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Summer term 2018
When Where Speaker Title Materials      Host
10.04.2018 Gießen Florian Bayer

Alexander
Career path talk (Carl Zeiss).

Introduction of the next weeks' speakers (Markus Lappe)
Recording Katja
17.04.2018

12.15 h 

Gießen

Room E6

Markus Lappe

Saccadic adaptation and visual perception.

Recording Alexander
24.04.2018 GI/MR DCs from Queens University Professional Development

Recording Gunnar
01.05.2018
Holiday



08.05.2018
GI/MR
Lukas
Ben
Introduction of the next weeks' speakers (Clare Press, Martin Pare) Recording
15.05.2018 Marburg Clare Press

Birbeck University, London
The influence of action predictions on perception: Contrasting facilitation and cancellation models. Paper 1
Paper 2
Recording

Lukas
22.05.2018


VSS



29.05.2018 GI/MR Martin Pare

Queen's University, CA
Neural correlates of visual working memory in the macaque monkey.

Paper
Recording
Ben
05.06.2018 Marburg Benjamin
Shanaa

Introduction of the next week's speaker (Katja Mombaur, Hannah Block)



Recording
12.06.2018
Marburg Katja Mombaur

University of Heidelberg

Optimal control of humanoid motion.

Paper



Benjamin

19.06.2018
GI/MR Hannah Block

Indiana University, Bloomington, US

Motor cortex effects of recalibrating visuo-proprioceptive estimates of hand position

Paper

Shanaa
26.06.2018 Glashütten Parisa


IRTG Retreat and

introduction of the next week's speaker (Jeroen Smeets)




03.07.2018 Gießen Hanna Gertz Career path talk (Forschungsreferentin Leibniz Gemeinschaft)


Paper

Katja
10.07.2018 Gießen Jeroen Smeets

Free University, NL
Synergies in grasping

Paper 1
Paper 2

Recording
 Parisa

Winter term 2017/18
When Where Speaker Title Materials      Host
07.11.2017 Meaghan
Lukas Uhlmann
Introductory talks on Multisensory Perceptcion and Agency Link
14.11.2017 Özlem Sensoy
Benjamin

Introductory talks on underlying theories and concepts of preferential looking and reaching in infancy and Bayesian Model Comparison

Recording
21.11.2017 Tom
Vishal Bharmauria
Introduction of next week's speakers (Patrick Canvanagh & Daniel Smith).
28.11.2017 Giessen Daniel Smith

Durham University (GB)
What is the role of the oculomotor system in covert spatial attention? Paper 1
Recording

Tom
04.12.2017
Marburg
18 h ct
Room 001
Sprachatlas
Pilgrimstein 16
Douglas Munoz A brain circuit for pupil orienting responses: implications for cognitive modulation of pupil size
05.12.2017 Patrick Cavanagh

York University , Newslink
"Where" Paper 1
Paper 2
Recording
Vishal
12.12.2017 Maria
Hossein

Introduction of the next week's speaker (Joseph Desouza)
Introductory talk on neurophysiological correlates of joint action

Recording 1
Recording 2
19.12.2017 Joseph Desouza

York University
Motor learning in the real world in experts and people with Parkinson's disease Paper 1
Paper 2
Recording
09.01.2018 Introduction of the next week's speakers (Sonja Gruen, Anthony Atkinson)

23.01.2018
Anthony Atkinson

Durham University
Effective Connectivity Between Nodes of the Action Observation Network Supports Unterstanding of Emotional Actions Paper 1
Paper 2

Recording
Julia
Bachmann
30.01.2018
Chad

Introduction of the next week's speaker (Mathias Hegele)

06.02.2018 Gießen Mathias Hegele

Gießen Unversity
The Aging Mind in Small Motion: A window into age-related changes in sensorimotor learning

Paper

Recording
Chad
13.02.2018 Gießen Tutis Vilis

Western University
Survival Skills for Graduate Students and PostDocs



Recording

27.02.2018   Regina Rini Ethical Consideration in Neuroscience Research

Recording  
06.03.2018   Simon Landry Tips for Knowledge Translation

Recording  



Summer term 2017
When Where Speaker Title Materials      Host
18.04.2017 Marburg Mareike Pazen
Lina Klein


Jing Chen
Discussion of IRTG qualification program and onsite review


Introduction of next week's speaker.



