Teaching

Doctoral Students

At the University of Salzburg, Department of Philosophy

Since 10.2014: Laurenz Hudetz on reduction

Since 10.2014: Gregor Paul Greslehner on philosophy of biology

Since 02.2015: Verena Horak on logic and philosophy of science

Since 10.2016: Ines Obermaier on philosophy of climate science

 

At the London School of Economics, Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method

10.2010-04.2012: Adam White on philosophy of neuroscience

10.2011-04.2012: Aarne Talman on model confirmation and model selection

 

At the University of Pittsburgh, Department of History and Philosophy of Science

On the Ph.D. committee from 07.2014: Marina Baldissera Panccetti on philosophy of climate science

At the University of Toronto, Canada, Institute for History and Philosophy of Science and Technology

On the Ph.D. committee from 10.2011-10.2014: Christopher Berlanger on observational equivalence and the foundations of chaos theory

Practical Experience

Summer term 2014/2015  

Seminar on Evidence and Evidence-Based Decisions (undergraduate course), Department of Philosophy, University of Salzburg.

Summer term 2014/2015  

 

Seminar on Evidence and Evidence-Based Decisions (undergraduate course), Department of Philosophy, University of Salzburg.

Summer term 2014/2015  

 

Seminar on Scientific Revolutions and Scientific Progress (undergraduate course), Department of Philosophy, University of Salzburg.

Summer term 2014/2015  

 

Lectures for Doctoral Students at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (graduate course), Department of Philosophy, University of Salzburg.

Winter term 2014/2015  

 

Dissertation Seminar for Master Students and Doctoral Students of the Department of Philosophy (graduate course), University of Salzburg.

Winter term 2014/2015  

 

Lectures for Doctoral Students at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (graduate course), University of Salzburg.

Winter term 2014/2015  

 

Lectures and Konversatorium for the course "Philosophy of Science" (undergraduate course), at the Department of Philosophy, University of Salzburg.

Academic years 2010/2011 and 2011/12  

 

Lectures and Seminars for the course "Philosophy of Physics" (graduate course), at the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, London School of Economics.

Academic year 2011/2012  

 

Lectures and Seminars for the course "Scientific Revolutions: Philosophical and Historical Issues" (graduate course), at the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, London School of Economics.

Academic years 2010/2011 and 2011/12  

 

Lectures and Classes for the course "Scientific Revolutions: Philosophical and Historical Issues" (undergraduate course), at the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, London School of Economics.

Academic year 2010/2011  

 

Lectures and Seminars for the course "History of Science" (graduate course), at the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, London School of Economics.

Trinity term 2010  

 

Tutorials (two-to-one teaching) on philosophy of mathematics, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford, UK

Lent term 2009  

 

Discussion group leader (small group teaching) on philosophy of science (second year course, part 1B), Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge, UK

Academic year  2007/2008 and 2008/2009  

 

Instructor for first-year logic classes (small group lecturing, part 1A), Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge, UK

Easter term 2008  

 

Supervising (one-to-one teaching) in philosophy of language (second year logic, part 1B), Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge, UK

Lent term 2007 and Michelmas term 2008  

 

Discussion group leader (small group teaching) on philosophy of probability (philosophy of science, second year course, part 1B), Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge, UK

Easter term 2007

 

 

Supervising (one-to-one teaching) in history of philosophy (first year set texts, part 1A), Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge, UK

Academic year 2006/2007  

 

Marker for first-year logic classes (part 1A), involved marking students' work and some teaching in class, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge, UK

Summer term 2006  

 

External lecturer (together with two colleagues) for the interdisciplinary graduate course "Self-Organisation and Systems Theory", ICT&S Center (Advanced Studies and Research in Information and Communication Technologies & Society), University of Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria 

Winter term 2005/2006

 

 

External lecturer (together with two colleagues) for the interdisciplinary course "Self-Organization - world views, theories, applications". University of Applied Sciences and Arts Zurich, Switzerland

19.04.2005

 

 

Invited guest lecture "Models of Self-organisation in Science"  in the course "Technology Assessment" (Univ.Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Hofkirchner), Department of Communication Studies, University of Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria

Winter term 2004/2005  

 

External lecturer in Human Geography (together with two colleagues) for the course "Perspectives on Self-Organisation in Scienceā€, University of Kassel, Kassel, Germany 

 

Courses and Workshops

Academic year

2010/2011

 

 

Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (Associate Level), the professional development programme for lecturers in the UK, providing training in all aspects of teaching and learning, London School of Economics.

08.2009-09.2009

 

 

Undergraduate Admissions Course and Admissions Interviewing Practice Workshop, preparation for conducting admission interviews at Oxford University, Oxford Learning Institute, University of Oxford.

Lent Term 2007

 

 

Philosophy Faculty Teaching Skills Training Programme, a series of workshops and sessions on one-to-one teaching, group teaching, presentation skills and supporting students with disabilities, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge.