I am a senior lecturer in statistics at the School of Psychology. In my research I focus on interdisciplinary brain research integrating experimental work in psychology with theoretical/computational modeling work (Computational Psychology). I apply this method to a broad range of research topics such as visual object recognition, visual attention, visual affordances, cognitive factors in motor control, social exclusion.
More information on my current research projects and my publications can be found on the Computational Psychology Lab (CPL) page.
I am always looking for Intern students, Master-students, Ph.D-students and Postdocs.
Suggestions for topics can be found under Student Projects in the menu on the left.
I am also interested in collaborations with industrial partners to adapt my computational models
for technical solutions, e.g. image processing, automation, robotics, etc.