Joint action adaptation experiment.
In this short project we use a psychophysical adaptation paradigm to find a representation of a joint socially-relevant action in human's perceptual space. The represented joint-action percept is hypothesised to be stable against poorly matching visual features.
2004-2009 St Petersburg State University: Diplomah in Applied Mathematics and Informatics
2010-2011 MIT: studies in Artificial Intellingce under special student status
2011-2012 University of Oxford: MSc in Computer Science
2013-- IMPRS Tuebingen: PhD student in Neuroscience