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Research Colloquium

Winter Term 2017-18, Wednesday (12-14, 18-20)

18.10.2017

Organisator: Prof. Hermann J. Müller
Raum:3232 (Leopoldstr. 13)

 

Winter Semester 2017

Week

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

1

18/10

NCP Reception

2

25/10

Dejan Draschkow

UoFrankfurt

Detecting. Searching. Building. How visual long-term memories are influenced by natural tasks, scene context and object interaction MS

3

1/11

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4

8/11

Simon Hanslmayr

UoBirmingham

Searching for memory in brain waves - The synchronization/desynchronization conundrum PS

5

15/11

Bahador Bahrami

UCL/LMU

Exerting social influence

Time: 12:15 - 13:45pm

HM

6

22/11

Dirk Kerzel

UoGeneva

Attentional capture and attentional suppression in behavior and electrophysiology RL

7

29/11

Ophelia Deroy

LMU

Is metacognition a common currency across modalities? HM

8

6/12

Wolfgang Pauli

CalTech

The human subcortical striatum represents a cognitive map of Pavlovian contingencies PS

9

13/12

Anna Schubö

UoMarburg

Selection history and attentional selection HM

10

20/12

John-Dylan Haynes

BCCN Berlin

What exactly does neuroscience contribute to solving the problem of free will?

NCP DAY

RL

11

10/01

Celine Gillebert

UoLeuven

Neuropsychological assessment of attentional priorities MH

12

17/01

Katja Fiehler

UoGießen

Visuo-spatial attention in eye and hand movement planning TS

13

24/01

Myriam Sander

MPIB Berlin

Age-related changes in working memory and episodic memory JN

14

31/01

Wolfgang Einhäuser-Treyer

UoChemnitz

Ambiguity and attention in the real world HD

 

Summer Semester 2017

Week

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

2

3/5

Heiko Schütt

(Tübingen)

Modelling scanpaths in scene viewing: Including early visual processing and likelihood-based evaluation

Time: 12.15 pm

HJM

2

3/5

Pawel Herman

(KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, SE)

Neural oscillatory correlates of working memory: cortical network model and experimental evidence

Time: 18.00 pm

PS

3

10/5

Peter van der Helm

(University of Leuven, BE)

The cognitive architecture of perceptual organization

Time: 18:00 pm

MC

4

17/5

Alexandre Pouget

(University of Geneva, CH)

The agony of choice: Optimal policies for value-based decision making

Time: 12.15 pm

ZS/FA

4

17/5

Dirk Wentura

(University of Saar-land/Saarbrücken)

Automatic processing of evaluative stimuli
Time: 18.00 pm

RL

6

31/05

Ineke Fengler

(University of Hamburg)

Audio-visual interactions in congenitally deaf cochlear implant users

Time: 18.00 pm

ZS

6

31/05

Martin Fischer

(University of Potsdam)

Embodied numerical condition
Time: 12.15 pm

HJM

7

07/06

Wilfried Kunde

(University of Würzburg)

Effect-based Action Control
Time: 12.15 pm

TS

8

14/06

Daphne Bavelier

(University of Geneva, CH)

Learning and transfer: Lessons from action video games

Time: 18.00 pm

Julia
Föcker

9

21/06

Nele Demeyere

(University of Oxford, UK)

Executive and spatial attention impairments: dissociations and lesion-symptom mapping

Time: 18.00 pm

Marlen 
Haupt 

10

28/06

Werner X Schneider

(University of Bielefeld)

Competitive visual processing within and across eye fixations

Time: 18.00 pm

HD

11

05/07

Torsten Schubert

(University of Halle)

Practice and training effects on cognitive control On interference and task control in multitasking.

Time: 18.00 pm

HJM

12

12/07

Franziska Günther

(LMU Anglistik)

Reading Haiku: An eye movement study Time: 12.15 pm

TG

12

12/07

Natalie Sebanz

(Budapest, H)

Integrating self and other in perception and action

(Cancelled)

SSB

13

19/07

Simone Cutini

(University of Padova, I)

Optical imaging in brain sciences: challenges and perspectives

Time: 18.00 pm

TT

14

26/07

No Foko

 

2016 Winter Semester

Week

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

2

26/10

Pascal Fries

Ernst-Stüngmann Institute, Frankfurt

Rhythms for cognition: Communication through coherence

PS

3

2/11

Elisabeth Stoettinger

University of Waterloo, CA

Rerepsentational updating - Evidence from brain-damaged patients, children, and healthy individuals

TS

4

9/11

Anton Sirota

Neurobiology LMU

Exporatory behavior as a selective attention basis for hippocampal learning

HM

6

23/11

Christian Frings

University of Trier

Distractors for a better life! Irrelevant information shapes action regulation

HM

7

30/11

Stephen Monsell

University of Exeter, UK

tba

TT

8

7/12

Nikolai Axmacher

University of Bochum

The fate of the human engram

[time 12:15, room tba!]

RL

9

14/12

Francoise Vitou

CNRS Marseille, France

tba

[time 14:00, room tba!]

