center for Logic, Ethics and Philosophy of Science in 2015.