Inspired by the remarkable rationality displayed by living organisms even under resource limitations, my research endeavors to uncover the underlying mechanisms of this intelligent behavior. This exploration not only promises to broaden our Psychological and Biological understanding, but it also holds the potential to revolutionize the field of robotics by creating systems that surpass current capabilities.
My focus is on studying the sophisticated problem-solving and strategy-learning techniques employed by humans, with the aim of integrating this knowledge into the design of more advanced and reliable robotic systems.
Oct. 2021 - Present:
Ph.D. Student, Robotics and Biology Lab, TU Berlin (Oliver Brock)
Member of the cluster of excellence Science of Intelligence
Apr. 2018 - Sep. 2021:
M.Sc. Electrical Engineering and Information Technology - KIT, Karlsruhe
Master Thesis: Autonomous Learning Robots Lab (ALR) - KIT
Topic: Policy Learning for Grasping in a Heap
Oct. 2013 - Mar. 2018:
B.Sc. Electrical Engineering and Information Technology - KIT, Karlsruhe
Bachelor Thesis: Institute for Industrial Information Technology (IIIT) - KIT
Topic: Material Proportion Estimation through Evaluation of Hyperspectral Images