I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC), University of Amsterdam. I am working on the logical aspect of learning in both single- and multi-agent context (funded by my individual NWO research Veni 2014-2016 grant: “Learning from each other: Formal analysis of multi-agent learning”). My areas of research include formal epistemology, formal learning theory, dynamic epistemic logic, computability theory, belief revision, and multi-agent systems. I am also actively involved in research into the role of logic and logical modeling in cognitive science.

In January 2016 I will be joining the faculty of Danish Technical University (as an Assistant Professor at DTU Compute, AlgoLog Group).

I obtained my PhD in 2010 from the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC), University of Amsterdam, under the supervision of Johan van Benthem and Dick de Jongh. In my dissertation, titled "Knowing One's Limits. Logical Analysis of Inductive Inference" I explore the connections between formal learning theory and dynamic epistemic logic.

I am associated with the Amsterdam Dynamics Group, Warsaw Logic Group, and the Logic and Rational Interaction Community.

Below you can find selected information about my research.

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