Alumni of the Group Cognition & Control in Human-Machine Systems
Alumni of the Group Cognitive Engineering
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I study human eye movements to examine where and how our eyes move to access task-relevant information (e.g., while steering a vehicle or during visual search). In this context, I've been working in the project information at your fingertips and in the project.
I studied computer science at the University of Konstanz (M.Sc.), where I specialized on human-computer interaction. In Harald Reiterer's group I worked on new interaction techniques and experimental pointing device performance tests (along the lines of ISO 9241-9). This work was partially funded by the information technology program by the state of Baden-Württemberg ().
In 2009 I joined Heinrich Bülthoff's group at the MPI for Biological Cybernetics as a Ph.D. student to study eye movements during interactive tasks. Here, I started to work with Lewis Chuang and Jean-Pierre Bresciani (Université de Fribourg) on gaze behavior during object recognition and motor control.