I focus on the relation between human factors and cognitive neuroscience. The first area concerns human performance in human-machine systems, particularly the role of human attention, memory, and perception in designing products and adaptive systems. The second area of research is cognitive neuroscience, investigated with cognitive electrophysiology instruments (EEG and MEG).
- Biological Psychology (BSc) at the University of Padua
- Applied Cognitive Psychology (MSc) at the University of Padua
- Research Trainee at the Neurotechnology Group, TU Berlin
- Aktuell: Doktorand an der LMU München
Email addresses: firstname.lastname(at)ifi.lmu.de