Human Information Processing (Summerfield Lab)
Representation Learning for Continual Task Performance
Flesch T. et al, (2018), Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 115, E10313 - E10322
I hold a BSc in Cognitive Science from Universität Osnabrück in Germany and a PGDip in Computational Statistics and Machine Learning from University College London.
During my time in Osnabrück, I was given the opportunity to work as teaching assistant for undergraduate courses in Mathematics, Logic Programming and Machine Learning. I spent a semester abroad in Chris Summerfield's lab, where I investigated EEG-correlates of perceptual decision making.
Following my undergraduate studies, I moved back to Oxford to work as Research Assistant in Chris Summerfield's lab and conducted research on abstract category learning in humans under the supervision of Chris Summerfield and Hamed Nili. Around that time, I studied towards a postgraduate degree in Computational Statistics and Machine Learning at UCL.
This autumn (2018) I have returned to Oxford to start a DPhil in the Human Information Processing lab.