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Research

My work sits at the intersection of cognitive science, psychology, and computer science. I study neural networks, focusing on their potential to replicate biological processes.

I'm also interested in communication as a biological phenomenon and its relation to memory systems. Philosophical considerations of reflection and mental states are another area of exploration for me.

In the field of robotics, I investigate memory models for robots and the development of humanoid platforms. Additionally, I delve into the cognitive aspects of rhythm and timing.

Lastly, my work in artificial intelligence includes research into artificial arousal systems, trust dynamics, and the relationship between memory and reinforcement learning. Practical applications of this research involve developing frameworks for system-level brain modeling and robot control.

UKÄ subject classification

  • Philosophy
  • Psychology (excluding Applied Psychology)
  • Computer Science

Free keywords

  • cognitive science
  • Robotics
  • computational neuroscience

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