About

Welcome to my personal website! 

I am a postdoc at the Center for Philosophy of Science at the University of Pittsburgh. My research project is titled Causation, Continuity, and Complexity and concerns various issue regarding the relationship between causation and time. Previously I was a postdoc at the Tilburg Center for Logic, Ethics and Philosophy of Science and I did my doctoral research at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. 

I research general philosophy of science, focusing on causation and causal modeling. My research addresses a wide range of questions concerning the nature and scope of causal explanation, as well as epistemological questions about how to choose among the theories compatible with one’s evidence. I am also interested in the use of causal concepts in particular sciences, and have engaged with fields as diverse as population genetics, psychometrics, and neuroscience.

When not doing philosophy, I enjoy cycling, craft beer and classical music. I do not enjoy any sport involving a ball, disappointing craft beer or Jeff Koons