Ritwik Agrawal is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Missouri, USA. He is interested in political philosophy, cognitive science and Indian philosophy.
Mike Ashfield is a doctoral candidate in philosophy at the University of Southern California. His primary research interests are in political philosophy and epistemology.
Fabian Beigang recently graduated from the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy with a masters degree in Logic and Philosophy of Science. His primary interests are formal and social epistemology.
Anabel Belaus is a doctorate student at the University of Córdoba, Argentina. She is primarily interested in research about decision making, prosocial behavior, and social norms in unequal or competitive contexts.
Mariangela Zoe Chocchiaro
Mariangela Zoe Cocchiaro is a PhD candidate at the University of Hong Kong and a Mach scholar at the University of Salzburg. Her primary research interests are epistemology (with a special focus on the theory of rational belief), social epistemology (especially the epistemology of disagreement), formal epistemology, epistemic logic and philosophy of probability. In her free time, she enjoys writing short stories and cooking Italian dishes.
Miruna Cotet is a research master student at Maastricht University. Her primary research interests are in neuroeconomics, behavioral and experimental economics and social neuroscience.
Zoe Cremer focused on Biology, Psychology and Systems Neuroscience during her Bachelors. She’s particularly interested in metaethics, the limitations of probability theory and the comparison between biological and machine intelligence. She is currently writing her thesis at the Institut of Neuroinformatics at ETH Zurich and spends her free time thinking about existential risk factors as well as alignment issues in artificial intelligence.
Hannah Dames is currently completing Master’s degrees in Psychology (M.Sc.) and Cognitive Science (M.Sc.) at the Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg. Within the scope of her Master’s theses she is focusing on both basic as well as higher level cognition. More precisely, her primary research interests are endogenous action control and the moderating and mediating factors of human reasoning.
Hein Duijf is a PhD student at Utrecht University. His formal-philosophical studies embrace collective agency, intentionality, moral responsibility, practical reasoning, and interactive epistemology.
Hande Erkut is a postdoctoral researcher at WZB Berlin Social Science Center. Her research areas are behavioural and experimental economics.
Daniel Geary is a Masters student in the Cognition and Neuroscience Graduate Program at the University of Saskatchewan with intentions to continue on to complete a Ph.D. His primary research interests are the metacognition, reasoning, decision making, and the implicit/explicit awareness of conflicting information of epistemic feelings in reasoning.
Cosmo Grant is a fifth year PhD student in philosophy at MIT. His primary research interests are the foundations of game theory, philosophy of language and epistemology.
Mario Günther is a Phd student at the Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences and the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy. He is interested in epistemology and causation.
Lorenz Hartmann is a PhD student at Exeter University Economics Department. His research interests are in axiomatic decision theory, models for decision-making under ambiguity and the application of these models to games.
Stephan Jagau is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences (University of California, Irvine) and at the Research Center for Epistemic Game Theory (Maastricht University). His primary research interests are economic psychology, behavioral and epistemic game theory, and evolutionary (game) theory.
Veselina Kadreva is a third year PhD student in Cognitive Science at the Cognitive Science and Psychology Department, New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria. Her primary research interests are in the field of moral judgement. She is also interested in various methodological approaches aiming to establish the role of emotions in moral judgement.
Jurgis Karpus is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Cognition, Values, Behaviour (CVBE) group at LMU-Munich. His research lies at the intersection of philosophy, economics, and psychology. In particular, he focuses on topics in decision theory and game theory.
Atoosa Kasirzadeh is a PhD candidate in philosophy of science at the university of Toronto. Her primary research interests are the philosophy of science, epistemology (formal and social), and decision theory.
Winnie Ma is a PhD student at King’s College London. Her primary research interests are epistemology, especially epistemic utility theory, logic, and the philosophy of religion.
Antonela Marcaccio is a doctoral research fellow at the Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales, Universidad Nacional Patagonia San Juan Bosco. Her primary research interests are moral decision-making, especially in real contexts, prosocial behavior and peer influence.
Antoine Marie is a PhD student working at the Center for Research and Interdisplinarity (CRI) in Paris in the field of cognitive and evolutionary social sciences. His research investigates the origins of human moral tribalism and their consequences on contemporary political polarization, using both evolutionary theory and psychological experiments.
Camilo Martinez is a doctoral student in the Department of Philosophy at Princeton University. His primary research interests are the philosophy of practical rationality, ethics, and the philosophy of social science.
Daniel Mayerhoffer is a PhD candidate at the chair for Political Theory, University of Bamberg, where he also did his M.A. in Political science, and a M.A. student in Ethics of Textual Cultures at FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg. He develops explanations for social and economic phenomena using agent based computational models and simulations.
Linda McCaughey is a PhD candidate in the department of social psychology at the University of Heidelberg. Judgement and decision making including sampling approaches lie at the heart of her research interests.
Niels Mourmans is a PhD-candidate at the University of Maastricht. His primary research interests are epistemic game theory, psychological game theory and behavioural economics.
Alejandra Neely is master in clinical psychology and research assistant at the Centre for Social and Cognitive Neuroscience at Santiago, Chile. Her primary research interests are rationality, social adaptation and cognitive neuroscience.
Michael Nielsen is a PhD candidate in the philosophy department at Columbia University. His primary research interests are the philosophy of science, epistemology, probability and decision theory.
Nancy Abigail Nuñez Hernández
Nancy Abigail Nuñez Hernández completed her Master and PhD studies in Philosophy at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). She is part of the Fellow Research Students Program of the UNAM’s Philosophical Research Institute. Her current research is on deductive reasoning. Her main areas of interest are epistemology, philosophy and psychology of rationality, and philosophy of cognitive sciences.
Alberto Prati is a PhD candidate at Aix-Marseille School of Economics. His research focuses on the relationship between time perception and individual well-being.
Matthieu Raoelison is a 1st year PhD student at Paris Descartes University in Paris, France. He is working on inter-individual differences in conflict detection during reasoning and how it could lead to better decision-making.
Emily Redekop is a masters student at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy. Her primary areas of interest are the philosophy of science, cognitive sciences, and the free will debate.
Andreas is currently a Ph.D. student of psychology at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen, Germany. He works at the department of experimental psychology and cognitive science. His research centers in the field of collaborative belief revision in human spatial reasoning.
Jala Rizeq is a doctoral student in clinical developmental neuropsychology at York University. Her primary research interests are developmental and complex trauma, the interplay of emotion and cognition, and rational thinking.
Laura Schlingloff is a PhD student at the Department of Cognitive Science at Central European University, Budapest, where she researches infant social cognition. Her interests include the (ontogenetic and evolutionary) origins of moral reasoning, cooperation, and “naive sociology”.
Mattias Skipper is a PhD student in the Department of Philosophy at Aarhus University. He works mainly on topics in epistemology (including formal and social) and philosophical logic, but also has interests in decision theory, philosophy of science, and philosophy of mind. His dissertation project aims to shed light on the normative significance of higher-order evidence.
Benjamin Sklarek is doctoral student at the Centre for Experimental Psychology and Cognitive Science of the Justus-Liebig-University Giessen. He focuses his reasearch interests on legal reasoing, cognitive psychology, defeasible reasoning, psychology and law and theory of law.
Eyal Tal is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Cologne Center for Contemporary Epistemology and the Kantian Tradition (CONCEPT). His research concerns the epistemic significance of higher-order evidence, epistemic defeat, and misleading evidence. He is also interested in normative antirealism, Moorean arguments, and Newcomb’s Problem.
Zoi Terzopoulou is a doctoral candidate at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC), University of Amsterdam. Her primary research interests include computational social choice, game and decision theory.
Marko Tesic is a PhD student in psychology at the Department of Psychological Sciences, Birkbeck, University of London. His primary research interests are probabilistic and causal reasoning, philosophy of science, and agent-based modeling.
Georgina Torok is a PhD student in Cognitive Science at Central European University, Budapest. Her primary research interests include social cognition, in particular joint action, and the application of decision theory to action planning in social contexts.
Giang Tran is a PhD student at the Department of Economics (AE1), Maastricht University. Her research interests are behavioral economics, experimental economics, and microeconomic theory: social preferences, competition, risk preferences.
Filippo Vindrola is a Phd student at the Ruhr-University Bochum. His primary research interests are in epistemology, philosophy of science and cognitive science.
Wang Qizhi is a lecture at Central University of Finance and Economics, China. His primary research interests are decision under ambiguity, game theory and public finance.
Harry Waterstone is a PhD candidate at the Graduate School of Systemic Neuroscience in Munich. His primary research interest is in the formal characteristics of mathematical and computational models used in the cognitive sciences.
John Wilcox is a PhD student at Stanford University. His primary interest is the philosophical and psychological study of reasoning, rationality and evidence, although he is also interested in the philosophy of mind, physics, probability and various other areas.