My primary research concerns issues in metaphysics, philosophy of language, logic, and aesthetics. I am especially interested in the foundations of modality, the nature of fiction, the logic of fictional truth, and the aesthetics of interactive fictions (e.g. video games & AR/VR).
I am also a former member of the Phlox Research Group, the SNF-funded project Grounding – Metaphysics, Science, and Logic, and the Emmy Noether project Ontology after Quine: Fictionalism and Fundamentality.
I have expertise in several areas of theoretical philosophy, with growing interests in topics concerning the philosophy of technology.
I am currently working on projects concerning: