From 2007 through 2017 I was working at LMU Munich, first at the chair of philosophy, logic and philosophy of science, and later at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP). The focus of my research there was on formal epistemology and the philosophy of science: causal modeling, the metaphysics of causation, conditionals, Bayesian networks and the foundations of probability, as well as artificial intelligence, automata and algorithms. As a member of the research group on the philosophy of pharmacology (2015-2017), I applied Bayesian epistemology and causal inference methods to problems of risk assessment in clinical research.