Cordelia Berz received a bachelor’s degree from TU Berlin in 2018. Her bachelor’s project at the University of St Andrews studied thin film encapsulations of organic light-emitting diodes to promote their use as a light source in optogenetics – an emerging technique in neuroscience to achieve light-based control of cell behaviour. During her bachelor’s, Cordelia did a 3-month internship at EPFL Lausanne where she worked on increasing the field of view of an instant structured illumination microscope (iSIM) and simulating the iSIM. Currently, Cordelia is studying physics at TU Munich (MSc Applied and Engineering Physics). Her master’s project in our group is about modeling and simulating the vascular network of snakes. In particular, she is investigating the specific requirements on the network’s architecture due to the ability of snakes to see in the infrared. In addition, she is studying philosophy at LMU with a special interest in formal epistemology, logic and philosophy of language.
Technical University of Munich
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