I am originally from Budapest, Hungary. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and a Master’s in Cognitive neuroscience. I have experience in EEG and MEG data analyzing and using EEG on family dogs. I would like to extend my scientific knowledge and be better in data analyzing, so before starting a PhD I applied to be an Eramus+ intern in Brainlab for 3,5 months. My research topic is the early-stage prediction of complex acoustic feature contingencies. I am interested in Frequency-Following Response (FFR) in infants as well.
Erasmus + visitor [01/09/2019--20/12/2019]