Aaron Reer

Applied Neurocognitive Psychology

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Aaron Reer (M.Sc.)


My project is funded by a DFG device center grant for open and reproducible neuroscience. The main focus of my position is to standardize the data acquisition across labs for data that are acquired using the two main devices of our neuroimaging unit (MRI and MEG). Additionally, we aim to develop tools/software that helps researchers to produce science more open, transparent and importantly in a standardized manner. While analysis workflows should be standardized at every step of the research data lifecycle, we are rather focussed on early stages of processing, e.g. standardization of data acquisition or the development of a tool for quality assessments of MEG data. For more information about ongoing projects, see the TORS website.


Conference Abstracts:

Reer, A., Gapotsneva, E., MEEGqc - a quality control workflow for MEEG data, neuroinformatics assembly, 2022,


Data Scientist in Applied NeuroCognitive Psychology Lab, 10.2021-now

M.Sc. Cognitive and Integrative Systems Neuroscience, Philipps University Marburg, 10.2018-08.2021, Thesis title: A neural mechanism for the analysis of faces by means of action units: a conceptual replication study

B.Sc. Cognitive Science, University of Osnabrück 10.2014-07.2018, Thesis title: Collective Benefits in a collaboratively executed Multiple-Object-Tracking Task

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