Kontakt

Leitung

Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt

 

 A07 0-062

Sekretariat

Sandra Marienberg (aktuell in Mutterschutz/Elternzeit)
Kontaktieren Sie die Vertretung ab 01.08.2023 unter: sekretariat.psychologie@uol.de

 

 A07 0-035

Anschrift

Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Fakultät VI - Medizin und Gesundheitswissenschaften
Abt. Psychologische Methodenlehre und Statistik
Dep. für Psychologie
Gebäude A7
Ammerländer Heerstr. 114-118
26129 Oldenburg

Anfahrt und Lageplan

 Anfahrt zur Universität und Campusplan

Micha Burkhardt

Research Interests

  • Network neuroscience & graph theory in individual differences research
  • Dynamic functional brain networks
  • Robust statistical analysis of fMRI data and multiverse analysis
  • Open-source software, open and reproducible science

Academic positions 

Since November 2023

PhD Candidate PMuS Lab (supervised by Prof. Dr. Andea Hildebrandt and Dr. Carsten Gießing)


12/2022 – 10/2023


Research Assistant Biological Psychology Lab (Prof. Dr. Christiane Thiel), Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg


02/2020 – 03/2023


Research Assistant Artificial Intelligence Lab (Prof. Dr. Fred Hamker), Chemnitz University of Technologyg

Education

10/2020 – 10/2023 

Sensors and Cognitive Psychology (M.Sc.), Chemnitz University of Technology. Thesis: Predicting Behaviour from Dynamic Functional Brain Networks – An Evaluation through Multiverse Analysis.


10/2015 – 12/2019


Sensors and Cognitive Psychology (B.Sc.), Chemnitz University of Technology. Thesis: Spatial Cognition in a Virtual Environment - Robustness of a Large-scale Neurocomputational Model .


09/2017 – 02/2018


Physics (Semester Abroad), Aberystwyth University

Publications

Burkhardt, M., Bergelt, J., Gönner, L., Dinkelbach, H.Ü., Beuth, F., Schwarz, A., Bicanski, A., Burgess, N., Hamker, F. H. (2023). A Large-scale Neurocomputational Model of Spatial Cognition Integrating Memory with Vision. Neural Networks, 167, 473-488. doi.org/10.1016/j.neunet.2023.08.034

Burkhardt, M., Thiel, C. M., & Gießing, C. (2022). Robust Correlation for Link Definition in Resting-State fMRI Brain Networks Can Reduce Motion-Related Artifacts. Brain connectivity, 12(1), 18-25. doi.org/10.1089/brain.2020.1005

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