David Hammerschmidt, M.A.
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David Hammerschmidt is primarily interested in the relation between entrainment to musical rhythms and time perception. Furthermore, his research investigates how music and sociocultural experiences influence the biological clock. For his PhD studies, he uses empirical methods including behavioral, physiological, and cognitive measures.
Since 2017: PhD researcher in the ERC-project "Slow Motion: Transformations of Musical Time in Perception and Performance"
Since 2017: PhD candidate, Systematic Musicology, University of Hamburg, Germany
2016: Master of Arts in Systematic Musicology, University of Hamburg, Germany
2015: Scholarship from Karl H. Ditze-Stiftung
2012: Bachelor of Arts in Systematic Musicology and Philosophy, University of Hamburg, Germany