About Me

I am an entrepreneur and researcher at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany. I nowadays mostly work on computer vision, deep learning, and data science/engineering (e.g., for our state-of-the-art eye-tracking algorithms at Eyezag). In the past, I have worked extensively on audio-visual perception for humanoid robots, human-robot interaction, and human-computer interaction. As a consequence, I have expertise in a broad set of research fields including but not limited to computer vision, machine learning, signal processing, robotics, human cognition, neuroscience, eye tracking, and computational linguistics.