After an intense sabbatical, I was a Visiting Fellow of Daniel Dennett at Tufts University, Center for Cognitive Studies from September - December 2018. Until October 2016 I worked as a Scientific Researcher and Scientific Coordinator of the postdoctoral program at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain. (see CV)
Having an interdisciplinary background, I am convinced that empirically informed philosophy enables us to pose new questions and offer new answers. My research interests focus on topics from Philosophy of Mind, especially the field of social cognition including joint actions and theory of mind. Actually, I work on a conceptual framework by which intersections between humans, other animals and artificial agents can be described in more detail. (see Talks)
The experience in scientific management made it possible to organize scientific events using new formats to stimulate interdisciplinary interaction and to foster outspoken debates. An overview of organized events can be found here.