25.04.2017 Gießen Mathias Müller

University of Leipzig

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

Recording
Jing Chen
02.05.2017 tba Julia Bachmann

Introduction of the next week's speaker

09.05.2017 Gießen Beatrice de Gelder

Maastricht University
Talk postponed Julia Bachmann
16.05.2017 Marburg Lina Klein
Fabio Lu
Mareike Pazen
Adrian Schütz
Project update talks

23.05.2017 Gießen Özlem Sensoy
Tom Nissens
Julia Bachmann
Dennis Koch
Project update talks Recording
30.05.2017 tba Ezgi Arikan
Mareike Pazen

Introduction of the next week's speaker

06.06.2017 Marburg Andrea Desantis

Université Paris Descartes
How action structure perception: the influence of action-outcome prediction on the perception of sensory events

Paper 1
Paper 2

Recording
Ezgi Arikan
Mareike Pazen
13.06.2017 tba Gießen Preparation of onsite review
Practice talks, Anna Heuer & Jing Chen

20.06.2017 Marburg Doug Crawford

York University Toronto

Visuomotor Transformations: a multimodal perspective





21.06.2017 Gießen Mel Goodale

Western University
23.06.2017
11.30 h
Marburg
Deutscher Sprachatlas
Pilgrimstein 16
EG 001
Scott Murdison

Oculus VR Research
Career path

27.06.2017
No Seminar

04.07.2017 Gießen Özlem Sensoy
Julia Bachmann
Introduction of the next week's speakers



Paper 1
Paper 2
11.07.2017 Gießen Michael Kavsek

Bonn University

When and how does space perception get started? Özlem Sensoy
18.07.2017 Gießen Anthony Atkinson

Durham University
Talk postponed
25.07.2017 Marburg Stefan Dowiasch

Thomas Recording

Career path
From user to producer: Working for a research equipment company

Winter Term 2016/17
When Where Speaker Title Materials      Host
08.11.2016 Gießen Lina, Fabio, Tom, Adrian, Mareike, Alexander Introduction of the new IRTG members with short talks. Recording


15.11.2016
   
Christian
Ben


Journal Club (Introduction of the upcoming speakers.)
22.11.2016 Marburg

Niko Busch

Muenster University



Alpha oscillations, excitability and perceptual bias Paper

Recording
Christian
29.11.2016

Julio Martinez-Trujillo

Western University, London Canada


Mechanisms of working memory coding in primates Paper
Recording
Ben
06.12.2016 Julia, Özlem, Bianca Journal club
(Introduction of the upcoming speakers.)

Introduction of the new IRTG members with short talks.
13.12.2016 Jennifer Steeves

York University, Toronto, Canada

Seeing the forest but not the trees: studies of real and virtual lesions.

Paper
Recording
Bianca
20.12.2016 Nils Balser

Betriebl. Gesundheitsmanagement
MERCK KGaA, Darmstadt
Career Paths
Job perspercitves in the health science sector

Recording
10.01.2017 Alexandra Journal Club (Introduction of the upcoming speakers.)

17.01.2017 Gießen Alessandro Moscatelli

University of Rome Tor Vergata

Combining tactile and hand motion: constancy, priors and perceptual illusions.



Paper
Recording

Alexandra
23.01.2017 Marburg
LAHNBERGE
14.15 h
Svenja Marx

Referat 615 -
Gesundheitsforschung,
Bundesministerium f. Bildung und Forschung
Career paths
24.01.2017 Friederike Seyfried

Journal Club (Introduction of the upcoming speakers.)



31.01.2017 Gießen David Franklin
Technical University Munich
Feedforward and feedback learning in sensorimotor control

Paper 1
Paper 2

Recording
07.02.2017 Parisa

Journal Club (Introduction of the upcoming speakers.)
21.02.2016 Aarlenne Khan

University of Montreal, Canada


Attention during eye and arm movements


Paper

Recording
Parisa

 

Summer Term 2016
When Where Speaker Title Materials      Host
05.04.2016 Kate Merrit Introduction of the upcoming speakers.


