PhD defense lecture, 2019

I am a Research Fellow in Philosophy at the Cluster of Excellence – Machine Learning for Science and the Hector Research Institute of Education Sciences and Psychology of the University of Tübingen. My research focus is on Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of AI, Empirical Philosophy, Logic, Science Policy, and Animal Ethics. More specifically, I work on data-driven approaches to optimizations of scientific reasoning.

Previously, I was a researcher at the Weizsäcker Center of the University of Tübingen and at the Institute for Philosophy of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. In Belgrade, I was also an associate member of the Laboratory for Experimental Psychology. In 2015/2016, I was employed by the TU Wien (Vienna University of Technology) where I worked on proof theory. All this led me to apply both formal and empirical methods to my philosophical research.


Ph.D. in Philosophy, University of Belgrade
M.Sc. in Logic, University of Amsterdam
B.A. in Philosophy, University of Belgrade


In January 2023, Gabe Orona, Kou Murayama and I got LEAD Intramural Research Funding to explore the Interplay between Intellectual Virtues and Epistemic Emotions.

In 2022, I published the following five papers and one editorial:

I am also the chair of the Organizing Committee of the European Philosophy of Science Association – EPSA Conference to be held in 2023 in Belgrade, Serbia.

Here is my podcast interview on Philosophy of AI (in Serbian):