Colloquium Cognitive Systems

The Cognitive Systems Colloquium is an interdisciplinary series of presentations from leading researchers in the field who provide insights into their latest scientific developments. Its goal is to provide a general overview by sampling different perspectives from this new and quickly developing research field. The colloquium is open to all researchers and students interested in these topics.

17.10.2019 Poster Presentation Day  
24.10.2019 Prof. Dr. Benedikt Grothe (LMU München, MPI Neurobiology)
The neuronal code of auditory space
Local host: Prof. Dr. Marc Ernst
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31.10.2019 PhD Pedro Ortega (Google DeepMind)
Meta-learning of sequential strategies
Local host: Prof. Dr. Dr. Daniel Alexander Braun
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21.11.2019 Prof. Dr. Mark Greenlee (University of Regensburg)
Multisensory Perception of Self Motion: Psychophysics and Functional Neuroanatomy
Local host: Prof. Dr. Heiko Neumann
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28.11.2019 Dr. Peter Dayan (MPI Tübingen)
Savouring and its Modulation by Prediction Errors
Local host: Prof. Dr. Marc Ernst
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05.12.2019 Prof. Dr. Andreas Bulling (University of Stuttgart)
Everyday Gaze Sensing and Analysis for Cognitive User Interfaces
Local host: Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio
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12.12.2019 Dr. Lewis Chuang (LMU Munich)
Evaluating cognitive ergonomics in human-machine interfaces
Local host: Prof. Dr. Martin Baumann
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19.12.2019 Dr. Nicolai Waniek (Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence)
Spatial navigation in rodents with a transition scale-space, and an outlook to manipulation for robots
Local host: Prof. Dr. Heiko Neumann
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09.01.2020 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Eckehard Steinbach (TU Munich)
Haptic Communication for the Tactile Internet
Host: Dr. Priscilla Balestrucci
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16.01.2020 Prof Dr. Felix Wichmann (Uni Tübingen)
Object recognition in man and machine
Local host: Prof. Dr. Marc Ernst
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23.01.2020 Prof. John van Opstal (U Nijmegen / Donders Institute)
Local host:Timo Oess