12.04.2016
   
Grant Application Workshop


19.04.2016 Andrew Pruszynski

Western University, Canada

Geometric feature extraction starts in the skin not in the brain Paper 1
Paper 2

Recording

26.04.2016 Friederike Seyfried



Scott Murdison


Introduction of the upcoming speakers.

Paper 1
Paper 2

Paper 1
Paper 2


03.05.2016 Steve Scott

Queens University, Canada

The computational and neural basis of voluntary motor control and planning



Recording


10.05.2016 Gießen Ivan Toni

Donders Nijmegen

Goal-oriented and mind-oriented movements Recording


Friederike Seyfried
17.05.2016 St. Pete VSS
24.05.2016 Fabian Helm

Ada Le


Introduction of the upcoming speakers.




Paper
31.05.2016 Gießen Natalie Sebanz

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



Recording Fabian Helm
07.06.2016
 
Mathias Niemeier

University of Toronto, Canada
Right-dominant mechanisms underlying spatial attention and visual awareness.

Paper


Ada Le
14.06.2016 Constanze Schmitt

Tobias Möhler

Introduction of the upcoming speakers.
Paper 1
Paper 2

Paper 1
21.06.2016 Marburg Ruffin van Rullen

CerCo, Toulouse
Perceptual cycles and waves. Recording


Constanze Schmitt
05.07.2016 Gießen Martin Eimer

Birbeck University of London


Attention and working memory in touch and vision.



Recording Tobias Möhler
12.07.2016 IRTG retreat


 

Winter Term 2015/16
When Where Speaker Title Materials      Host
October 27,
2015
tba

tba Introduction of the next week's speaker (Jason Gallivan)






November 03,
2015
Jason Gallivan

Queens University
Representation of action-related information in visual cortical areas. Recording


November 10,
2015

   
Ezgi Arikan


Introduction of the next week's speaker (Patrick Haggard)
Thursday, November 19,
2015
Hörsaal
(Lecture Hall)
Renthof 7
EG 00003
Marburg
Patrick Haggard

University College London

Multisensory interactions and bodily self-awareness. Paper
Recording

November 24,
2015
Gießen Alexandra Lezkan

Adam Zabicki
Introduction of the next week's speaker (Michael Wiertlewski)

Multivariate Analysis of Imagined and Executed Handmovements (Progress report)



Recording
December 01,
2015
Gießen Michael Wiertlewski

Aix-Marseille Université

The role of friction in tactile rendering of natural scenes.



Recording


December 08,
2015
Lucilla Cardinali


Introduction of the next week's speaker (Jörn Diedrichsen) Paper


December 15,
2015
Jörn Diedrichsen

Western University
General lecture on motor representations and optimal control. Recording
January 12,
2016
Gießen Anna Heuer

Friederike Seyfried

Constanze Schmitt

Introduction of the next week's speaker (Bernhard Hommel)

tba (Progress report)

tba (Progress report)


Recording

Recording
January 19,
2016
Marburg Bernhard Hommel

Leiden University
The Theory of Event Coding: Representing things, actions, and people.



Paper

Recording
January 26,
2016

Marburg
 
tba

Dennis Koch
Introduction of the next week's speaker (Mazyar Fallah)

Rewarding stimulus features in contextual cueing: a study on overt attention (Progress report)



Recording
February 02,
2016
Mazyar Fallah
 
York University
Feature Integration in the Dorsal Stream Paper


February 09,
2016
Stefanie Müller


Introduction of the next week's speaker (Pieter Medendorp)



February 16,
2016
Gießen Pieter Medendorp

Radboud University
Multimodal processing in spatial constancy and motor planning.

 

Seminar - summer term 2015
When Where Speaker Title Materials      Host
April 21,
2015

Gießen
Mariann Oemisch

Christian Wolf
Introduction of the next week's speaker (Lauren Sergio)

Project Presentation: A mass-density model can explain the size-weight illusion



Recording
April 28,
2015
Lauren Sergio

York University
Assessing function pre-dementia and post-concussion using cognitive-motor
integration 
Paper

Recording
May 5,
2015

Marburg          
Ben Chang

Karén Wilhelm
Introduction of the next week's speaker (Brian Corneil)

Project Presentation: Pupillomotor patterns as an early direction prediction in neurodegenerative diseases