HD

11

11/01

Martin Szinte

Psychology, LMU

Perceiving a stable world through the predictive allocation of attention

HD

12

18/01

Volker Franz

University of Tübingen

Unconscious lie detection as an example of a widespred fallacy in the Neurosciences

TS

13

25/01

Joseph Brooks

University of Kent at Canterbury, UK

More than mere association: Unifying Gestalt ideas of perceptual grouping and figure-ground organisation

MC

14

1/02

Klaus Oberauer

University of Zürich, CH

An interference model of visual working memory

TT

2016 Summer Semester

 

Week

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

2

20/04

Andreas VOSS (U. Heidelberg)

New directions in Diffusion-Modelling: Fitting Data from Slow-Decision Tasks

RL

3

27/04

Stephan de la ROSA (CIN Tübungen)

Action and perception in social interactions

SSB

4

04/05

Uta NOPPENEY (Birmingham UK)

USee what you hear – Constructing a representation of the world across the senses.

ZS

5

11/05

Markus SIEGEL (CIN Tübingen)

Spectral fingerprints of neuronal interactions

PS

6

18/05

7

25/05

Laura Busse

How does associative learning shape sensory processing in visual cortex (Time: 12.15 noon!)

HM

8

1/06

Krista OVERVLIET (U. Hamburg)

Perceptual grouping and shape perception in haptics

LA

9

08/06

Arthur JACOBS (FU Berlin)

Neurocognitive Poetics: Models and Methods (Time: 12.15 noon!)

HM

10

15/06

Constanze HESSE (Aberdeen, UK)

Using vision for action: Insights from both healthy and impaired brains

TS

11

22/06

Tiziana ZALLA

Socio-emotional processing in autism spectrum condition

DV

12

29/06

Tomas Knapen (VU Amsterdam, NL)

Brain dynamics underlying transitions in perceptual awareness during bistable perception

HD

13

06/07

Andrea KIESEL (U. Freiburg)

It is not only words - exploring instructed stimulus-response associations

TT

14

13/07

No seminar

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Organizer: Prof. Hermann J. Müller
Room:3232 (Leopoldstr. 13)
Time: 18:00-20:00 (exception: Dec 9th: 12:15h in room 2401)

Week

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

1

14/10

NCP welcome reception

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2

21/10

Cees van Leeuwen

U o Leuven, B

What is it like, for the brain to be a dynamical system

MC

3

28/10

Sebo Uithol

Universita di Parma, I

On the causal origins of intentional action

MP

4

4/11

Pascal Mamassian

École des Neurosc., Paris, F

Uncertainty and confidence in cross-modal perception

ZS

5

11/11

Uta Noppeney

U o Birmingham, UK

See what you hear – Constructing a representation of the world across the senses

ZS

6

18/11

Pieter Medendorp

U o Nijmegen, NL

Reference frames in visual stability and action selection

HD

7

25/11

Simone Schütz-Bosbach

LMU München, D

Tba

HM

8

2/12

Stefan van der Stigchel

U o Utrecht, NL

Attentional allocation before and after saccades

HD

9

9/12

Daniel Smith

U o Durham, UK

“Lunchtime” talk at 12:15 in room 2401

Attention within and beyond the range of eye-movements

TS

10

16/12

Paul Bays

U o Cambridge, GB

Precision and binding in visual working memory

Jet

11

23/12

No seminar

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12

13/01

Melissa Vo

U o Frankfurt, D

Reading scenes: How scene grammar guides attention and perception in real-world environments

TG

13

20/01

Andrea Kiesel

U o Freiburg, D

It is not only words - exploring instructed stimulus-response associations

TT

14

27/01

No seminar

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15

3/02

Markus Siegel

U o Tübingen, D

Spectral fingerprints of neuronal interactions

PS

2015 Summer Semester

Week

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

1 15/04   not available  
2 22/04 Erik van der Burg (UoSidney, AU) Evolving the stimuli to fit the brain HD
3 29/04 Routie Kimchi(UoHaifa, IL) Perceptual organization and visual attention MC
4 06/05 Kimron Shapiro(UoBirmingham, UK) Visual attention ... meet working memory: It's about time PS
5 13/05 Thomas Habekost(UoCopenhagen, DK) TVA- (Theory of Visual Attention-) based patient studies KF
6 20/05 not available
7 27/05 Rob van der Lubbe (UoTwente, NL) Lateralized power spectra of the EEG to index visuospatial attention, visual short term memory, nociceptive spatial attention, and changes in spatial attention due to a mindfulness based stress reduction training TT 
8 03/06 Salvador Soto-Faraco(UoBarcelona, CAT/SP) tba ZS/TG
9 10/06 12.15h, room 3232 Tobias Heed(UoHamburg)  From coordinate transformation to spatial integration in sensorimotor processing TG
10 17/06 Andreas Bartels(MPI Biolog. Cyberntcs, Tübingen) Parietal function and predictive coding   
11 24/06 (room 3232) Tim Andrew(UoYork, UK)  Can low-level properties of images predict category-selective patterns of neurol response in the ventral visual pathway? TS
12

01/07 (room 3232)

Thomas Schenk(LMU München)  From vision to action  
13 08/0712.15h, #3232 Thierry Chaminade
(CNRS-AMU, Marseille, FR)
 
Using artificial agents to study the neural bases of social cognition

AW
13 08/07 (room 3232) Edgar Erdfelder(U.o.Mannheim) Why does sleep improve memory? Stochastic modeling of cognitive processes underlying the sleep benefit in episodic memory. HJM
14 15/07  Date not available
Date not available