I am a post-doctoral researcher and lecturer at the Chair for Ethics, Theory and History of the Life Sciences at Tübingen University.
Currently, I am a guest researcher at the Princeton University Center for Human Values with the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics.
I am also a member of the Young Academy of the Heidelberger Academy of the Sciences and Humanities, and of the German Committee Future Earth.
My research focuses on normative and applied ethics (AI, animal, environmental, conservation, bio-ethics) as well as on theories of interspecies and intergenerational justice and the normativity of Sustainable Development, including research on sustainable AI.
Area of Specialization:
Moral Theory, Theories of Justice, Animal Ethics, Environmental Ethics, AI Ethics, Theories of Sustainable Development, Microbial Ethics, Conservation Biology and Conservation Ethics
Area of Competence:
Food Ethics, Urban Ethics, Theories of Environmental Racism and Justice, Moral Psychology
Common Future for Humans and Animals – Animals in Sustainable Development