I conduct research right at the intersection between psychology and computer science. To be more concrete, my main focus is eye tracking, especially its applications in the field of psychology. I aim to further the understanding of cognitive processes by means of measuring eye-related features like pupil diameter, pupil oscillation and gaze behavior and applying machine-learning algorithms as a tool for analysis.
Currently I investigate the connection between eye-tracking measures and self-regulation. The goal is to find gaze patterns during task-solving that enable us to make accurate predictions about the self-regulation capability of a person, thereby giving insight into their behavior and thoughts.
Intersection 2: Educational Neuroscience
|Since 04/2017|| |
PhD student at LEAD Graduate School and Research Network
|07/2015 - 04/2017||Research assistant, Perception Engeneering department, University of Tübingen|
|10/2014 - 03/2017|| |
Master of Science, Computer Science, University of Tübingen
|10/2011 - 09/2014|| |
Bachelor of Science, Computer Science, University of Tübingen
|10/2011 - 02/2016|| |
Teaching assistant, Mathematics for computer scientists, University of Tübingen
|10/2009 - 09/2011|| |
Bachelor of Science, Mathematics, University of Tübingen (no degree, switched major)