I'm an Assistant Professor at the University of Graz, in the beautiful south of Austria. Before coming to Graz, I spent a year as a postdoc at Rutgers University. In 2012, I completed my PhD in philosophy at Arché at the University of St Andrews.

My research focuses primarily on topics in philosophy of language, formal semantics, and epistemology, but it also touches on issues in the philosophy of mind, in metaphysics, and philosophical logic. My dissertation is on semantic relativism. Information about my work can be found on my work page.

I'm currently involved in the FWF-funded research project The Fragmented Mind with my colleagues Cristina Borgoni, Marian David, and Andrea Onofri, and in the DFG-funded research network The Semantics and Metasemantics of Context-sensitive Language.