I am currently a researcher in the research training group Situated Cognition at Ruhr Universität Bochum. My research interests are cross-disciplinary given my training in Philosophy, Psychology, and Cognitive Science.
In my doctoral research I explore debates in philosophy of perception, incl. intentionality and accuracy conditions, and how this relates to the role and nature of the perceiver. This relation is investigated with a particular focus on self-perception and other-agent perception. The Predictive Processing framework is used as a background hypothesis.
In my graduate research, I explored the role of neuroeconomics in the predictive processing framework of cognition. The research contributed to a peer reviewed publication in Kairos Journal of Philosophy & Science.