Klaus Wunderlich is a principal investigator at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich.
His research is concerned with
elucidating how the human brain is capable of making decisions under various
conditions of uncertainty. To achieve this he applies computational,
psychological, and economic theories to functional brain imaging data.
Klaus obtained his undergraduate degree at Goettingen and Princeton, followed by a PhD in Computation and
Neural Systems at the California Institute of Technology.
Dian Anggraini: PhD student in the GSN
Daniel Palacios: PhD student in the GSN
Maria Eckstein: PhD student in the GSN
Feng Yan: PhD student in the GSN
Ke Ding: PhD student
Dr. Martin Scherr: Postdoc (collaboration project with TUMNIC)