About me

I am an ELLIS PhD student currently in the Computational Principles of Intelligence Lab in Munich. I am supervised by both Eric Schulz (LMU & Helmholtz AI) and Jane X. Wang (Google DeepMind).

Broadly, I am interested in computational models of human behavior to 1) better understand human cognition and 2) try to leverage these insights in Machine Learning. So far in my PhD, I have been exploring how Large Language Models behave to later see how they can be used to inject human-like priors into RL agents.

When not doing research, I enjoy football, bouldering, skiing, calisthenics and dancing.


Website is still in progress.