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.

My research focuses on 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 Competence:

Practical Philosophy, Normative and Applied Ethics, Biology

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

LATEST PUBLICATION

Open Access & Print

Common Future for Humans and Animals – Animals in Sustainable Development