Julian Schulz studied Physics and Philosophy at the University of Göttingen. He received his bachelor’s in physics in 2021. In his bachelor’s thesis, he investigated the influence that the dynamic regime of a network has on its ability to perform tasks that require short- and long-term memory. Since 2020, he has been doing his master’s at the Max Planck School of Matter to Life. He did a Lab-Rotation at the BPM group, simulating the memory formation of slime molds. He examined the influence of the timescales of different dynamics on memory formation.