Hi, I’m Richard, a neuroscientist with a strong interest in software development. I wish to better understand how we perceive our environment and how we make decisions on a fundamental level. I’m currently part of the Cognitive Electrophysiology group headed by Kathrin Ohla, with a focus on taste processing.
PhD in Psychology, 2017
University of Münster, Germany
Diploma in Biosystems Engineering (M.Eng.), 2013
University of Magdeburg, Germany
An incomplete selection of what I do, and some of the tools I use for getting things done.
Response times, adaptive methods, temporal order and synchrony judgment
Sensor- and source-level analysis via MNE-Python
Development, setup, and maintenance of laboratory equipment
pandas, xarray, NumPy, matplotlib, seaborn, PsychoPy
Linear mixed models, ggplot2
scikit-learn, TensorFlow(.js), statsmodels
Flask, sqlalchemy, MariaDB
Some of the scientific software I have developed or significantly contributed to. Please also refer to my GitHub account.
Where I’ve worked and what I’ve done.
Supervisor: Kathrin Ohla
Thesis: “Olfactory stimuli in multisensory perception.” (two psychophysical, one EEG study; grade: magna cum laude)
Funds & grants I’ve managed to acquire.
Theses and projects I’m currently supervising, or have supervised in the past.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch.