Stachl is a post-doctoral researcher specializing in research methodology, behavioral observation and individual differences. His research includes topics in psychology, artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction. He primarily uses digital recordings from consumer electronics together with computational modeling to investigate the connections between psychological characteristics, states, behavior and situational factors. Throughout his work he promotes open scientific practices.
- Ph.D., Psychology and Statistics, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München, Germany
- M.S., Psychology, University of Graz, Austria