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Marco Ragni

External Fellow of Humanities
Center for Human-Technology-Systems, TU Chemnitz


Ph.D. Dr. Marco Ragni is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Design and Communication at SDU.

Marco Ragni is trained as a mathematician and has two Ph.Ds. one in Computer Science (2008) and one in Cognitive Science (2013) from the University of Freiburg. His career includes several positions as member of committees, guest editor, reviewer, organization of workshops and talks. Furthermore, he has contributed as Board Member at Special Research Center “Spatial Cognition” and as Chief Executive of the Cognition-Section within the Artificial Intelligence Section of the German Society of Informatics (GI).

Marco Ragni was Head of the Cognitive Computation Lab at University Freiburg and has been Associate Professor at University Freiburg since 2017. He was awarded in 2015 with the prestigious Heisenberg-Fellowship from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) for researching “Formalization, Modeling and Implementation of a neurocognitive theory of deductive reasoning”.

Marco Ragni has a keen interest in the specifics of how the human mind process information and how this differs from formal and computational approaches.

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