I am a postgraduate student in Computing with specialism in Machine Learning at the Imperial College London. Before that I completed a Master of Science degree in Data Science at Universitat Pompeu Fabra and an Economics undergrad at the University of Cologne. Beginning in October 2018, I will join the Einstein Center for Neurosciences Berlin as a PhD fellow.
During my time as an Econ undergrad I have worked as a student research assistant for Prof. Alex Ludwig (Goethe University Frankfurt) and Prof. Helge Braun (University of Cologne). The projects mainly focused on public policy evaluation and the intersection of retirement and unemployment insurance systems. I developed a fascination for data wrangling and the computational aspects of Economics, Cognitive Sciences and Decision Making. This led to an amazing deep dive into Data Science in Barcelona. Intrigued by Gabor Lugosi's course of statistical learning theory I decided to further deepen my Machine Learning skills in London.
At the moment my interest focuses on Bayesian Deep Learning, the Free-Energy Principle as well as Hierarchical Reinforcement Learning. During my PhD studies I intend to further strengthen the beautiful bilateral relationship between Machine Learning and Cognitive Neuroscience. Especially, I want to deeper understand the neural correlates of Reinforcement Learning as well as computationally model episodic memory and hippocampal replay.
Robert Tjarko Lange
Regina-Kaufmann-Weg 1| 50354 Hürth | Germany
Hi there! I am Robert and currently 22 years old. I am originally from the north of Germany but lived and have spend some time studying in Cologne, Barcelona and London. Besides a passion for cognitive computational neuroscience and all aspects of intelligence, I love photography, traveling the world and hot-water bottles. If you have a feeling that we share at least one of these, just contact me!