I’m a doctoral researcher in the International Max Planck Research School for Intelligent Systems (IMPRS-IS) and the Graduate Academy of the Stuttgart Center for Simulation Science (SimTech) with a background in physics. My supervisors are
I am interested in applying methods from many-body physics to machine learning, for example using reservoir computing.
I am curious about finding optimal conditions for learning in these systems using tools and techniques from statistical physics. An application is the forecasting of complex and chaotic spatio-temporal systems.
Emergence and collective behavior, evolutionary methods, artificial life as well as open-endedness are topics that interest me as well.
I am very grateful for the ideational and financial support by the German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung), the Max Weber Program of the State of Bavaria and the Elite Network of Bavaria during my Bachelor and Master studies.
In my free time I like to send and receive postcards with Postcrossing, learning to play the guitar, learning Italian and going for a run.
Please feel free to get in touch :)