This is the personal academic homepage of Dr. Roland Poellinger, formerly member of the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP/LMU), researcher in the project group Philosophy of Pharmacology (ERC grant 639276), and associate faculty member of the Doctoral School of Philosophy at the University of Pécs, Hungary (PTE). His main research interests center around philosophy of science (causal modeling and probabilistic reasoning in Bayesian networks) and logic (algorithmic methods and computability). Between 2007 and 2017 he was teaching topics from logic, philosophy of science, and formal epistemology as well as topics from the philosophy of causality at LMU Munich and at other universities (as, e.g., causal inference in Bayesian networks at the Forum for Artificial Intelligence Research, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa). Roland visited the University of Groningen (The Netherlands) for research in April and May 2017. He is exploring ways of communicating science across audiences to shape new channels for mathematical philosophy. [More in About]