In my current research, I am focused on studying the bio- and neuromechanics of a hypothesized sensor organ in birds.
I have defended two master projects while being a student of the research-oriented double degree MEME Erasmus Mundus programme in Evolutionary biology. Within the framework of this programme, I spent two semesters at Uppsala University (UU) and two semesters at Ludwig-Maximillian-University of Munich (LMU). At UU I worked on the Master's thesis at the palaeobiological P. Ahlberg's Lab. My research was on studying long-bone features of the extinct early tetrapod Hyneria . At LMU I got an M.Sc. in Evolution, Ecology, Systematics. In this Master's thesis project, I studied the evolutionary morphology of medium and small-scale frogs.
In my spare time, I create sculptures and design furniture inspired by wildlife. Besides, I enjoy creating movies and doing sport.
 Kamska, V., Daeschler, E., Downs, J., Ahlberg, P., Tafforeau, P., & Sanchez, S. (n.d.). Long-bone development and life-history traits of the Devonian tristichopterid Hyneria lindae. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 1-12.
Our goal is to understand the principles of Perception, Action and Learning in autonomous systems that successfully interact with complex environments and to use this understanding to design future systems