Main Focus

  • Neuronal response variability
  • Basic neuronal processing of sensory information
  • Critical dynamics in neuronal systems
  • Role of oscillatory brain activity in perception and cognition
  • Methods: EEG, TMS, neurofeedback, eye tracking, statistical modelling


Curriculum Vitae

Doctoral candidate since 2017
Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig (Germany)

Dept. of Neurology | Research group Neural Interactions and Dynamics | IMPRS NeuroCom

PhD thesis: “On the organization of neural response variability: Probing somatosensory excitability dynamics with oscillatory brain states and stimulus-evoked potentials”
(Supervisors: Dr. V. Nikulin, Prof. Dr. A. Villringer & Prof. Dr. M. Müller)


M.Sc. Psychology 2015 – 2017
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Germany) & University of Sussex (UK)

Master´s thesis: “EEG Correlates of Eye Contact in an Active Vision Paradigm”
(Supervisors: Prof. Dr. W. Sommer & Dr. O. Dimigen)


B.Sc. Psychology (with minor subject biology) 2011 2014
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Germany)

Bachelor´s thesis: “Changes in Connectivity of the Default Mode Network in Schizophrenic Patients”
(Supervisors: Dr. J. Beucke & Prof. Dr. N. Kathmann)

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