I was previously postdoc in the Psychology Department of the University of Münster (Germany), under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Fred Hamker and a PhD student at Inria Nancy (France), in the Cortex lab headed by Dr. Frédéric Alexandre.
My research interests focus on computational neuroscience (basal ganglia, hippocampus, dopaminergic system) and neuro-informatics (neuro-simulator ANNarchy). I am also interested in machine learning, especially the recent advances in deep reinforcement learning.
Habilitation in Computer Science, 2017
PhD in Computer Science, 2006
Université Henri-Poincaré Nancy-I
Electrical Engineering degree, 2002
Ecole Supérieure d'Electricité (Supélec)
MSc. Microelectronics, 2002
Tenured position in the lab of Artificial Intelligence, Department of Computer Science.
Postdoc at the Institute for Psychology, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, lab of Markus Lappe, supervisor Fred Hamker.
Research topics: Basal Ganglia modeling, Reinforcement learning.
PhD student at the University Henri-Poincaré Nancy-I and Inria Lorraine (LORIA), supervisors: Frédéric Alexandre and Nicolas Rougier.
Thesis: Emergence of sensorimotor functions on a numerical distributed neural substrate.
Teaching assistant at the University Henri-Poincaré Nancy-I and ESIAL engineering school (Java, Computer architecture, Project management, Artificial Intelligence).
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Courses taught at the TU Chemnitz