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Winter term 2019/20

When & Where Speaker Title Materials Host
15.10.2019, Gießen Welcome new German IRTG students

22.10.2019 No seminar (SfN)

29.10.2019 Doug Munoz Lecture

05.11.2019 Jonathan Cant, University of Toronto Scarborough Role of ensemble processing in human visual cognition paper

12.11.2019 Gunnar Blohm Lecture
&
Intro Martin Lotze (Lars)


19.11.2019, Gießen Martin Lotze, Universität Greifswald Functional representation of long-term motor training in healthy individuals and after cerebral stroke Lars
26.11.2019,
Marburg
Alexander Schütz Lecture
&
Intro Daniel Senkowski (Jakob)


03.12.2019, Marburg Daniel Senkowski, Charité Berlin The role of neural oscillations for multisensory processing in healthy individuals and people with schizophrenia paper 1

paper 2

paper 3
Jakob
10.12.2019 Denise Henriques Lecture
&
Intro Hermann Müller (Raphael)


17.12.2019, Gießen Hermann Müller, JLU Gießen Neural Correlates of Predictive Error Perception paper 1

paper 2
Raphael
07.01.2020 No seminar

14.01.2020 Doug Crawford Lecture

21.01.2020 Jody Culham Lecture
&
Intro Lars Meyer (Miriam)
28.01.2020,
Marburg
Dr. Lars Meyer, MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig The role of slow-frequency neural oscillations in language comprehension Miriam
04.02.2020 Niko Troje  Lecture

Intro Ragnhild Eg (Lukas)


11.02.2020,
Marburg
Ragnhild Eg, Kristiania College Oslo Adversarial interactions in multisensory perception Lukas
18.02.2020 Laurence Harris Lecture

Sommer term 2019

When & Where Speaker Title Materials Host

30.04.2019

Intro Sauseng + Intro Welsh
07.05.2019
Marburg
Paul Sauseng,
Department of Psychology
Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich
It's swinging in the brain: how slow brain rhythms might control working memory processes paper 1

paper 2

Recording
Constanze Schmitt

14.05.2019

Tim Welsh
(York)
Attention, decisions and action paper

Recording
Ambika Bansal

21.05.2019
Annual meeting of the Vision Science Society - VSS

28.05.2019
Intro Scott Adler (York) + Rita

4.06.2019

Scott Adler
(York)

Development in attention and eye movement

Recording Annalise D'Souza

11.06.2019

Annual meeting of the Center for Vision Research - CVR

18.06.2019

IRTG Retreat

25.06.2019

Paulina Cuevas Intro Hunt + 1 Introductory talk Analyzing language with MRI Illja Wagner
02.07.2019
Marburg
Amelia Hunt,
School of Psychology
University of Aberdeen

Choice and Consequence in Eye Movements and Beyond paper 1

paper 2

Recording
Illja Wagner
09.07.2019 Fabio Lu Intro Maiello + 1 Introductory talk  Reference Frames and Spatial Relations Lina Klein

16.07.2019

Guido Maiello
(JLU)
Eyes and hands: Eye-hand coordination and grasping in 3D paper 1

paper 2

Recording
Lina Klein

Winter term 2018/19

When & Where
Speaker Title Materials Host
16.10.2018 Tom Professional development Recording Queen's
Students
23.10.2018
Marburg
Benjamin
Adrian
Introductory talk on Movement Primitives and Electrophysiological recodrings in NHP
30.10.2018 Hossein
Harun
Introduction of the next weeks' speakers

06.11.2018
Marburg
Giacomo Nevembre
University College, London
Rethinking saliency: from perception to (re)Action
Paper

Hossein
13.11.2018
Giessen

Thomas Wolbers
University of Magdeburg
Spatial Navigation - a unique window into mechanisms of ageing and dementia Paper 1
Paper 2

Recording
Harun
20.11.2018 tba Introduction of the next weeks' speakers

Paper
27.11.2018
York
Erez Freud
York University
Object recognition - A tale of two pathways
Recording
04.12.2018
York
Marcus Watson
York University
Gaze and choice behaviour during multidimensional learning
Recording
11.12.2018
Giessen
Jonny

Fabio
Introduction of the next week's Speaker

Introductory talk on 2-stream model of vision in pictorial and visual Scenes
18.12.2018
Giessen

Philippe Lefevre
Université catholique de Louvain
"Short-term memory and visual signals contribute to saccade-pursuit synergy" Recording


Jonny
15.01.2019
Giessen

Rita
Gloria
Introduction of the next weeks' Speakers Giessen
22.01.2019
Western
Michael Barnett-Cowan
University of Waterloo
“Perception and Action in Virtual Environments” Estimating the sensorimotor components of cybersickness

Recording

Rita
30.01.2019
Giessen
Room F341a
Meike Ramon
University of Fribourg
Super-recognizers in criminal investigation - hype or hope?


Familiarity matters: A review on prioritized
processing of personally familiar faces

All new kids on the block? Impaired holistic
processing of personally familiar faces in a
kindergarten teacher with acquired prosopagnosia

Recording

Gloria
05.02.2019
Marburg
Room +4/90150,
Klinik für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie,
Rudolf-Bultmann-Straße 8,
35039 Marburg
Lina
Mareike
Introductory talk fMRI


12.02.2019
Queen’s
Sophie Kenny Career Path talk, Staff Scientist, ViPixx Technologies Inc. Recording
19.02.2019
Queen’s
Julia Professional development Recording

If not noted otherwise, seminars are scheduled for 18.00h to 20.00h (CET).

Seminars in Marburg (talks by invited guest speakers) take place in: Kleiner Hörsaal (Lecture Hall) Renthof 5, 35037 Marburg

Seminars in Marburg Ortenberg (broadcasts and introductory talks) take place in: Ernst-Kretschmer-Konferenzraum, room number: +4/90650, Klinik für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie, Rudolf-Bultmann-Straße 8, 35039 Marburg

Seminars in Giessen take place in: Phil I, Otto- Behaghel-Str. 10, Room F9