Margherita Arcangeli (PhD 2011, Institut Jean-Nicod and Université Pierre & Marie Curie) is Humboldt Research Fellow at the Department of Philosophy at the Humboldt University of Berlin. Her areas of research are philosophy of mind, philosophy of science, epistemology, philosophy of language, aesthetics and philosophy of emotions.
Regine Eckardt is professor for German and General Linguistics at the University of Konstanz. Her main fields of research are formal semantics, pragmatics and historical linguistics. Currently she investigates the logical structure of conditionals in Middle High German texts of law. Regine Eckardt has held positions at Berlin (ZAS) and Göttingen before she came to Konstanz in 2015.
Manfred Kupffer (PhD University of Konstanz) is a lecturer in linguistics and philosophy at the University of Frankfurt. He specialises in philosophy of language, metaphysics and philosophical logic, especially quantified modal logic.
Andrea Lailach-Hennrich is a postdoctoral fellow at the Zukunftskolleg at the University of Konstanz. She works currently on a project titled “The Synthetic A priori”. Her main areas of research are Philosophy of Mind, Epistemology and Philosophy of Psychology both in a systematical and historical approach.
Sven Lauer (Ph.D., Stanford 2013) is the director of the Emmy Noether project ‘What is it to ask a question? A formal pragmatic investigation of interrogative force’ at the University of Konstanz. His main research focus is in formal semantics and pragmatics, in particular in the study of clause typing, implicature, modality, tense and conditionals.
Doris Penka is a Research Fellow at the Zukunftskolleg and the Department of Linguistics, University of Konstanz. Her research areas are formal semantics, formal pragmatics and the syntax/semantics-interface. She’s also interested in philosophy of language.
Ali Zolfagharian is a PhD student at the University of Konstanz under the supervision of Wolfgang Spohn. His main research interest is formal epistemology. His current work focuses on formal representation of suspension of judgment.
Mark-Matthias Zymla is a PhD student at the university of Konstanz. His research interests include Tense, Aspect and Mood and discourse modelling for computational pragmatics.