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Colloquium

Current Topics in Perception and Cognition – WiSe 2022/23

 

The talks will take place at 10 am in lecture room 012 (Alter Steinbacher Weg 44) or online unless otherwise stated.

IRTG talks are Tuesdays at 4pm or 6 pm. Invitations will be sent by email a few days before the talk. If you want to attend a particular talk, please send an email to:

 

Date Speaker Title
19. October

Angela Yu

 Angela Yu

 UCSD, TU Darmstadt

 

Computational models for visual perception

 

-- Cancelled --

25. October
Tuesday
IRTG
4 pm

Erich Schröger

 Erich Schröger

 Leipzig

 

Generative mental models of hearing

26. October

Vassilia Hatzitaki

 Vassilia Hatzitaki

 Thessaloniki

 

Postural tracking of predictable and complex visual motion cues: Implications for visuomotor learning
01. November
Tuesday
IRTG
4 pm
ONLINE

Monika Harvey

 Monika Harvey

 Glasgow

 

Spatial attention changes across the lifespan

02. November

Bevil Conway

 Bevil Conway

 NIH, Bethesda

 

Principles of Neuroscience in Color
08. November
Tuesday
IRTG
6 pm
ONLINE
 

Jeannette Bohg

 Jeannette Bohg

 Stanford

 

The challenges of robot learning for manipulation of deformables
09. November

 

 

Dimitris Mylonas

 Dimitris Mylonas

 Northeastern Univ London

 

Augmenting colour communication within and across languages
09. November
5 pm
ONLINE

Joy Geng

 Joy Geng

 UC Davis

 

Rethinking the target template in visual search: the role of learned expectations

16. November

Claudia Lunghi

 Claudia Lunghi

 ENS Paris

 

Neuroplasticity, and the search for better vision

22. November
Tuesday
IRTG
4 pm
ONLINE

Joy Geng

 Neil Burgess

 London

 

Neural Mechanisms of Spatial Memory and Navigation

23. November

Pascal Mamassian

 Pascal Mamassian

 ENS Paris

 

Confidence and aesthetics judgments in visual perception
29. November
Tuesday
IRTG
4 pm
ONLINE

Joy Geng

 Vera Schlüssel

 Bonn

 

Orientation strategies and spatial memory in sharks and stingrays

30. November

Kristine Krug

 Kristine Krug

 Magdeburg

 

Probing the neural processes that underlie perceptual decisions by primates

14. December

Paola Binda

 Jolande Fooken

 Queens Univ

 

Acting while perceiving: Adaptive eye-hand coordination in multi-tasking
11. January

Thomas Wallis

 Thomas Wallis

 Darmstadt

 

Scene understanding and scene appearance

16. January
Monday
CMBB
6 pm
MARBURG

Philipp Sterzer

 Philipp Sterzer

 Charite, Berlin

 

The predictive coding account of psychosis

17. January
Tuesday
IRTG
4 pm
ONLINE

Joy Geng

 Daniel Lakens

 Eindhoven

 

Proving Yourself Wrong: How to Design Informative Studies

18. January
ONLINE

Nico Bunzeck

 Nico Bunzeck

 Lübeck

 

Novelty processing and the effects of learning across the lifespan
24. January
Tuesday
IRTG
4 pm
ONLINE

Joy Geng

 Craig Chapman

 Edmonton

 

Gaze and Movement Analysis (GaMA) in Real and Virtual Worlds

25. January

Jolyon Troscianko

 Jolyon Troscianko

 Exeter

 

Using online gaming experiments to study camouflage
01. February

Sharon Gilaie-Dotan

 Sharon Gilaie-Dotan

 Bar Ilan

 

Physical stimulus dimensions, memory and memorability during naturalistic encoding
07. February
Tuesday
IRTG
4 pm
ONLINE

Joy Geng

 Joo-Hyun Song

 Providence

 

How does action training affect perception and cognition?

08. February

 

Anke Huckauf

 Anke Huckauf

 Ulm

 

What Gaze tells us: perceptual, cognitive, and social functions
08. February
4 pm
MARBURG

Joy Geng

 Eckart Zimmermann

 Düsseldorf

 

How action trains perception

 

* titles in italics are preliminary
Colloquium talks in past semsters