Current academic position:

Principal investigator, DFG-funded research project on the philosophy of complexity economics – 04/2020 to 03/2025

Past academic positions:

Temporary full professor for Theoretical Philosophy, Philosophy Department, University of Konstanz - 04/2022 to 03/2023

Temporary full professor for Epistemology and Theory of Science, University College Freiburg – 10/2018 to 03/2020

Assistant professor, University of Konstanz – 04/2018 to 09/2018

Chair for Theoretical Philosophy (Thomas Müller), Philosophy Department

Assistant professor, University of Konstanz – 10/2013 to 03/2018

Chair for Logic and Philosophy of the Exact Sciences (Wolfgang Spohn), Philosophy Department

Postdoctoral researcher, Hebrew University of Jerusalem – 10/2011 to 09/2013

Philosophy Department

Research and teaching fellow, University of Heidelberg – 04/2009 to 09/2011

Philosophy Department

Teaching fellow, University of Heidelberg – 04/2009 to 09/2011

Economics Department (Alfred-Weber-Institut)

Academic degrees:

Habilitation, University of Konstanz – 07/2017

Venia Legendi for philosophy, Habilitation thesis: “Causality, inference, and objectivity in macroeconomics”

PhD, University of Heidelberg – 03/2009

Dissertation: „Gebrauch oder Herstellung? Heidegger über Eigentlichkeit, Wahrheit und phänomenologische Methode“ (supervisors: Reiner Wiehl, Andreas Kemmerling), summa cum laude

MA, University of Heidelberg – 07/2001

Philosophy and Economics

Licence (BSc), Université Toulouse 1 Capitole – 07/2000

Sciences Économiques

Grants, fellowships, stipends (selection):

Funding for the workshop “Minimal metaphysics or minimal anti-metaphysics?”: Thyssen Foundation.

Grant from the German Research Foundation (DFG) for the project “The philosophy of complexity economics”: one 36-month full-time temporary position for principal investigators, one research assistant, travels and workshops.

Visiting fellowship, University of Pittsburgh – 09/2016 to 12/2016

A four-month fellowship to conduct research on causality and objectivity in macroeconomics at the Center for Philosophy of Science.

Minerva fellowship, Hebrew University of Jerusalem – 10/2011 to 09/2013

A two-year fellowship from the Max Planck Society to conduct research on temporality in Heidegger and neo-Kantian philosophy of science at the Philosophy Department of the Hebrew University.

Research fellowship, University of Heidelberg – 01/2007 to 12/2008

A two-year fellowship from the Landesgraduiertenförderung Baden-Württemberg to work on a PhD dissertation on Heidegger.

Travel stipends – 2008 to 2016

Stipends from the Thyssen foundation, Zukunftskolleg, Max Planck Society, and Heidelberg Graduate Academy for travels to various international conferences.