Spatial and Architectural Cognition Lab
I am a Junior Professor in Spatial Cognition - a branch of cognitive science studying how people think about, think in, and think with space.
My background and approach are interdisciplinary, with an MA in psychology, a PhD from a department of architecture, and postdoctoral experience in geoinformatics. Methods I work with include virtual reality, mobile eye-tracking, spatial computation, Bayesian statistics, and architectural theory of Space Syntax.
I am based at the Institute for Geoinformatics in Münster, Germany. I also enjoyed a tenure as a Visiting Fellow at Future Cities Lab in Singapore. Prior to that I was at Northumbria University in Newcastle, UK.
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