PhD Student - Institute of Neuroinformatics, ETH/University of Zurich
Humans and animals are able to make optimal use of their knowledge to achieve their goals. This is seen as the hallmark of intelligence.I hope to study this "intelligence" and use this knowledge to develop intelligent cognitive systems.
I will be working on the neuromorphic VLSI hardware at INI and implement models of auditory processing developed as part of the project. I am also interested in developing these robust models capable of realtime classification of passively detected sounds and further form composite representations of passive and active sources of accoustic information.
Besides research I am also responsible partly for dissemination. I help design, develop and maintain this website.