I am an interdisciplinary scientist at the intersection of psychology, education, and computer science with particular focus on developing intelligent educational assistants. My research interests cover both basic and applied perspectives related to underlying cognitive processes, learner characteristics, and context factors. They involve, but are not limited to, the following aspects:
- Modeling and simulation of human cognition with cognitive and connectionist approaches
- Advanced statistical methods (e.g., multilevel models, time series, structural equation models)
- Distraction, interruption, and attention control in applied task settings
- Multimodal cognitive load assessment by performance, behavior, and physiology
- Effects of individual differences in human-computer interaction (e.g., age, gender, special needs)
- Computer-based working memory assessment with game-related approaches
Feel free to get in contact with me if you are interested in my work.