In my current research, I am focused on studying the bio- and neuromechanics of a hypothesized sensor organ in birds.
I have defended two master projects while being a student of the research-oriented double degree MEME Erasmus Mundus programme in Evolutionary biology. Within the framework of this programme, I spent two semesters at Uppsala University (UU) and two semesters at Ludwig-Maximillian-University of Munich (LMU). At UU I worked on the Master's thesis at the palaeobiological P. Ahlberg's Lab. My research was on studying long-bone features of the extinct early tetrapod Hyneria . At LMU I got an M.Sc. in Evolution, Ecology, Systematics. In this Master's thesis project, I studied the evolutionary morphology of medium and small-scale frogs.
In my spare time, I create sculptures and design furniture inspired by wildlife. Besides, I enjoy creating movies and doing sport.
 Kamska, V., Daeschler, E., Downs, J., Ahlberg, P., Tafforeau, P., & Sanchez, S. (n.d.). Long-bone development and life-history traits of the Devonian tristichopterid Hyneria lindae. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 1-12.
Unser Ziel ist es, die Prinzipien von Wahrnehmen, Lernen und Handeln in autonomen Systemen zu verstehen, die mit komplexen Umgebungen interagieren. Das Verständnis wollen wir nutzen, um künstliche intelligente Systeme zu entwickeln.