Lilla Horvath is a PhD student with Dirk Ostwald’s Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Group. In her research she uses artificial intelligence inspired models to study the cognitive and neural underpinnings of sequential decision making under uncertainty. She is particularly interested in understanding how people represent their environment and balance their decisions between exploration and exploitation. She is an active advocate of open and reproducible research.
Her talk is titled: Entscheidungsfindung unter Unsicherheit