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.

05.05.2022

Sukran Karaosmanoglu, Tom Weber (CogSys Alumni)
Title: My brain has too many tabs open: PhD after the Cognitive Systems Master
Local host: Prof. Dr. Heiko Neumann

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12.05.2022 Prof. Dr. John Tsotsos (York University, Canada)
Title: Active Observers and Visual Intelligence
Local host: Prof. Dr. Heiko Neumann
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19.05.2022 Res.Assist.Prof. Dr. Yohan John (Boston University, USA)
How the amygdala can act as an "emotional gatekeeper": a computational perspective
Local host: Prof. Dr. Heiko Neumann
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26.05.2022 * Ascension Day *  
02.06.2022 Prof. Dr. Martin V. Butz (University of Tubingen)
Potential pathways to strong AI
Local host: Prof. Dr. Heiko Neumann
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09.06.2022 Dr. Jörg Stückler (MPI for Intelligent Systems, Tubingen)
Embodied Vision
Local host: Prof. Dr. Dr. Daniel Braun
 
16.06.2022 * Corpus Christi *  
23.06.2022 Prof. Dr. Christian Leibold (University of Freiburg)
Hippocampal Sequences: A Dynamical Perspective on Encoding (preliminary)
Local host: Prof. Dr. Heiko Neumann
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30.06.2022

Prof. Dr. Dr. Markus Raab (German Sport University Cologne)
Embodied Cognition (preliminary title)
Local host: Prof. Dr. Cornelia Herbert

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07.07.2022 Prof. Dr. Mark Vollrath (TU Braunschweig)
Title: How to behave as an automatic car so that humans like them - and why this question?
Host: Prof. Dr. Martin Baumann
 
14.07.2022 Jun.-Prof. Dr. Tiare Feuchtner (University of Konstanz)
Title: tba
Local host: Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio
 
21.07.2022

Dr. Pascal Bercher
Title: Hierarchical Planning and Reasoning about Partially Ordered Plans – From Theory to Practice
Local host: Prof. Dr. Birte Glimm

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