I am Postdoctoral Research Associate at Brown University's Political Theory Project. My research is driven by a simple question: How can we make moral progress despite pervasive disagreements in both normative and descriptive theory?
To tackle this question, my research focuses on issues in the intersection between political philosophy, philosophy of economics, institutional epistemology, moral epistemology and philosophy of science.
07/12/17 Roman Herzog Research Award!
Sometimes a flash hits a spot twice! Today, I received the First Prize of the Roman Herzog Research Award for my dissertation Polycentric Democracy - Making Use of Diversity.
The research award comes with a €20.000 cash prize.
07/12/17 Explaining my research on Youtube.
The Roman Herzog institute made really cool animated videos for these years awardees! Need to work on my facial expressions. The video-crew, on the other hand, made a great job!
06/30/17 Ethics Comittee draws on my research
My research on the ethics settings of autonomous cars is featured in the final report of the Ethics Comittee for Automated Driving appointed by the Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure.
... also the article just broke the 2k downloads!
10/31/16 Werner von Melle Award
Very happy to announce that I received the Werner von Melle Award for my dissertation 'Polycentric Democracy-Making Use of Diversity'. Super greatful! This was really unexpected!
The research award comes with a €10.000 cash prize.