I am a post-doc at the Institute of Philosophy at the University of Graz and at the Department of Social Sciences and Economics at the University of Salzburg; I am also a fellow at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research at the University of Bielefeld. My main research interest is in empirically informed ethics (e.g., implications of experimental psychology for theories of moral justification), but also in moral psychology and experimental philosophy more generally. Moreover, I also work in political philosophy, applied ethics and legal philosophy.
Before moving to Austria, I studied philosophy and law at the University of Hamburg and did my PhD on methods in applied ethics. I had fabulous research stays at Georgetown University and Oxford University.
For more information about me, my work and publications just follow the links on the left. Also, you are always welcome to email me!