SCIoI Alumni

Julia Baum

Postdoctoral Researcher

Psychology

HU Berlin

   

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Julia Baum

Julia Baum

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Julia Baum is a psychologist from the Neurocognitive Psychology Lab at HU Berlin working on Project 08 with the aim to advance the integration of human and synthetic face processing. She investigates how semantic information and context influence face processing in the brain. Her research focuses on how the human cognitive system is influenced by information lacking credibility, such as person-related misinformation. She hopes that SCIoI’s interdisciplinary insights help to further understand biases in face processing and possibly help to protect against them.


Projects

Julia Baum is member of Project 08.


Baum, M., Schattenhofer, L., Rössler, T., Osuna-Mascaró, A., Auersperg, A., Kacelnik, A., & Brock, O. (2022). Yoking-Based Identification of Learning Behavior in Artificial and Biological Agents. SAB 2022. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-16770-6_6
Baum, M., & Brock, O. (2022). “The World Is Its Own Best Model”: Robust Real-World Manipulation Through Online Behavior Selection. ICRA 2022. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICRA46639.2022.9811845
Baum, M., Froessl, A., Battaje, A., & Brock, O. (2023). Estimating the Motion of Drawers From Sound. ICRA 2023.
Mengers, V., Battaje, A., Baum, M., & Brock, O. (2023). Combining Motion and Appearance for Robust Probabilistic Object Segmentation in Real Time. ICRA 2023.
Li, X., Baum, M., & Brock, O. (2023). Augmentation Enables One-Shot Generalization In Learning From Demonstration for Contact-Rich Manipulation. IROS 2023. https://doi.org/10.1109/IROS55552.2023.10341625
Baum, M., & Brock, O. (2021). Achieving Robustness in a Drawer Manipulation Task by using High-level Feedback instead of Planning. DGR Days. https://www.tu.berlin/robotics/forschung/publikationen?tx_publications_pi1%5Baction%5D=show&tx_publications_pi1%5Bpublication%5D=36135&cHash=2590ecf473bc6062b0fc47691159660a#c197246

Research

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