I’m currently a PhD student at the Ernst Strüngmann Institute for Neuroscience (in Cooperation with Max Planck Society), in Frankfurt, Germany.
My current work focuses on understanding how the brain represents abstract knowledge, and how it uses this type of information to make predictions about future events. More broadly, I’m interested in the development of computational methods that probe the format and structure of neural representations.
I advocate for reproducible science (particularly computational reproducibility), and I’m a core contributor of The Turing Way. I also like contributing to open-source projects related to data-science, and mentor first-time contributors that belong to underrepresented groups in technology.
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