I’m an assistant professor at Leibniz University Hannover. My research focuses on:

1) General philosophy of science; especially concerning inference from models, simulations, and experiments. 2) Philosophy of social science, where I focus on issues surrounding the role of moral and political values in social science methodology. 3) Philosophy of economics, focusing on causal inference from experimental and quasi-experimental data and evidence integration. 4) Philosophy of AI/ML; focusing on issues of bias in AI and ML applications.

Before joining Hannover, I did my PhD in philosophy at Durham University (supervisors: Nancy Cartwright, Wendy…

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