Thomas Kosch studied Software Engineering at the University of Stuttgart in Germany with a focus on signal processing algorithm design, analysis of physiological sensory data, and implementation of context-aware computing systems. He is currently a PhD student at the Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich under the supervision of Albrecht Schmidt. His research primarily encompasses the analysis and interpretation of physiological sensory data to explore its use in adaptive computer environments, influence on self-awareness through understandable visualizations, and the creation of new methods to objectively quantify cognitive states. While he is generally interested in physiological sensing, his focus lies on the combination of eye tracking and electroencephalography with recent advancements in artificial intelligence to understand the individual’s cognition during interaction.
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