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Colloquium talks in past semesters

SoSe 2017

DateSpeakerTitle
19. April

Gary Lupyan
Madison, Wisconsin

Top-down effects of language on perception

25. April

Matthias Müller
Leipzig

Neural dynamics of spatial and feature-based attention in early visual cortex of the human brain

03. May Pierre Jolicoeur
Montreal
The cognitive neuroscience of spatial attention
31. May
Christoph Teufel
Cardiff

The role of visual top-down processing
in feature extraction

06. June

Andrea Desantis
Paris

How action structures perception:
the influence of action-outcome prediction on the perception of sensory events

14. June David Foster
Manchester

Colour vision in the wild

21. June

Mel Goodale
London, Ca

How big is that box?
Differences in size constancy for
perception and action

28. June


Jan Koenderink
Leuven

Koffka Award Lecture

12. July Bilge Sayim
Bern

Crowding and appearance in peripheral vision

17. July


Ulrich Ettinger

Bonn

The dopamine transporter: From molecular imaging and pharmacology to cognition and clinical symptoms

WiSe 2016/17

 

DateSpeakerTitle
11. October

Takeo Watanabe &
Yuka Sasaki
Brown

Roles of attention and reward in perceptual learning

19. October Bart Anderson
Sydney
Coupled computations of shape, illumination, and material
26. October Jan Koenderink
Utrecht/Giessen
Brentano's Plerosis: Points, lines & edges
2. November Maria Olkkonen
Durham

Color memory and color constancy

9. November
Niko Troje
Kingston

Perception of dynamics in human action: kinematics and body shape

22. November

Niko Busch
Münster
Alpha oscillations, excitability, and perceptual bias
30. November Matteo Lisi
Paris
Perceptual and saccadic localization of moving objects

7. December

Christian Frings
Trier

Distractors for a better life! Irrelevant information shapes action regulation

14. December

Andreas Bulling
Saarbrücken

Eye-based user modelling

11. Januar
Wolf Harmening
Bonn

Single cell psychophysics

17. January


Alessandro Moscatelli
Bielefeld
Combining tactile and hand motion: Constancy, priors and perceptual illusions
25. January

Laurent Madelain

Lille

Learning in the eye movement system

31. January

David Franklin

München

Feedforward and feedback learning
in sensorimotor control

1. February

Ilana Nisky

Ben Gurion University

Living in the past – how our brain copes with delayed information?

8. February

Daniel Braun

Tübingen

Biological information-processing principles for sensorimotor learning and decision-making

SoSe 2016

 

DateSpeakerTitle
13. April Flip Philips
Skidmore

Cortical reorganisation following sensory loss: Why?

20. April Elena Azanon
London
Touch, space and the body
27. April Lars Muckli
Glasgow
Visual Predictions in different layers of visual cortex
04. May Susann Fiedler
Bonn

Understanding prosociality through gaze behavior

10. May


Ivan Toni
Nijmegen

Communicative action

31. May


Natalie Sebanz
Budapest

How t(w)o act together: Planning, coordination,
and learning in joint action

01. June Fred Devinck
Rennes
Neural correlates of the watercolor effect
08. June Betty Mohler
Tübingen

Using Virtual Reality to study space and body perception

15. June


Alexander Logvinenko
Glasgow

Color spaces for lights, objects and transparent media

21. June


Ruffin van Rullen
Toulouse

Perceptual cycles and waves

22. June


Vincent Hayward
Paris

The physics of touch shapes the early stages of neural somatosensory processing

29. June


Andrew Meltzoff

Seattle

Koffka Award Lecture

05. July


Martin Eimer

London

Attention and working memory in touch and vision

06. July

Radoslaw Cichy

Berlin

Towards a spatio-temporally resolved and algorithmically explicit account of visual cognition

WiSe 2015/16

 

DateSpeakerTitle
14. October Cheryl Olman
Minessota
Does high-field, high-resolution fMRI offer any advantages for perception research?
21. October Jan Koenderink
Utrecht
Eidolons
28. October Anna Schubö
Marburg
Attentional control in visual search - beyond top down and bottom-up
04. November Dirk Kerzel
Genf

Attentional capture in perception and action

11. November Vebjörn Ekroll
Leuven

Understanding simultaneous colour contrast

18. November Jenny Read
Newcaslte

What neural signal underlies human stereoscopic depth perception?

