What fascinates and therefore motivates me most, is how the unsurpassed abilities of our brains arise from networks, cells and molecules. I believe that the key to understanding how the brain processes information is research on many levels in various disciplines.
Currently I am focusing on simulation and emulation of Spiking Neural Networks to explore memory and perception in a dynamical system.
Before starting my PhD at INI, I studied in the Neural Systems and Computation program.
In 2014, I graduated from University of Konstanz in Life Science, where I studied the temporal resolution and speed of drosophila's odor reception with extracellular recordings and found out that fruit flies smell amazingly fast.