I finished high school in 2014 and started my Bachelor in Nanoscience at Regensburg University the same year.
I completed my Bachelor thesis 2018, investigating efficiency decay in dye-sensitised solar cells, and continued my Master in Computational Science.
In 2019 I spent a semester at the Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST) in Japan, working with the group of Professor Dr. Hisao Yanagi in the Quantum Materials Science Laboratory, researching the effects of light-matter coupling.
I finished my Master thesis in 2022, in which I used a Graph Convolutional Neural Network to predict error causes in filling lines.
At the start of 2023 I began working as a PhD at the TRR "Co-Constructing Explainability" in the IXA project at CITEC.
- Influence of stress, change of power relations and psychological conditions on signals of understanding