Kaan completed his master’s degree in Neurocognitive Psychology at the University of Oldenburg, where he worked on genetic variations in the human dopamine system and nicotine effects on cognitive control. Since June 2021, Kaan is working on his PhD at CeTI and the Chair of Lifespan Developmental Neuroscience. Utilizing psychophysics and neuroimaging techniques, his research focuses on age and individual differences in multisensory perception, particularly in augmented and virtual reality environments.
Projects/Cooperation within CeTI you are involved in:
• Age-dependent differences in visuo-motor delay perception (with Kathleen Kang, Shu-Chen Li & Jakub Limanowski)
• Age differences in perception of plausible vibrotactile feedback (with Kathleen Kang, Shu-Chen Li, M. Ercan Altinsoy & Robert Rosenkranz)
CeTI rooms within CeTI you are involved in:
TP1, TP2, K3
What do you value most about your work at CeTI?
The innovative atmosphere and the multidisciplinary nature of the work we do. I really appreciate being able to collaborate with people from different fields and having access to state of the art technology.
What was your best moment at CeTI so far?
When I tried on our data glove for the first time! Though I’m sure the best is yet to come.
What else would you like to research?
The future of TaHiL technologies and how they will adapt to our changing environment.
How do you spend your spare time?
Watching/reading about films and enjoying the outdoors.