Florian Kadner joined the lab as a PhD student in May 2019.
My current research focuses on the topics of active vision and probabilistic planning. I am interested in how humans carry out eye-movements across different tasks and how this can be understood with models of probabilistic planning. Other areas of interest are cue integration, image saliency, and applied methods of machine learning and cognitive modeling.
Presentations and publications
Psychology of Information Processing
|2017 – 2019||
Student Teaching Assistent|
Functional- and Objectoriented Programming Concepts
|2016 – 2017||
Psychological Diagnostics, Evaluation and Intervention
Graphics, Capture and Massively Parallel Computing
Mathematics 2 for Computer Science & Statistics 1
|2017 – 2019||M.Sc. Psychology in Information Technology, Technical University Darmstadt|
|2014 – 2017||B.Sc. Psychology in Information Technology, Technical University Darmstadt|
|Winter 2019||Applied Cognitive Science||(Seminar)|
|Summer 2019||Cognitive Modeling||(Exercise)|