About Me

I received my PhD from the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method at the London School of Economics and  Political Science.  Before joining the PhD programme at the LSE, I obtained a an MSc in Philosophy of the Social Sciences from the London School of Economics and Political Science (2010) and a BA in Political Science from Vilnius University (2009). 

My research interests lie at the intersection of philosophy of science, microeconomic theory, and statistics. I am primarily interested in the question of how agents, whether humans or AI systems, should revise their beliefs and make decisions in situations of uncertainty. To tackle this question, I develop and study formal models representing belief revision and decision-making in various types of decision problems involving uncertainty.

 I am also exploring the normative and descriptive limitations of game theory.