Katrin Schulz is Assistant Professor of Logic in the Department of Philosophy, University of Amsterdam, where she received her PhD in 2007, and is a member of the University's Institute of Logic, Language and Computation. From 2013-2016, she was the director of the BA program in philosophy, and in 2011, her course Logische Analyse was recognized with an award as the best BA course in the University's Faculty of Humanities. Much of her research has been on topics on the interface of linguistics and philosophy, especially the semantics of conditionals. Her current research focuses on the interaction between conditional sentences and causality, and possible consequences for cognition. For more information, visit her website.