PhD Candidate Department of Philosophy, Logic, and Scientific Method London School of Economics
I work broadly in social choice theory and related fields such as formal epistemology and philosophy of science. Much of my work is at the intersection of individual decision-making and group decision mechanisms. Lately, I have been pondering AI decision-making.
Before joining LSE, I attended Carnegie Mellon University and received my MSc in Logic, Computation, and Methodology. Prior to this, I received my BA in Philosophy and Economics from the University of Bayreuth.
If you are interested in what I am doing, you can find more detailed descriptions of my work in the research section.
All pictures on this website are from Paul Klee. They make me smile. Maybe they do the same for you. This one is called die Hexe mit dem Kamm, 1922 (The Witch with the Comb).