- since 2020: Master’s degree in Psychology (MSc, Specialization Cognitive Neuroscience) at the University of Salzburg
- 2017-2020: Bachelor’s degree (BSc) in Psychology at the University of Salzburg
- since 2020: Laboratory Manager of the Method Unit EEG at the CCNS
- 2020: Tutor and research assistant at the Laboratory for Sleep and Consciousness Research (Project: „How smart is it to go to bed with a phone?“, PI: Ass.-Prof. Dr. Kerstin Hödlmoser)
In addition to my work as a laboratory manager at the CCNS and project employee at the Laboratory for Sleep and Consciousness Research, I mainly work on questions regarding artificial neural networks and the knowledge that we can gain about biological experience and behavior using these methods (e.g., brain activity and eye movement in visual object recognition). Furthermore, I am very interested in a variety of topics from the social, cognitive and affective neurosciences.
- van Dyck, L. E., Kwitt, R., Denzler, S. J., & Gruber, W. R. (2021). Comparing object recognition in humans and deep convolutional neural networks—An eye tracking study. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 15, 1326. https://doi.org/10.3389/fnins.2021.750639