B.Sc. Moritz Braun

B.Sc. Moritz Braun

 

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Geb. A2 4 - Raum 1.31

Tel.: +49(0)681/302-4749

moritz.braun@uni-saarland.de

 

Research Interests

With a background in a variety of academic disciplines (psychology, philosophy, mathematics and medicine), I am currently working on the concepts of free will and volitional actions. I aim to establish a philosophically informed neuroscientific concept of free will by linking experimental findings with detailed conceptual work. I am interested in the philosophical foundations of psychology as well as statistical methods, their foundations and the associated meta-theories. I am passionate about interdisciplinary science.

Research Experience

06/2019 until present:
Research assistant Philosophy of Mind & Cognitive Systems
(JProf. Lena Kästner)

04/2018 – 07/2019
Research assistant Theoretical Philosophy
(Prof. Ulrich Nortmann)

05/2017 – 09/2018: 
Research assistant Social Psychology
(Prof. Malte Friese; Dr. Janet Wessler)

Research Internships

10/2018 – 12/2018:
Research internship Industrial and Organizational Psychology
(M.Sc. Berit Greulich)

Teaching Experience

Summer term 2019:
Teaching assistant Modern Era Philosophy (Philosophy)

Winter term 2018/2019:
Teaching assistant Philosophy of Language & Logic (Philosophy)
Teaching assistant Philosophy of Science (Philosophy)

Summer term 2018:
Teaching assistant Statistics (Psychology)

Winter term 2017/2018:
Teaching assistant Probability Theory & Statistics (Mathematics)
Teaching assistant Philosophy of Language & Logic (Philosophy)
Teaching assistant Statistics (Psychology)

Winter term 2016/2017:
Teaching assistant Probability Theory & Statistics (Mathematics)