I work as a scientific employee at the Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience section of the Institute of Psychology at University of Graz. My professional development is sketched in my curiculum vitae.
In research, I am interested in knowledge space theory, an algebraic and probabilistic model describing knowledge and competence structures, and especially in the application of such structures for technology enhanced learning. A special focus is on efficient procedures for the personalised assessment of knowledge where efficiency includes the computational side as well as the psychological/pedagogical side. A list of my publications can be found here. Furtermore, I maintain a comprehensive bibliography on knowledge space theory.
In teaching, I represent University of Graz in the Erasmus+ stategic partnership QHELP (Higher Education Learning Platform for Quantitative Thinking). Its aim is the development of open educational resources in the area of mathematical psychology.
A major part of my work is dedicated to administration. This includes the distribution of seminar places, budget administration, key management, and server maintenance.