About me

I am a PhD student in the department of Experimental Psychology at the University of Groningen, under the supervision of Hedderik van Rijn, Jelmer Borst, and Florian Sense. I work on data-driven optimisation of adaptive fact learning systems. Put simply, I'm trying to make learning easier by making better predictions about how quickly you're going to forget what you're trying to remember.

I like developing computational models to better understand human cognition, and exploring how we can apply these models to real-world problems.

In my master’s thesis I modelled the effects of depressive rumination on working memory in a complex task, supervised by Marieke van Vugt and Niels Taatgen. I presented this project at ICCM/MathPsych 2018.

Education

2018–2022 PhD in Experimental Psychology, University of Groningen
2015–2018 MSc Human-Machine Communication, University of Groningen
2012–2015 BSc Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen

Contact

E-mail: [email protected]