About Me
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Hello! I’m Noemi, a researcher and photographer from Germany.

Since finishing my PhD in Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford I have worked as a freelance research consultant with a focus on conducting surveys of the public and expert populations concerning their views on artificial intelligence. I am motivated by the idea that it is crucial to develop and deploy this emerging technology in a way that is in the best interests of the public and that allows for human flourishing and a just and fair society. Currently, I am working together with Centre for the Governance of AI to conduct survey research in this space. You can check out the most recent work here and here.

My further expertise spans from the fields of leadership and business psychology to multisensory perception and philosophy of mind. Beyond survey research and experimental psychology, I specialise in conducting literature reviews and offering research and editorial support to authors writing non-fiction books.


University of Oxford | 2015-2020

Completed my DPhil in the Crossmodal Research Laboratory supervised by Professor Charles Spence and Professor Robin Murphy. Funded by the MRC and St John’s College.

University College London | 2013-2014 | Distinction (Class rank: 1st)

Master of Science (MSc), Industrial/Organisational and Business Psychology.

University of Oxford | 2010-2013 | First-Class Honours (Class rank: 2nd)

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Psychology and Philosophy.


Medical Research Council and St John’s College Scholarship | 2015

3-year full funding scholarship to complete my PhD at the University of Oxford with an approximate total value of £50,000.

UCL Best Mark Prize | 2014

Awarded for best mark in the degree MSc in Industrial/Organisational and Business Psychology.

Nominee – Indigogold MSc Innovation Award | 2014

Dissertation nominated for the Indigogold MSc Work Psychology Innovation Award.

University of Oxford Gibbs Prizes | 2013

Awarded for best Psychology dissertation and proxime acessit (runner-up) for overall performance in the PPP degree course at the University of Oxford.

Hertford College Book Awards | 2013
Awarded for best Psychology dissertation and proxime acessit (runner-up) for overall performance in the PPP degree course at the University of Oxford.

Stone Family Foundation Scholarship | 2012
Financial support during my internship at Rethink Mental Illness.

Hertford College Scholarship | 2011
Two-year scholarship for distinction achieved at first public examinations at the University of Oxford.

Dean’s list at McGill University | 2009
Place on the dean’s list for academic achievement in examinations.

James McGill Scholarship | 2009
Renewable scholarship for academic achievement and leadership potential.