Originally from Egypt, Maryam studies Cognitive Science at the University of Osnabrueck. She joined the Rationality Enhancement Group on July 1 as a student assistant. She is interested in Neuroscience and Human-Computer Interaction (usability experience).
Congratulations to the Rationality Enhancement Group on two abstracts being accepted for the first round of submissions for the ClearerThinking.org micro grants!
Welcome, Pin-Zhen (aka Kelly)!
Pin-Zehn, also known to us as Kelly, is a Bachelor student at the University of Tübingen in her final semester. She is orinally from Taiwan and is currently working toward her degree in Computational Linguistics. She joined the Rationality Enhancement Group on April 22 and is mainly supporting the group through web development and web applications for the various research projects as needed. We are so happy to have her join our team
Falk Lieder awarded Glushko Prize for his 2018 PhD thesis: “Beyond Bounded Rationality: Reverse-Engineering and Enhancing Human Intelligence”
Our former postdoctoral researcher Maria Wirzberger has just taken on her new position as Tenure Track Assistant Professor with a focus on teaching and learning with intelligent systems at the University of Stuttgart.
"Resource-rational analysis: Understanding human cognition as the optimal use of limited computational resources" now fully published!
Congratulations! Behavioral and Brain Science Journal has fully published our article "Resource-rational analysis: Understanding human cognition as the optimal use of limited computational resources"!
Adrian is supporting the Rationality Enhancement Group as a student assistant. He will be working on the ACTrain-Project; which is a personalized companion for enhancing executive functions based on adaptive metacognitive feedback. Adrian will help develop the programming behind the scenes of the project.