My name is Sepehr Saeedpour, and I recently graduated from the University of Tehran with a BSc in electrical and computer engineering. Since high school, I’ve dabbled in a lot of different subjects, like astronomy, computer science, neuroscience, and cognitive science. Right now, I’m doing research on human collective cognition and making tools to answer research questions under the supervision of professors Bahador Bahrami and Ophelia Deroy. My current research projects are focused on the Pavlovian influence on learning, software development for tracking live eye gaze on artworks (LiveGaze), and real-time feedback gathering from people (Chorus).
Also, I was a member of a small game development team in 2022, and from 2019 to 2021, I worked as a People Analyst at CafeBazaar, the most popular Android application store in Iran, with more than 40 million users. And I’m currently working part-time as a business analyst.