Placement List

Graduates from our department work at institutions all around the world, including the following departments:

Anna-Maria Asunta Eder
University of Salzburg: BA/MA (Philosophy)
Current affiliation: Research Fellow, Department of Philosophy, Duisburg-Essen University

Peter Brössel
University of Salzburg: BA/MA (Philosophy)
Current affiliation: Junior Professor, Department of Philosophy II, Ruhr-University Bochum

Christian Feldbacher-Escamilla
University of Salzburg: BA/MA (Philosophy)
Current affiliation: Research Fellow, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cologne

Alexander Gebharter
University of Salzburg: BA/MA (Philosophy)
Current affiliation: principal investigator DFG project, Department of Philosophy, MCMP, LMU Munich   

Norbert Gratzl
University of Salzburg: BA/MA and PhD (Philosophy)
Current affiliation: Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Philosophy, Philosophy of Science and the Study of Religion and MCMP, LMU Munich 

Gregor Greslehner
University of Salzburg: MA and PhD (Philosophy), BSc/MSc (Molecular Biology)
Current affiliation: Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Vienna

Monika Gruber
University of Salzburg: MA and PhD (Philosophy)
Current affiliation: Research Fellow (Hertha-Firmberg-Grant), Department of Philosophy, University of Vienna

Franz Huber
University of Salzburg: BA/MA (Philosophy)
Current affiliation: Associated Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto  

Laurenz Hudetz
University of Salzburg: BA/MA (Philosophy and teacher training Psychology and Philosophy), PhD (Philosophy)
Assistant Professor in Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method at the London School of Economics.

Wolfgang Huemer
University of Salzburg: BA/MA (Philosophy)
Current affiliation: Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Parma, Italy  

Simon Huttegger
University of Salzburg: BA/MA and PhD (Philosophy)
Current affiliation: Associate Professor, Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science, University of California, Irvine  

Hannes Leitgeb
University of Salzburg: MSc (Mathematics), PhD (Philosophy), PhD (Mathematics)
Current affiliation: Professor for Logic and Philosophy of Language, Faculty of Philosophy, Philosophy of Science and the Study of Religion and MCMP, LMU Munich 

Ronald Ortner
University of Salzburg: BA/MA Philosophy, BA/MA (Mathematics), PhD (Mathematics)
Current affiliation: Professor, Deparment of Mathematics and Information Technology, Montanuniversität Leoben

Stefan Rinner
University of Salzburg: BA/MA and PhD (Philosophy)
Current affiliation: PostDoc, MCMP, LMU Munich

Anne Siegetsleitner
University of Salzburg: BA/MA and PhD (Philosophy), BA/MA and PhD in Teacher Training Programme (Philosophy, Psychology and German)
Current affiliation: Professor for Practical Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, University of Innsbruck

Mandy Stake
University of Salzburg: BA/MA (Philosophy)
Current affiliation: Research Fellow, Department of Philosophy, University of Bonn

Matthias Unterhuber
University of Salzburg: BA/MA and PhD (Philosophy)
Current affiliation: Research Fellow, Department of Philosophy II, Ruhr-University Bochum  

Christian Wallmann
University of Salzburg: BA/MA and PhD (Philosophy)
Current affiliation: Research Fellow, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria   

Charlotte Werndl
University of Salzburg: BA/MA (Philosophy), BSc/MSc (Mathematics)
Current affiliation: Professor for Logic and Philosophy of Science, Department of Philosophy at the Faculty of Cultural and Social Sciences, University of Salzburg

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