19. November

Patrick Haggard
London
Multisensory interactions and bodily self-awareness
25. November Sergio  Nascimento
Minho

Seeing colors in nature – what do we learn from spectral imaging

01. December

Michael Wiertlewski
Aix-Marseille

The role of friction in tactile rendering of natural scenes

09. December Annette Werner
Tübingen

Colour ambiguity: what have we learnt from #thedress?

16. December

Mark Wexler

Paris

Persistent states in vision

19. January


Bernhard Hommel

Leiden

The theory of event coding: Representing things, actions, and people

27. January

Bart Krekelberg

Rutgers

Transcranial current stimulation: Myths and mechanisms

03. February

Flavia Filimon

Berlin

Can allocentric spatial reference frames be explained using egocentric mechanisms?
10. February

Huseyin Boyaci

Bilkent

Lightness and its cortical correlates in context

16. February


Pieter Medendorp

Radboud

Multimodal processing in spatial constancy and motor planning

 

SoSe 2015

 

DateSpeakerTitle
15.April Jochen Braun
Magdeburg
Dynamics of visual perception and collective neural activity
22. April Bevil Conway
Wellesley
Processing of color, faces and shapes in monkey visual cortex
29. April Dejan Todorovic
Belgrade
How shape from contours affects shape from shading
06. Mai Joost Dessing
Belfast

Looking into the future; extrapolation for manual interception

27. Mai Claus Christian Carbon
Bamberg

Aesthetic dimensions of perception

03. Juni Baingio Pinna
Sassari, Italy

What is shape? New phenomena in the light of a new approach

17. Juni Arvid Herwig
Bielefeld
Predicting object features across saccades
24. Juni Anja Hurlbert
Newcastle

The Limits of Colour Constancy

30. Juni


Martin Rolfs
Berlin

Active visual memory: The impact of saccades beyond sensory stages of visual encoding

01. Juli Marc Guitart-Masip
Stockholm

Revisiting the role of dopamine in decision-making

01. Juli


Roland  Johansson
Umea

Koffka Award Lecture

08.Juli

 

Jean-Pierre  Bresciani

Fribourg

Perception and control of movement in virtual environments

14.Juli


Karl Friston

London

I am therefore I think

15. Juli

Michael Dorr

München

Visual efficient sensing for the perception-action loop

WiSe 2014/2015

DateSpeakerTitle
29. Oktober Marina Bloj
Bradford
Seeing and remembering colours
12. November Peter Neri
Aberdeen/Paris
Natural scene interpretation controls visual extraction of local image features
19. November Ana Radonjic
Philadelphia
Studying color constancy using natural tasks
26. November Marko Nardini
London/Durham

Learning and the organisation of brain mechanisms for sensory inference during childhood

03. Dezember David Souto
Leicester
Motion interpretation and physical context
21. Januar David Brainard
Philadelphia
Cortical population coding of surface lightness
28. Januar Brian White
Kingston
Visual coding in the superior colliculus: From simple stimuli to natural dynamic scenes
04. Februar Niko Troje
Kingston

Depth ambiguity and perceptual biases in biological motion perception

 

SoSe 2014

DateSpeakerTitle
16. April  Nick Ross
Rutgers
Oculomotor behavior in dynamic scenes and
visuomotor tasks.
23. April  Ben Eppinger
Dresden
Age-related changes in learning and decision-making
30. April  Johan Wagemans
Leuven
Not all Gestalts are equal: The encoding of parts and wholes in the visual cortical hierarchy
7. May  Rob Ennis
Giessen
The geometry of color space
28. May  Roger Cholewiak
Princeton
Vibrotactile pattern perception: Effects of space, place, and age
11. June  Joan López-Moliner
Barcelona
Uncertainty and prediction in timing tasks
18. June  Niko Kriegeskorte
Cambridge
Object vision and population code representation
25. June  Thérèse Collins
Paris
To remap or not to remap: Spatiotopy and oculomotor plasticity
14.July  Elizabeth Spelke
Harvard
- Koffka award lecture -

