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Research

My research is concerned with understanding the scientific power of computer simulations. In particular, I am interested in the ways that simulations explain, confirm, and generate hypotheses. I argue that the uses to which scientists put computer simulations reveal novel explanatory virtues as well as norms of scientific practice in epistemically bleak contexts. 

I currently have several papers under review, so I have removed their abstracts from this website. Please feel free to e-mail me for drafts.