I am currently working as Research Assistant on a research project that investigates synchrony and attentional timing in spoken language processing under the supervision of Dr. Dale Barr.
I obtained my PhD under the supervision of Prof. Simon C. Garrod at the Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology, University of Glasgow. My PhD studentship was fully funded by the Faculty of Information and Mathematical Sciences (FIMS).
I graduated from the University of Saarbrücken, Germany with an MSc. in Computational Linguistics.
Research interests include the cognitive processes underlying language processing as revealed by ERPs / ERFs, and frequency-related neuronal brain oscillations using state-of-the-art electrophysiological and brain imaging techniques (EEG / MEG).
Other research interests focus on reading, covert attention, and reference resolution using Eye-tracking, EEG, and MEG.
I am also organising the Language Group Seminar.