 

 

WiSe 2013/2014

DateSpeakerTitle
23. October John Greenwood
London
The causes and correlates of individual differences in visual crowding
30. October Axel Kohler
Münster
The Individual Basis of Conscious Visual Perception
6. November  Zili Liu
UCLA
A Bayesian computational approach to understand a visual motion illusion
13. November  Eli Brenner
Amsterdam
Visual limitations in the timing of interception
27. November  Karin Pilz
Aberdeen
Age-related changes in visual motion perception
4. December  Stephen Engel
Minnesota
Long term visual adaptation measured with altered reality
11. December Tom Wallis
Tübingen
Sensitivity to gaze-contingent modifications of naturalistic movies
15. January Constantin Rothkopf
Darmstadt
Perception and action: from receptive fields to value functions
29. January Andrew Stockman
London
Using visible distortion to dissect visual pathways: a common pathway for color and brightness
5. February Andreas Bartels
Tübingen
Colour, motion, and predictive coding in the human brain
12. February Reinhold Kliegl
Potsdam
Eye movements during reading

 

 

SoSe 2013

DateSpeakerTitle
17. April Axel Lindner
Tübingen
Contributions of parietal and premotor cortex to prospective action planning and decision making as revealed by human fMRI
24. April Ian Thornton
Swansea
The Multi-Item Localization (MILO) task
25. April Sunčica Zdravković
Novi Sad
Relevant perceptual conditions and cognitive factors for lightness judgement
22. May Harold Bedell
Houston
Characteristics of foveal contour interaction and crowding
29. May Christoph Schiller
Darmstadt
Mesopic spectral sensitivity functions for the detection of objects

29. May Nils Haferkemper
Darmstadt
Spectral characteristics of the pupil diameter
5. June Erhardt Barth
Lübeck
Efficient visual representations
3. July Ben Kunsberg
Giessen/Yale
From Shading Flow to Surface in a Light Source Invariant Manner
10. July Steven Cholewiak
Giessen
The tipping point: Visual estimation of the physical stability of three-dimensional objects

WiSe 2012/2013

DateSpeakerTitle
17 October Richard Krauzlis
NIH Bethesda
Subcortical control of spatial attention
7 November Mary Hayhoe
Austin
Control of gaze and attention in the context of behavior
14 November Dana Ballard
Austin
Modeling gaze during driving
28 November Felix Wichmann
Tübingen
A neural population code model for human visual pattern detection
5 December Katja Dörschner
Bilkent
Motion, shape and surface material qualities
12 December Anna Montagnini
CNRS Marseille
On the adaptivity of human eye movements to the visual constraints and the task requirements
16 January Markus Janczyk
Würzburg
Action effects as a source of specific interference
23 January Thomas Schenk
Erlangen
What has motor control to do with cognition?
30 January Tandra Ghose
Kaiserslautern
Spatiotemporal interpolation: Perceiving objects that are not present in the stimulus
6 February Angelika Lingnau
Trento
The representation of actions in the human brain
13 February Aarlenne Khan
Kingston
Attention in action

SS 2012

DateSpeakerTitle
11 April Christoph Witzel
Giessen
Categorical perception of color
02 May Roland Fleming
Giessen
Towards a unified theory of 3D shape perception
23 May Matteo Toscani
Giessen
Lightness perception and eye movements
30 May Matteo Valsecchi
Giessen
Contributions of stereo information to the perception of natural scenes
05 June Stefan Everling
London, Canada
Neurophysiology and neuroanatomy of reflexive and voluntary saccades
13 June Bianca Wittmann
Giessen
Motivational modulation of long-term memory
20 June Alexander Schütz
Giessen
Look away - stimulus properties that repel fixation
27 June Jeroen Granzier
Giessen
The effects of different materials on color constancy
04 July Koffka Award Lecture

