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Dimitris Voudouris, Ph.D.

  

Dimitris Voudouris

Postdoctoral researcher

Room 346, Building F2
Telephone: +49 (0)641 99 26132
Fax: +49 (0)641 99 26119

My work focuses on aspects related to human sensorimotor control, such as somatosensory processing on moving limbs and eye movements for action. These lead me to investigate sensorimotor predictions in hand movements, gaze during grasping, and fast responses to visual perturbations. Besides that, I also have a keen interest in postural control in young and older adults.

 

Scientific Training & Education

 

Since 05/2014

 

Postdoctoral researcher

Prediction in somatosensory signals during hand movements

Department of Psychology, Justus Liebig University Giessen

with Prof. Katja Fiehler

 

04/2019 - 07/2019

Replacement Professor (of Prof. Katja Fiehler)

Group Perception & Action

Department of Psychology, Justus Liebig University Giessen

 

11/2012 – 05/2014

Postdoctoral researcher

Eye movements in human grasping control

Department of Human Movement Sciences, Vrije University Amsterdam

with Prof. Jeroen Smeets & Dr Eli Brenner

 

01/2010 – 02/2010

Visiting researcher

Brain activation patterns of different grasping actions

School of Psychology, Royal Holloway University of London

with Prof. Andrew Smith

 

11/2008 – 11/2012

Ph.D. candidate

Thesis: The end (of grasping movements)

Department of Human Movement Sciences, Vrije University Amsterdam

with Prof. Jeroen Smeets & Dr Eli Brenner

 

06/2007

M.Sc. - Physical Education and Quality of Life

Thesis: Effects of ageing when avoiding moving obstacles

Department of Physical Education & Sports Sciences, Aristotle University Thessaloniki

with Prof. Vassilia Hatzitaki

 

07/2005

B.Sc. - Physical Education and Sports Sciences

Department of Physical Education & Sports Sciences, Aristotle University Thessaloniki

 

Publications


  • Klever L, Voudouris D, Fiehler K, Billino J (2019) Age effects on sensorimotor predictions: What drives increased tactile suppression during reaching? Journal of Vision, 19(9): 9. Link
  • Voudouris D, Broda MD, Fiehler K (2019) Anticipatory grasping control modulates somatosensory perception. Journal of Vision, 19(5): 4. Link
  • Voudouris D, Smeets JBJ, Fiehler K, Brenner E (2018) Gaze when grasping a glass. Journal of Vision, 18(8): 16. Link
  • Gertz H, Fiehler K, Voudouris D (2018) The role of visual processing on tactile suppression. PLoS ONE, 13(4): e0195396Link
  • Voudouris D, Fiehler K (2017) Spatial specificity of tactile enhancement during reaching. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 79(8): 2424-2434. Link
  • Gertz H, Voudouris D, Fiehler K (2017) Reach-relevant somatosensory signals modulate tactile suppression. Journal of Neurophysiology, 117(6): 2262-2268. Link
  • Voudouris D, Fiehler K (2017) Enhancement and suppression of tactile signals during reaching. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 43(6): 1238-1248. Link, pdf
  • Voudouris D, Goettker A, Mueller S, Fiehler K (2016) Kinesthetic information facilitates saccades towards proprioceptive-tactile targets. Vision Research, 122: 73-80. Link
  • Voudouris D, Smeets JBJ, Brenner E (2016) Fixation biases towards the index finger in almost-natural grasping. PLoS ONE, 11(1): e0146864. Link
  • Roche K, Verheij R, Voudouris D, Chainay H, Smeets JBJ (2015) Grasping an object comfortably: orientation information held in memory. Experimental Brain Research, 233(9): 2663-2672Link
  • Voudouris D, Smeets JBJ, Brenner E (2013) Ultra-fast selection of grasping points. Journal of Neurophysiology, 110(7): 1484-1489. Link
  • Voudouris D, Radhakrishnan S, Hatzitaki V, Brenner E (2013) Does postural stability affect grasping? Gait & Posture, 38(3): 477-482. Link
  • Voudouris D, Smeets JBJ, Brenner E (2013) Do obstacles affect the selection of grasping points? Human Movement Science, 31(5): 1090-1102. Link
  • Voudouris D, Smeets JBJ, Brenner E (2012) Do humans prefer to see their grasping points? Journal of Motor Behavior, 44(4): 295-304. Link
  • Voudouris D, Brenner E, Schot WD, Smeets JBJ (2010) Does planning a different trajectory influence the choice of grasping points? Experimental Brain Research, 206(1): 15-24. Link
  • Hatzitaki V, Voudouris D, Nikodelis T, Amiridis IG (2009) Visual feedback training improves postural adjustments associated with moving obstacle avoidance in elderly women. Gait & Posture, 29(2): 296-299. Link

 

Teaching


  • Introduction to programming in MATLAB (Bachelor and Master seminar)
  • Hand movement analysis (workshop for PhD candidates)
  • Psychophysics in tactile perception (workshop for Master students)
  • Supervision of bachelor and master theses


I have also taught:

  • Perception & action (Master seminar)
  • Cognitive processes in perception & action (Master seminar)

 

Team member in the project mentioned below


  • DFG-(Grant) SFB/TRR 135: Predictive visual and somatosensory signals during hand and eye movements