The ACE team
(ex) Doctoral researcher
Studies comparative psychology with ants as a model organism, with a focus on advanced cognitive abilities and comparative consumer psychology. Now at the Max Plank Institute for Collective Behaviour, Konstanz
(ex) Visiting doctoral researcher
Studies comparative psychology, normally with jumping spiders, now with ants. Risk assessment, concept learning, behavioural economics.
Soon to be found as a post-doc at Harvard, working in the Shamble lab
Professor of microeconomics
Prof. Roiders is supporting the ACElab team with in depth insight into economic theory and practice.
Prof. Roiders is based in the Department of Economics at the University of Regensburg.
Professor of cognitive psychology
Prof. Dreisbach studies motivation and cognitive control at the Institute of Psychology at the University of Regensburg. She is supporting the ACElab team by helping design our comparative psychology and cognition experiments. See her website here.
The ACElab often offers research projects for students, from short laboratory practicals to BSc and MSc projects. Doctoral and postdoctoral researchers are always welcome, pending funding.
Interns, M.Sc, and B.Sc students
Pragya Kumar - MSc student
Caroline Hübner - post MSc intern
Birgit Brandstetter - BSc student
Isabella di Stefano - BSc student
Jack Beckwith - BA student
Anna-Lena Horsch - BSc student
Alexandra Koch - Research assistant
Daniel Grimwade - BA student
Nico Kleinhölting - BSc student