WS 2011/12

DateSpeakerTitle
26 October Denis Pelli
New York
Visual sensitivity explained
02 November Frans Verstraten
Utrecht
Transparent motion makes adaptation transparent
08 November Pascal Mamassian
Paris
Uncertainty and confidence in visual perception
(Please note: different time and day!)
Tue, 18:15
16 November Zhuanghua Shi
München
Multisensory perception and action
21 November Céline Paeye
Lille
Saccadic adaptation by reinforcement
(Please note: different time and day!)
Mon, 11:30 R 318
30 November Rebekka Lencer
Münster
A model of smooth pursuit eye movements
in psychotic disorders
07 December Tobias Heed
Hamburg
Reference frames for touch in action and perception
14 December Rolland Baddeley
Bristol
Why we look where we do
11 January Lore Thaler
Durham
Echolocation in blind pleople: Brain activitiy and behavior
18 January Peter Wühr
Dortmund
Working-memory as perception-action interface:
Evidence from studies on spatial S-R correspondence
01 February Joshua Solomon
London
Extracting visual statistics from multiple orientations and sizes
08 February Alexander Gail
Göttingen
Selecting among rule-based motor goals

SS 2011

DateSpeakerTitle
20 April Frank Jäkel (Osnabrück) Categorization: from psychology to machine learning and back
27 April Werner Schneider
(Bielefeld)
Shared control processes of covert visual attention, overt eye movements and visual working memory
4 May Jürgen Golz
(Kiel)
Regularities in the chromatic interaction of light and surfaces as cues for colour constancy
18 May Simona Monaco
(Toronto)
Neural substrates involved in processing three-dimensional object properties for grasping
30 May Bart Anderson
(Sydney)
Contour and Surface Completion
8 June Thomas Otto
(Paris)
Noise and correlations in parallel perceptual decision making
15 June Philipp Sterzer
(Berlin)
Ambiguities and conflicts in visual information processing
22 June Concetta Morrone & David Burr
(Pisa)
Koffka-Award-Lecture
29 June Heiner Deubel (München) Attentional landscapes before eye-hand movements
6.July Yves Trotter
(Toulouse)
Neuronal processing of 3D space in primates

WS 2010/2011

DateSpeakerTitle
3 November Stefan Blaschke
(Göttingen)
Orienting Attention in Time in a Time Perception Task: Knowing “when” helps to know “how long”
10 November Alan Johnston
(London)
Visual time perception
17 November Elisabeth Hein
(Paris)
The role of features in object correspondence
24 November Roberta Klatzky
(Pittsburgh)
What is the modality of spatial perception? (Koffka Award Lecture)
1 December Marianne Maeterns
(Berlin)
The perception of brightness and its measurement
8 December Ziad Hafed
(Tübingen)
Neural mechanisms for generating and compensating for the smallest possible saccades
15 December Steve Shevell
(Chicago)
The perception of colors seen in context
19 January Fred Hamker
(Chemnitz)
Peri-saccadic perception
26 January Peter König
(Osnabrück)
On the relation of action & perception
2 February Marc Himmelbach
(Tübingen)
Visual streams - a simple story becomes complex

SS 2010

DateSpeakerTitle
14 April Carsten Bogler
(Leipzig)
Multivariate decoding reveals successive computational stages of saliency processing
28 April Martin Giesel
(Giessen)
The color of stuff: Effects of material on the color appearance of real objects
4 May Stefan Glasauer
(München)
Human behaviour as probabilistic dynamical system
18 May Paul Glimcher
(New York)
The neurobiology of decision
26 May Kurt Debono
(Giessen)
Oculoceptive fields for smooth pursuit eye movements
8 June Ron van Beers
(Amsterdam)
Role of sensory and motor noise in motor learning
22 June Michael Morgan
(London)
Visual geometry and eye movements
29 June Ulrich Ettinger
(München)
Molecular and behavioural genetic studies of oculomotor, cognitive and neuroimaging phenotypes

