I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Cincinnati and an affiliate of the History department, the Judaic Studies department, and the Center for Public Engagement with Science.
I am Editor-in-Chief of the PhilSci-Archive and the Vice-President and President-Elect of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science (HOPOS).
Most of my work is in historical philosophy of science. Other work includes philosophy of data, AI, and empirical research into loneliness.
I'm an amateur programmer, web designer, wood-worker, and fan of non-intrusive home-automation. Infrequently, I blog about academic tools. My love of all things technical occasionally leads me to design and implement unnecessarily elaborate projects. Like this website. Just so I can learn some nifty new thing.