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.

26.10.2023 Prof. Dr. Jochen Braun (University of Magdeburg)
Title: The fundamental mechanism of perception: intrinsically active circuitsfor continous inference
Local host: Prof. Dr. Dr. Daniel Braun
 
09.11.2023 Li Zhaoping (University of Tübingen)
Title: Central-peripheral dichotomy (CPD): multisensory orienting and recognition across animal species
Local host: Prof. Dr. Anke Huckauf
 
23.11.2023 Dr. Nina Gaißert (Festo)
Title: Innovation is the key towards sustainable industries
Local host: Prof. Dr. Marc Ernst
 
07.12.2023 Laurence Harris (York University, Canada)
Title: Perceiving acceleration underwater, in your kitchen, in bed, and in space
Local host: Prof. Dr. Marc Ernst
 
21.12.2023

Alexander Binder (SIT Singapore)
Title: Explainable Machine Learning with Applications in Histopathology and other Imaging data.
Local host: Institute

 
18.01.2024 Marius Klug (TU Cottbus)
Title: Intuitive XR - Physiological unser-interfaces for interactive virtual worlds
Local host: Prof. Dr. Martin Baumann
 
01.02.2024 Jochen Triesch (FIAS, Frankfurt)
Title: Intuitive XR - Physiological user-interfaces for interactive virtual worlds
Local host: Prof. Dr. Heiko Neumann
 
15.02.2024  TBA
Title: TBA
Local host: Prof. Dr. Dr. Daniel Braun