WS 2009/2010

DateSpeakerTopic
14 October Melissa Vo
(Edinburgh)
The time course of initial scene processing
28 October Lukas Kaim
(Giessen)
Exploratory movement optimization in active touch
4 November Urs Kleinholdermann
(Giessen)
Grasping this and grasping that
11 November Owino Eloka
(Giessen)
Effects of changing object form during grasping movements
18.November Lisa Scocchia
(FIAS Frankfurt)
Crossing the borders of perceptual and motor systems: a psychophysical contribution
25 November Maria Olkkonen
(Philadelphia)
Perception of surface reflectance under real-world illumination
2 December Zhaoping Li
(UC London)
Using eye tracking of gaze shifts to study visual search with or without object recognition
7 December Janette Atkinson
(UC London) und
Oliver Braddick
(Oxford)
Koffka-Award: Visual development
16 December Larissa Albantakis
(Barcelona)
The encoding of alternatives in multiple-choice decision making
13 January Felix Wichmann
(TU Berlin)
Does cognitive science need kernels?
20 January Constantin Rothkopf
(FIAS Frankfurt)
Modeling visuomotor behavior in natural tasks from an optimal control perspective
27 January Thomas Schmidt
(Kaiserslautern)
Criteria for unconscious cognition: Three types of dissociations
3 February Sabine Raphael
(UC San Diego, L-Lab Paderborn)
Rods and cones in the twilight zone

SS 2009

DateSpeakerTopic
22 April Sascha Serwe
(Giessen)
Integrating visual and haptic information
29 April Paul Martin
(Melbourne)
Marmoset color vision: physiology and anatomy
6 May Philipp Urban
(TU Darmstadt)
How to construct a Euclidean color space by distorting a non-Euclidean color space
19 May Antonino Casile
(Tübingen)
A fresh view at the monkey mirror neuron system
27 May Vebjørn Ekroll
(Kiel)
Individual differences as a tool for understanding contextual effects on color perception
3 June Reinhard Lakes-Harlan
(Giessen)
Insect audition and psychophysics
9 June Benjamin Tatler
(Dundee)
Eye movements during scene viewing
17 June Bruno Olshausen
(Berkeley)
Learning to factorize form and motion from natural movies
24 June Casimir Ludwig
(Bristol)
Spatial and temporal properties of saccadic eye movements
30 June Denise Henriques
(Toronto)
Multisensory interactions and recalibration in motor control
8 July Dagmar Wismeijer
(Utrecht)
3D cue combination in spontaneous eye movements
21 July Bevil R. Conway
(Wellesley)
Color mechanisms in macaque extrastriate globs

WS 2008/2009

DateSpeakerTopic
22 October Thomas Schmidt
(Giessen)
Playing with your inner zombie: Perception, attention, and motor control without visual awareness
28 October Manfred Fahle
(Bremen)
Perzeptuelles Lernen
5 November Claes von Hofsten
(Uppsala)
Koffka Award presentation
12 November Laurence Maloney
(New York)
The economics of speeded movement
18 November Uwe Mattler
(Göttingen)
Werden Erwartungen zu Systemen verbunden?
26 November Yazhu Ling
(Newcastle)
A new system of colour preference: sex, culture and age.
2 December Patrick Cavanagh
(Paris; Harvard)
The Coordinates of Attention
9 December Geoff Loftus
(Seattle)
Eyewitness Testimony and the Law: Seeing Things at a Distance
10 December Geoff Loftus
(Seattle)
Hypothesis testing: Curse or abomination?
16 December Uta Wolfensteller
(Leipzig)
Bei rot musst Du was? Die Abbildung von S-R Regeln im Gehirn
14 January Anna Seydell
(Giessen)
Learning to behave optimally in a probabilistic environment.
21 January Daniel Kiper
(Zürich)
Virtual reality and neurorehabilitation
28 January Christian Frings
(Saarbrücken)
Cognitive Inhibition in Perception and Action
4 February David Souto
(Genf)
Attention and target selection for smooth pursuit eye movements
11 February Antje Nuthmann
(Edinburgh)
Fixation duration in scene viewing: Experimental data and computational modeling

