My research focuses on conceptual change, studying this phenomenon in connection with several philosophical sub-fields such as General Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Mathematics, Philosophy of Cognitive Science, Epistemology, Logic, Philosophy of Language, History of Analytic Philosophy, and Metaphilosophy.

More specifically, I worked on topics such as Carnapian explication, conceptual spaces, semantic view of scientific theories, theory choice in science, conceptual spaces, belief revision, and cognitive models of science. I also have a historical interest for Logical Empiricism, especially related to the works of Carnap and Waismann.

Here you can find my publications, while here are some talks that I will give in the next months.