Faculty of Science
Department of Psychology
Technische Universität Dresden
Zellescher Weg 17
My research interests are at the intersection of the cognitive neuroscience, theoretical neuroscience and machine learning.
I am focused on understanding the computational and neurophysiological mechanisms that underlie human decision making.
I use various concepts from the information and probability theory to model human adaptive behaviour and test specific
experimental predictions derived from the computational models.
|2013||Dr. phil. nat. (Physics), Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; oral examination: 06. May 2013; supervisor: Prof. Dr. Claudius Gros|
|2007||Diploma (Theoretical and Experimental Physics), Belgrade University, Belgrade, Serbia; supervisor: Dr. Milan Petrović|
|2002 - 2007||Undergraduate studies of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Belgrade University, Belgrade, Serbia.|
|06/2014 - present||Postdoc at Technische Universitaet Dresden, Psychology Department, Chair for Neuroimaging, Dresden, Germany.|
|04/2013 - 03/2015||Guest Researcher at Max-Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Neurology Department, Leipzig, Germany|
|04/2013 - 05/2014||Postdoc at University Clinic Jena, Neurology Department, Biomagnetic Center, Jena, Germany|
|06/2008 - 02/2013||Doctoral student at Goethe University, Institute for Theoretical Physics, Frankfurt am Main, Germany.|
Other Scientific Activities, Honors, Awards
Marković, D., & Kiebel, S. J. (2016). Comparative Analysis of Behavioral Models for Adaptive Learning in Changing Environments.
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 10, 33.
Marković, D., Gläscher, J., Bossaerts, P., O’Doherty, J., & Kiebel, S. J. (2015). Modeling the Evolution of Beliefs Using an
Attentional Focus Mechanism. PLoS Comput Biol, 11(10), e1004558.
Marković, D., & Gros, C. (2014). Power laws and self-organized criticality in theory and nature. Physics Reports, 536(2), 41-74.
Markovic, D., & Gros, C. (2010). Self-organized chaos through polyhomeostatic optimization. Physical Review Letters, 105(6), 068702.