SS 2008

DateSpeakerTopic
15 April Robert O'Shea
(Otago, NZ)
Similarities and differences between monocular rivalry and binocular rivalry
16 April Wolfgang Einhäuser-Treyer
(Marburg)
Attention in Real-World Scenes - from Psychophysics to Computational Vision
23 April Michael Dorr
(Lübeck)
Modellierung und Lenkung von Augenbewegungen in natürlichen Szenen
30 April Volker Blanz
(Siegen)
Nachgesichter
6 May Fred Hamker
(Münster)
Peri-saccadic receptive field dynamics
20 May Simone Schütz-Bosbach
(MPI Leipzig)
Gemeinsame Repräsentation von Handlungen und Handlungsattribution
27 May Matthias Bethge
(MPI Tübingen)
Coding of natural images
11 June Tom Freeman
(Cardiff)
Do we have direct access to motion during smooth pursuit eye movement?
18 June Urs Kleinholdermann
(Giessen)
The control of grasping movements
25 June Maria Olkkonen
(Giessen)
Color naming and color constancy

WS 2007/2008

DateSpeakerTopic
17 October Marcus Grüschow
(Leipzig)
Chromatic responses in the human brain
23 October Graham Barnes
(Manchester)
The role of expectancy and volition in predictive and reactive components of smooth pursuit eye movements
31 October Nicola Bruno
(Triest)
Illusions, visual perception, and visually guided action: support for two visual systems or experimental artifact?
7 November Astrid Kappers
(Utrecht)
Visual and haptic perception of space
14 November Marty Banks
(Berkeley)
Koffka award lecture
21 November Benjamin Tatler
(Dundee)
Understanding where we look: what salience can't tell us
27 November Alessandro Farné
(Lyon)
Multisensory perception for action
28 November Laurent Madelain
(Lille)
Control of smooth pursuit and saccades by consequences
5 December Ulrich Ansorge
(Bielefeld)
Contingent capture by color
12 December David Melcher
(Trento)
Trans-saccadic perception
18 December Christina Konen
(Princeton)
Functional characteristics of topographic maps in human posterior parietal cortex
19 December Jeroen Smeets
(Amsterdam)
Grasping inconsistent perception
8 January Silke Schicktanz
(Göttingen)
Das Elend mit dem Ethos: Wie erkennt und behandelt man ethische Problemen bei der Forschung mit Mensch und Tier?
9 January Jochem Rieger
(Magdeburg)
Natural Vision: Neuronal processing and the determination of mental states
16 January Daniel Wollschläger
(Kiel)
The influence of layered scene representations on color appearance
23 January Thomas Schenk
(Durham)
A re-evaluation of the perception/action model by Milner and Goodale
29 January Ferdinand Binkofski
(Lübeck)
Das Spiegelneuronensystem - Physiologie und therapeutische Ansätze
30 January Hauke Heekeren
(Berlin)
Neural Systems involved in human perceptual decision making
5 February Kevin O'Regan
(Paris)
Empirical confirmations of a sensorimotor approach to phenomenal feel
6 February Tom Troscianko
(Bristol)
Colour and illumination in natural scenes

