I am a postdoctoral scholar at the the Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, Irvine.
I am interested in Psychological and Epistemic Game Theory, Evolutionary (Game) Theory, and Judgement and Decision-Making. I find projects in these areas most interesting if theories come back-to-back with experimental testing and measurement.
My work can broadly be divided into two lines of research: 1) the foundations of psychological mechanisms and 2) the evolution of cooperation.
Since July 2015, I am a member of the EpiCenter (Research Center for Epistemic Game Theory) at Maastricht University.
I did my PhD at CREED (Amsterdam School of Economics) under the supervision of Theo Offerman and Matthijs van Veelen after graduating from the Tinbergen Institute's MPhil in Economics program. I did my undergraduate in Management, Philosophy and Economics at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management. My undergraduate supervisors were Hartmut Kliemt and Bernd Lahno.
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