Markus Kneer (BA Oxford, PhD ENS/EHESS Paris) is a senior research associate at the Philosophy Department of UZH and the PI of the Guilty Minds Lab. He is interested in ways unorthodox factors can influence theory of mind and the consequences this could have for moral psychology and criminal law.
Izabela Skoczeń is a visiting scholar at the Ethics Centre of University of Zurich and a post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Legal Theory of Jagiellonian University, Krakov. She works on linguistic mechanisms in legal decision-making and causation in the law.
Jan García Olier
Jan García Olier is a doctoral student in Philosophy at the University of Zurich. He is interested in cognitive biases in the ascriptions of mental states relevant for criminal law and in the theoretical and empirical accounts of the role of legal expertise in the quality of judicial decision-making.
Levin Güver is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Legal Philosophy at the University of Zurich. Levin is interested in action theory, criminal law, artificial intelligence and neuro-ethics.
Marc-André Zehnder is a PhD aspirant at the University of Zurich. His research interests are the psychology of judgment and perceptual psychology. He is currently working on cognitive and affective processes underlying biases in the ascription of mens rea and legal responsibility.