SS 2007

DateSpeakerTopic
18 April Wolf Kienzle
(Tübingen)
A non-parametric model for bottom-up eye movement control
25 April Anna Seydell
(Giessen)
Sensorimotor decision-making in a probabilistic environment
2 May Lukas Kaim
(Giessen)
Signalintegration bei aktiver haptischer Formwahrnehmung unter Variation von Kraft und Geschwindigkeit der exploratorischen Bewegung
9 May Sascha Serwe
(Giessen)
Perception of multi-sensory directional information during goal directed pointing movements
23 May Martin Stritzke
(Giessen)
Eye-hand coordination can be altered by feedback
30 May Maria Olkkonen
(Giessen)
Memory colour effects on colour appearance under various illuminants
5 June Tony Belpaeme
(Plymouth)
Does everyone think about colour in the same way? An argument for language influencing colour category acquisition
6 June Gunther Heidemann
(Stuttgart)
Spatio-chromaticity for computer vision
13 June Constanze Hesse
(Giessen)
Die Nutzung visueller Information bei der Planung und Ausführung von Greifbewegungen
20 June Alexander Schütz
(Giessen)
Contrast sensitivity during the initiation of smooth pursuit eye movements
25 June Martin Giesel
(Giessen)
The influence of chromatic distributions on chromatic discrimination

WS 2006/2007

DateSpeakerTopic
25 October Michael Bach
(Freiburg)
Phenomena and illusions in visual perception
1 November Casper Erkelens (Utrecht) The nature of prediction in smooth pursuit eye movements
8 November Aline Bompas
(Cardiff)
Sensorimotor aspects of color vision
15 November Toni Saarela
(Lausanne)
Spatial and temporal effects in contrast masking
21 November Lucia Vaina
(Boston University)
Impairment on optic flow processing: fMRI and psychophysics
28 November Jan Koenderink
(Utrecht)
Pictorial shape
29 November Andrea van Doorn
(Utrecht)
Pictorial relief for equiluminant images
13 December John-Dylan Haynes
(Leipzig)
"Brain reading": Decoding conscious and unconscious mental states from brain activity in humans
20 December Lore Thaler
(Columbus, Ohio)
Effects of phase on shape perception from texture: Psychophysics and modeling
10 January Philippe Lefèvre
(Louvain)
Why is the cooperation beween saccades and smooth pursuit so important?
17 January Bevil Conway
(Harvard)
Specialized extrastriate modules for color processing?
24 January Jürgen Konczak
(University of Minnesota)
Kinästhetische Wahrnehmung bei Basalganglien-Störungen
31 January Anya Hurlbert
(Newcastle)
Colour constancy and colour memory for real objects
7 February Anna Montagnini
(Marseille)
Smooth pursuit eye movements and perception of motion

SS 2006

DateSpeakerTopic
26 April Klaus Richter
(Berlin)
Unterscheidung von kleinen und grossen Farbabständen und ihr Zusammenhang
17 May Florian Waszak
(Paris)
Two routes to action: Intention-based and stimulus-based mechanisms in action selection
24 May Andrei Gorea
(Paris)
On the relationship between motor and perceptual behaviour – A signal detection theory framework
31 May Andrew Stockman Human cone light adaptation: from behavioral measurements to molecular mechanisms
7 June Pierre Bayerl
(Ulm)
Attention to visual motion - a computational approach
14 June Jan L. Souman
(Tübingen)
Motion perception during smooth pursuit eye movements
21 June Rainer Mausfeld
(Kiel)
Die Organisationsweise von Farbe im Wahrnehmungssystem und die Wahrnehmung von Materialfarben
28 June Boris Velichkovsky
(Dresden)
Studies on Eye Movements, Cognition and Communication
5 July Bruce Bridgeman
(Santa Cruz)
Perception and action in visual orientation
12 July Bill Geisler
(U Texas)
Bayesian Natural Scene Statistics
20 July Michael S. Landy
(NYU)
Discrimination, pattern identification and cortical coding
29 August Sergei Gepshtein
(Brain Science Institute, RIKEN)
The economics of motion perception

