Supervised BSc, MSc and PhD theses

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Supervised PhD Theses
in progress Abdullahi Ali
in progress Emer Jones
in progress Johannes Mehrer
2019 Courtney Spoerer
Supervised Master’s Theses
2020 Philip Sulewski University of Göttingen
2020 Nicolas Yax Université Paris Saclay
2020 Elgar de Groot University of Groningen
2020 Bas Krahmer Radboud University
2018 Lucas Weber Object Representations in Deep Convolutional Neural Networks and Their Behavioural Implications
2017 Lynn Sörensen Representational dynamics of visual object perception in source-reconstructed MEG-data
2014 Anna Lisa Gert Face-dependent Event Related Potentials Show Modulation by Viewing angle
2013 Basil Wahn Investigating Representations of Face Viewpoints Across the Visual Field – an fMRI study
2012 Danja Porada An MEG Study of Developing Category Expertise in a Perceptual Learning Paradigm
Supervised Bachelor’s Theses
2019 Anouk Prins Exploring the Learning of Face Selective Units in Deep Neural Networks
2019 Karlijn Bok Exploring the Latent Space of styleGAN
2019 Nick Stracke Monocular Depth Estimation of micro scale Images
2019 Max van Laarhoven A context inclusive approach to face detection in video
2019 Johan van den Heuvel Using a Secondary Network for Foveation in Computer Vision
2015 Jan Lause EEG correlates of plasticity in human face perception
2015 Silja Timm In search of object-based visual representations in the healthy human cortex using a steady-state paradigm
2014 Steffen Kaiser Vertical Viewpoint – Does Body Height Modulate Perception of Faces?
2012 Julia Schumacher Evidence for Prototype Theories, Revisited
2011 Maike Gaca The Correlation between Perceptual Category Learning and Sleep EEG Pattern in Diurnal Napping
2011 Benedikt Ehinger Electrophysiological Correlates of Category Learning
2010 Nico Möller Aspect Graphs in the Context of Object Recognition