I’m a researcher and social technologist working on the governance of market economies. My work focuses on the intersection between competition law and complexity science, which I’m pursuing via a PhD in law at University College London under Prof. Ioannis Lianos.
I hold a master’s degree in Politics and Technology from the Technical University Munich and a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from The University of Manchester. I previously worked as a software engineer at Google for six years, mostly in the security and privacy space.
I’m interested in topics which ultimately impact human flourishing. In particular, virtue ethics and how social technologies can be a force for good in an age of metacrisis (surpassed planetary boundaries, increasing inequality, geopolitical strife, existential risk production, etc).