I am a philosopher working at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, as a Marie Curie Fellow. In late August of 2015, I will move to the Minneapolis/St. Paul area to join the Department of Philosophy at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities as an Assistant Professor, but I will retain my affiliation with the MCMP through 2016.

Much of my work so far has concerned the foundations of physics and of statistics, and how problems in these fields inform and are informed by broader issues in the philosophy of science.  I also have interests in the conceptual and physical basis of computation, the philosophy of applied mathematics, and the history of physics and philosophy of science.

Here on my webpage you can check out summaries of my recent research and teaching as well as download my papers and a current CV.