May 12,
2015
Brian Corneil 

Western University
Through the looking glass: reflections of sensory and cognitive processing in the motor periphery. Paper
Recording
May 19,
2015
None for VSS (Conference of the Vision Sciences Society)


May 26,
2015

Gießen
Ashley Parr

Michael Vesker
Introduction of the next week's speaker (Randy Flanagan)

Project Presentation: Development of Emotion Perception



Recording
June 2,
2015
Randy Flanagan

Queens University
Representing objects and actions when interacting with the world Paper 1
Paper 2
Recording
June 9,
2015
None for retreat
June 16,
2015
None for retreat
June 23,
2015

Gießen
Tobias Möhler Introduction of the next week's speaker (Humboldt University of Berlin)
June 30,
2015

Gießen
Dr. Martin Rolfs
Humboldt University of Berlin

Active visual memory: The impact of saccades beyond sensory stages of visual encoding
July 7,
2015

Marburg


Miriam Steines
Introduction of the next week's speaker (University College London)

Project Presentation: The neural correlates of perceiving and producing emotional facial expressions in subjects with increased risk for schizophrenia


July 9,
2015

Gießen
Room C27
Kurt Debono,
SR Research
Berufskundliches Seminar / Seminar on career paths within and outside academia

"Working at SR Research after the PhD: a personal experience"

July 14,
2015

Marburg
Dr. Karl Friston
 
University College London
I am therefore I think Paper
Recording 1
Recording 2



Seminar - winter term 2014/15
When Where Speaker Title Materials      Host
October 14,
2014
Marburg Stefan Dowiasch Introduction of the next week's speaker (David Melcher)


Paper 1
October 21,
2014
Marburg     Prof. Dr. David Melcher
University of Trento, Italy
Non-retinotopic visual perception: why the world is stable when we move our eyes.

Part 1
Part 2 
Frank Bremmer
October 28,
2014
Giessen Theresa Gerhard


Immo Schütz


Introduction of the next week's speaker (Alexandra Reichenbach)

November 04,
2014
Giessen Dr. Alexandra Reichenbach
University College London, UK
Neural implementation of visually-guided action in the human brain Recording


Katja Fiehler
November 11,
2014
Marburg Dr. Anna von Hopffgarten

Spektrum der Wissenschaft. Journal: Gehirn und Geist
Berufskundliches Seminar / Seminar on career paths within and outside academia

Jobs outside academia: Science journalism for 'Spektrum der Wissenschaft’


Recording Frank Bremmer
November 18,
2014
Giessen Fabian Helm


Dmytro Velychko


Introduction to next week's speaker (Moritz
Grosse-Wentrup)




Paper 1
November 25,
2014    
Marburg Dr.-Ing. Moritz Grosse-Wentrup
Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Tübingen
Brain-Computer Interfacing in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis



Recording Dominik Endres
December 02, 2014 Giessen




Introduction of the next week's speaker (Antje Nuthmann)

December 09, 2014 Marburg Dr. Antje Nuthmann
University of Edinburgh
On the 'Where' and 'When' of Eye Guidance in Scene Viewing
 
  
Recording
 
 
 
Wolfgang Einhäuser-Treyer
December 16,
2014



Wedn. December 17,
2014
10.15 a.m.
Marburg
SR 0006, Dept. Neurophysics, Karl-von-Frisch-Str. 8 a
Dr. Jonas Knöll,

University of Texas at Austin
Berufskundliches Seminar / Seminar on career paths within and outside academia

Visual motion processing during
continuous naturalistic behaviors
Recording 1
Recording 2
Frank Bremmer
Thu.
December 18,
2014
Marburg Prof. Dr. Tobias Teichert

University of Pittsburgh
Berufskundliches Seminar / Seminar on career paths within and outside academia

Optimal Decision-making in Human and Non-human Primate


Frank Bremmer
January 6,
2015
Giessen Vivan Paulun Introduction of the next week's speaker
(Gavin Buckingham)
Paper
January 13,
2015

Giessen Dr. Gavin Buckingham
Heriot Watt University
Errors, expectations, perception, and action Recording Karl Gegenfurthner &
Roland Fleming
January 20,
2015

Marburg Anna Heuer

Jing Chen


Introduction of the next week's speaker (Doug Munoz)

