I do research on the metaphysics of physical geometry and of mathematical physics in general, with a special interest in building new foundations. Papers below are sorted by themes, covering various topics in philosophy of mathematics, logic and physics. Unpublished ones are renamed for anonymity.


“Why the Weyl Tile argument is wrong” British Journal of Philosophy of Science (2022). (preprint)

“Can we ‘effectivize’ spacetime?” Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Volume 95, October 2022, 75-83.

“Smooth Infinitesimals in the Metaphysical Foundation of Spacetime Theories” Journal of Philosophical Logic (2022) (preprint)

“An algebraic approach to physical fields” with Tobias Fritz, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 89, October 2021, 188-201. (preprint)

“Infinitesimal Gunk,” Journal of Philosophical Logic 49, 981–1004 (2020).

“Intrinsic Local Distances: A Mixed Solution to Weyl’s Tile Argument,” Synthese 198, 7533–7552 (2020).

“Do simple infinitesimal parts solve Zeno’s paradox of measure?” Synthese 198 (5):4441-4456 (2019)


Regarding algebraic spacetime (preprint)

Renormalization and QFT

Revisiting Renormalization (preprint), coauthored.

Logical Foundations of Science

Holes and Univalence (preprint)