Rasmus Bruckner is in the process of completing his PhD at the CCNB and is affiliated with the International Max Planck Research School LIFE and the recently established Max Planck School of Cognition. Together with his supervisors Hauke Heekeren and Dirk Ostwald, he investigates the cognitive and neural mechanisms of human learning. To formally capture learning processes, he develops computational models and tests the corresponding predictions using experimental data. Together with Matt Nassar (Brown University, USA) und Ben Eppinger (Montreal, Canada), Rasmus also investigates how computational models can lead to a better understanding of learning differences between different groups (e.g., children, older adults).
His talk is titled: Computermodelle in den Kognitiven Neurowissenschaften