WS 2005/2006

DateSpeakerTopic
26 October Michael Niedeggen
(Düsseldorf)
Wie beeinflusst Aufmerksamkeit die visuelle Bewegungswahrnehmung?
2 November Jochen Triesch
(Frankfurt)
Explorations into visual coding and visual memory
9 November Lindsay T. Sharpe What is luminance?
16 November Anna Ma-Wyatt
(Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute)
Visual constraints on motor performance
23 November Ralf Engbert
(Potsdam)
Microsaccades: A microcosm for research in oculomotor control, attention, visual perception
30 November Uwe J. Ilg
(Tübingen)
Augenbewegungen, Bewegungsanalyse und endliche Rechenkapazität
7 December Simon Watt
(University of Wales)
Perceiving depth in virtual scenes: Focus cues do matter
14 December Hannah Smithson
(Durham)
Colour space mapped by the reverse Stroop effect
11 January Dirk Kerzel
(Université de Genève)
Neues vom Fröhlich Effekt
18 January Jochen Müsseler
(Aachen)
Sensorische und motorische Prozesse etablieren den wahrgenommenen Raum: Evidenz durch eine relative Wahrnehmungstäuschung
25 January Christoph Rasche (Zürich) Searching for visual category representations: starting with shape perception
1 February Iain D. Gilchrist
(Bristol)
Control of saccadic eye movements
8 February Tim Ledgeway (Nottingham) Mechanisms of motion perception

SS 2005

DateSpeakerTopic
20 April Kenneth Knoblauch In search of the neural substrate of transparency perception
27 April Colin Clifford
(Sidney)
Coupling of colour and orientation processing in human vision
3 May Josef Zihl
(München)
Zur Neuropsychologie der Blickbewegungen
4 May Daniel Kiper (Zürich) Studying form and color vision using Glass patterns
24 May Petra Stoerig
(Düsseldorf)
TBA
25 May Rufin van Rullen
(Toulouse)
Attention-driven discrete sampling of motion perception
7 June Jean-Rene Duhamel A parieto-frontal network for selective visual attention in non-human primates
8 June Peter De Graef (Leuven) Objects popping out of schemas: Putting object perception back in context
14 June Onur Güntürkün
(Uni Bochum)
Besser den Spatz in der Hand als die Taube auf dem Dach: Wie Neurone subjektive Präferenzen errechnen
15 June Hansjörg Scherberger
(Zürich)
Decoding arm movement plans from cognitive control signals
21 June Eckart Altenmüller
(Hannover)
Music production and perception as emotional communication: neurobiological foundations
6 July Werner X. Schneider (München) On the coupling of selection-for-action an selection-for-perception: Recent studies
20 July Martin S. Banks
(Berkeley)
Why pictures look right when viewed from the wrong place

WS 2004/2005

DateSpeakerTopic
27 October Anne-Marie Brouwer
(Tübingen)
Predicting a ball's landing location: the role of acceleration, expansion and head movement
2 November  Thomas Münte
(Magdeburg)
Irren ist menschlich: neurale Korrelate der menschlichen Fehlerverarbeitung
3 November Nathalie Ziegler
(Giessen)
Laufende Doktorarbeit: Endogene und exogene Aufmerksamkeits-Shifts bei glatten Augenfolgebewegungen
9 November Matthew W. Crocker
(Saarbrücken)
Incremental spoken language understanding in visual contexts: evidence from eye-tracking and a computational model
10 November Jutta Billino und
Lars Pracejus
(Giessen)
Laufende Doktorarbeit: Störungen der visuellen Wahrnehmung: Farbe (Lars Pracejus) und Bewegung (Jutta Billino)
17 November Lindsay Sharpe
(London)
Visual function and the cone photoreceptor mosaic
23 November Stefan Schweinberger
(Glasgow)
Neuronale Repräsentationen von Gesichtern
24 November Knut Drewing
(Giessen)
Integration of cues within active touch
7 December Christian Büchel
(Hamburg)
TBA
8 December Denise de Grave
(Giessen)
Eye and hand movements in the Brentano illusion
14 December Guillaume Masson
(Marseille)
From 1D to 2D via 3D: Surface motion integration for the visual stabilisation of gaze
15 December Marc O. Ernst
(Tübingen)