I am a PhD candidate in the department of Logic and Philosophy of Science at the University of California, Irvine. My primary research interests concern the methods used in philosophy of science and the histories and philosophies of mathematics and physics. My dissertation investigates several ways of integrating the history of science into its modern philosophy, including also a detailed reappraisal of von Neumann’s “no hidden variables” theorem in light of the axiomatic method. I also have research interests in feminist philosophy of science, history and philosophy of the cognitive sciences, philosophy of interdisciplinarity, and political psychology. You can find more on my research interests here.
I started the philosophy of science blog, Asymptotic Philosophy, with Kino Zhao from LPS.
A CV is available here.