Ringo Baumann

Since July 2022 I'm a Heisenberg grantee [->] conducting research in the field of Expressive Argumentation. I'm further a principal investigator (->) in the Center for Scalable Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence [] and associated with the Onto-Med Research Group [->] led by Heinrich Herre []. From 2002 to 2009 I studied mathematics, logic and philosphy of science as well as economics at Leipzig University (Germany) and the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos in Lima (Peru). I received my PhD (Dr. rer. nat.) [->] in 2014 and my habilitation degree (Dr. rer. nat. habil.) [->] in 2019. From Oktober 2018 to April 2019, I was a visiting research fellow at King's College in London (UK) collaborating with Dov Gabbay [->].
My main research interests are formal argumentation, formal ontology and logic-based knowledge representation and reasoning, with a special focus on non-monotonic reasoning.


  • the paper Lattice Theoretical Analysis of Dung-style AFs – Information and Reachability Order (together with C. Penndorf) is accepted for FCR 2022 [->]

  • July 11-15, 8th International Summer School on AI and Big Data [->]

  • the article Shedding New Light on the Foundations of Abstract Argumentation: Modularization and Weak Admissibility (together with G. Brewka and M. Ulbricht) is published in AIJ [->]

  • the article An Abstract Logical Approach to Characterizing Strong Equivalence in Non-monotonic Knowledge Representation Formalisms (together with H. Strass) is published in AIJ [->]