I'm in my last year as a PhD student at the institutes for Biological Cybernetics and Intelligent Systems. In general, I am interested in training neural networks with limited computational resources. In my current study, we investigate the regularizing effect of limited computational resources on deterministic feedforward neural networks in classification tasks. Prior to that, we derived synaptic weight update rules for artificial spiking neurons with limited information transmission rate in reinforcement learning tasks.
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01/2013 present: PhD student at the Max Planck Institutes \tfor Biological Cybernetics and Intelligent Systems (Tuebingen, \tGermany)
10/2014 12/2015: Teaching assistant at the Graduate \tSchool of Neural Information Processing (Tuebingen, Germany)
09/2012 12/2012: Scientific assistant at the Department \tfor Computer Science (University of Wuerzburg, Germany)
10/2006 09/2012: Diplom studies in Computer Science \t(University of Wuerzburg, Germany)
10/2004 06/2011: Diplom studies in Biology (University of \tWuerzburg, Germany)
09/1995 06/2004: University-entrance diploma (Miltenberg, \tGermany)