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Rebecca Albrecht

 

Research Interests

  • Cognitive Modeling
  • Formal Methods in Cognitive Science
  • Task analysis

 

Projects

  • Since February 2014: Research assistant in SFB/TR 8 "Spatial Cognition".
  • 2009 - 2012: Student assistant in SFB/TR 8 "Spatial Cognition".


CV

  • Since February 2014: Research assistant at the Center for Cognitive Science and at the Chair of Software Engineering, University of Freiburg.
  • 2011 - 2013: Master studies in Computer Science with minor in Cognitive Science, University of Freiburg.
  • 2007 - 2011: Bachelor studies in Computer Science with minor in Cognitive Science, University of Freiburg.


Publications

  • Albrecht, R. and Westphal, B. F-ACT-R: Defining the ACT-R Architectural Space. Accepted at KogWis Conference 2014.
  • Albrecht, R. and Westphal, B. Analysing Psychological Theories with F-ACT-R. Accepted at KogWis Conference 2014.
  • Albrecht, R. and Gießwein, M. and Westphal, B. Towards Formally Founded ACT-R Simulation and Analysis. Accepted at KogWis Conference 2014.
  • Albrecht, R., and Steffenhagen, F.and Ragni, M.Identifying Inter-Individual Planning Strategies. Accepted at KogWis Conference 2014.
  • Steffenhagen, F. and Albrecht, R., and Ragni, M. Automatic Identification of Human Strategies by Cognitive Agents.
    Accepted at KI Conference 2014.
  • Albrecht, R., and Ragni, M. Spatial Planning: An ACT-R model for the Tower of London Task. Accepted at Spatial Cognition Conference 2014.
  • Albrecht, R., and Ragni, M. The Contextual Planning Effect: Memory Processing in Visuospatial Problem Solving. Conference of the German Cognitive Science Society, page 61. 2012.
  • Albrecht, R., Brüssow, S., Kaller, C., and Ragni, M. Using a Cognitive Model for an in-depth analysis of the Tower of London. In Proceedings of the 33th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, pages 693 - 198. 2011.
 

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Conference Tutorials

  • Ragni, M., Albrecht, R., and Benatti, S. The Cognitive Architecture ACT-R with Cognitive Robotics as an Application. Held with the 35th German Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Saarbrücken 2012.
  • Ragni, M., and Albrecht, R. The Cognitive Architecture ACT-R. Held with the Biannual Conference of the German Cognitive Science Society. Bamberg 2012.

Workshops

  • Talk at ACT-R Workshop at CogSci Conference 2014: Towards a Formal Description of the ACT-R Theory of Cognition.

Theses

  • M.Sc. Thesis: Towards a Formal description of the ACT-R Unified Theory of Cognition. 2013. University of Freiburg.
  • B. Sc. Thesis: Modeling the Tower of London Task. 2011. University of Freiburg.

Supervised Theses and Projects

  • Michael Gießwein: Formalisierung und Implementierung des deklarativen Moduls der kognitiven Architektur ACT-R (B.Sc. Thesis, University of Freiburg, 2014).

Tutoring

  • Unified Modeling and Analysis in UML (Winter Term 2013)
  • Empirical Methods II: Methods for Psycholinguistics (Summer Term 2013)
  • Introduction into Cognitive Science II: Formal Methods and Language (Winter Term 2012/2013)
  • Cognitive Modeling II: Connectionist Language Processing (Winter Term 2012/2013)
  • Cognitive Modeling I: Symbolic and Rule-Based Modeling (Summer Term 2011, 2012, 2013)
  • Formal Methods and Programming for Cognitive Scientists (Winter Term 2010/2011, 2011/2012)
  • Object-Oriented Programming in Java (Summer Term 2010)
  • Software Engineering (Summer Term 2010)
  • Theoretical Computer Science (Winter Term 2009/2010)
  • Hardware Lab (Summer Term 2009)
  • Operating Systems (Winter Term 2008/2009)
  • Computer Engineering (Winter Term 2008/2009)
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