Hey! I am a PhD student under the supervision of Dr. Steven Scholte, Prof. Dr. Heleen Slagter and Prof. Dr. Sander Bohté in the Brain and Cognition Group of the Psychology Department at the UvA.
During my PhD project, we integrate ideas and methods from Psychology, Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence to better understand different forms of visual attention and their effects on visual information processing. Our research is funded by an NWO Talent Grant. Generally, I am interested in time-resolved whole-brain imaging (EEG, MEG), dynamic (visual) information processing, and more broadly the intersection between cognitive neuroscience and machine learning.
My background lies in the field of Psychology and Neuroscience. In 2015, I obtained my BSc of Psychology from the Heinrich-Heine University in Düsseldorf, Germany. Prior to beginning this PhD, I completed the Res MSc in Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Amsterdam with a specialisation in Cognitive Neuroscience.