About me

My name is Moritz Held and I'm currently doing a joint PhD program between the University of Groningen and the University of Oldenburg. My research interests include how cognitive models can inform cyber-phyisical systems about the effects of cognitive load on driving in adaptive automation scenarios. At the moment, I'm writing a paper about my ACT-R model that explains an interaction between two cognitive concepts while driving. On this website you will find information about ongoing projects, previous publications. Also, I'm also sharing all my experiment and analysis code for the rest of the world to use. Feel free to browse around and/or get in contact if you see something that you like.

I’m also organizing a biweekly round-table where I invite researchers to chat about cognitive modeling with me and other interested researchers. We discuss current projects of ours, the future of cognitive models and what we can do to advance the field.

Interests
  • Cognitive Modeling
  • Computational Neuropsychology
  • Adaptive Automation
Education
  • PhD student in Artificial Intelligence/Psychology, since 2020

    Rijksuniversiteit Groningen/ Universität Oldenburg

  • MSc Neurocognitive Psychology, 2020

    Universität Oldenburg

  • BSc Psychology, 2017

    MSH Hamburg