My research focuses on the interplay of perception and action. I’m interested in how different sensory information are used for space perception and goal-directed actions, comprising eye, hand, and body movements. I also investigate how humans predict the sensory outcome of their actions and how adapt their behavior to dynamically changing environments.
My long-term goal is to better understand how the human brain plans, controls, and adapts natural actions in complex environments. To this end, I combine psychophysics with motion tracking in real and virtual environments and apply EEG and fMRI to uncover the underlying neural processes.