About me

Hi! I am a master student and a former undergrad at Jacobs University Bremen, Germany. Supervised by Prof. Herbert Jaeger of the MINDS group, I am currently working on (i) using Spectral Methods for learning and analyzing stochastic processes and controlled dynamical systems, and (ii) using reservoir computing methods for neuromorphic computing.

My CV is available here.


  • August 2018: My paper about Observable Operator Models is available on arxiv!
  • August 2018: I was awarded the Jacobs University's President’s list for academic achievement!
  • August 2018: My semester project report about reservoir computation on neuromorphic microchips is available here.
  • June 2018: Our paper on Fast Binary Compressive Sensing has been accepted by 5th CoSeRa 2018.
  • May 2018: I started my summer research internship with Prof. Lyle Ungar at Upenn.
  • April 2018: I was awarded the SMARTSTART1 Training Fellowship in Computational Neuroscience from the Bernstein Network and the Volkswagen Foundation.
  • March 2018: I had a one-week research visit at the Institute of Neuroinformatics of UZH and ETH, Switzerland.
  • March 2018: I attended IK-2018, Moehnesee, Germany.
  • Feb 2018: I attended AAAI-18, New Orleans, USA.
  • January 2018: Our paper on Fast Binary Compressive Sensing has been uploaded on arXiv.
  • November 2017: Our paper on Predicting Engagement Breakdown in HRI has been accepted to the AAAI-18 workshop on Affective Content Analysis.
  • September 2017: I attended the 2nd Young Researchers Event and the Codjam of the Human Brain Project (HBP) in Geneva and Lausanne, Switzerland.