I am a computational cognitive scientist.
Currently, I am working as a Postdoctoral Researcher at Developmental Computational Psychiatry lab at the University of Tübingen, where I develop scientific software to streamline and push computational modelling to the forefront of research. I am also a Guest Scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics.
My primary research focuses on computational modelling of human heterogeneity and behavioural complexity (Dome and Wills, 2023). In addition, I have done effect-centric research on when intelligent systems fail with a special focus on the inverse base-rate effect - an irrational effect of non-uniform generalization of learned experience.
To top it all, I work hard on open sourcing science! Transparency, openness, reproducibility and accessability are at the core of my work culture. I am involved in a variety of open-source science projects. I am the lead developer of psp, a senior developer of catlearn.
|I have started a Postdoctoral Research position at the Developmental Computational Psychiatry lab at the University of Tübingen
|Version 1.0.0 of psp now available on CRAN.
|Paper Alert!!! Dome and Wills (2023) Errorless irrationality: removing error-driven components from the inverse base-rate effect paradigm. In Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 45 (45) 237-243
|Version 1.0 of catlearn now available for download from CRAN. It has been downloaded 37,000 times.
|psp is released! n-dimensional parameter space partitioning algorithm for evaluating formal computational models.