I am a doctoral researcher in comparative cognition and computational neuroethology, currently studying pigeon behavior at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience in Bochum, Germany.
During my Master’s degree in Psychological Research Methods I worked on numerical cognition in Chimpanzees, Lemurs, and Humans. My Bachelor’s degree focused on signal processing and machine learning models for sleep detection in fatigued car drivers.
Beyond my academic research, I work as an independent Statistical Consultant and Research Software Engineer in academic and industrial projects.
PhD in Psychology, since 2020
MSc in Psychological Research Methods, 2019
University of Stirling
BSc in Psychology, 2017
University of Wuppertal
Abitur German/Spanish, 2011
Deutsche Schule Barcelona