Recording 1
Recording 2
 
January 27,
2015
Marburg Prof. Doug Munoz 
Queen’s University
Using eye movements to investigate brain function and dysfunction


Recording 1
Recording 2
Frank Bremmer
February 03,
2015
Giessen Dmytro Velychko


Mathias Klinghammer

Fabian Helm


Introduction of the next week's speaker (Rouwen Canal-Bruland)


 




Paper 
February 10,
2015
Giessen Dr. Rouwen Canal-Bruland 
VU Amsterdam
Action, perception & cognition - a movement science perspective


Recording Joern Munzert
February 17,
2015
Marburg
SR 0006, Dept. Neurophysics, Karl-von-Frisch-Str. 8 a
The Effect of Multisensory Prediction on the Perception of One's Own Actions


 

 

Seminar - summer term 2014
When Where Speaker Title Materials      Host
April 8,
2014
Gießen Introduction of next week's speakers (Stefan van der Stigchel & Melissa Vo)  
April 15, 2014 Gießen Dr. Stefan van der Stigchel
University Utrecht
Eye movement trajectories and what they tell us Paper 1 
Paper 2
Katja Fiehler
April 22,
2014
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datumfarbe SR 0006, Dept. Neurophysics,
Karl-von-Frisch-Str. 8 a
Dr. Melissa Vo
Harvard Medical School
Why looking AT an object does not always
help looking FOR it: The influence of memory
on visual search and vice versa.
Paper 1
Paper 2
Paper 3
Recording
Wolfgang Einhäuser-Treyer
May 6,
2014
B. Ezgi Arikan Introduction of speakers of following weeks
(Richard Carson
&
Günther Knoblich)
Paper 1
Paper 2
Paper 3
May 13, 2014      Gießen Prof. Richard Carson
Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience
Acute neural adaptations associated
with cross education of human motor
function
Paper 1
Paper 2
Paper 3 
Jörn Munzert
May 20,
2014
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May 27,
2014
35037 Marburg,
Hörsaal,
Renthof 7,
EG R-Nr: 00003
Prof. Guenther Knoblich
Central European University Budapest
Coordination mechanisms in joint action
 
  
Recording
 
 
 
Tilo Kircher
June 3 to
June 6,
2014
Wildbad Kreuth Retreat
June 10

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June 17, 2014

Gießen,
Room F318
(Otto-Behaghel-
Str. 10F)
Vivian Paulun


Peter Veto
Effects of Visually Perceived
Material Properties on Grasping
&
Effects of action on bistable perception: 
Re-learning contingencies
   
July 01, 2014 Talk was adjourned to September  
July 8,
2014
Gießen Mathias Klinghammer Introduction of next week's speaker (Tobias Meilinger) Paper 1
July 15, 2014 Marburg
16.15 - 17.45 h
Dr. Tobias Meilinger
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
Navigation in cities and buildings Recording Katja Fiehler
September 2,
2014
Marburg Stefan Dowiasch Introduction of next week's speaker
(Markus Lappe)
September 9,
2014
18 - 20 h
Marburg,
Lecture Hall
Renthof 7
Prof. Markus Lappe
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
Eye position dependence of sccadic adaptation Recording
Paper 1
Frank Bremmer

Seminar - winter term 2013/14
When Where Who Title Materials      Host
Dec 3, 2013 18 - 19 Renthof 5, kl. Hörsaal, FB Physik, 35037 Marburg

19 - 22 Restaurant KOSTBAR, 35037 Marburg, Barfüßerstr. 7
All members of the IRTG Kick-off meeting IRTG 1901    
Dec 10, 2013 Marburg1 Miriam Steines
Introduction of next week’s speaker
  Paper 1
Paper 2
Paper 3
 
Dec 17, 2013 Marburg Prof. Dr. med. Ferdinand Binkofski
RWTH Aachen
Cognitive embodiment and abstract language   Tilo Kircher
Jan 7, 2014 Giessen2 Mathias Klinghammer Introduction of next week’s speaker (Jeroen Smeets) Paper 1
Paper 2
 
Jan 14, 2014 Giessen Prof. Dr. Jeroen Smeets
Fac Human Movem Sci, Amsterdam, NL

How our movements reveal that perception is fragmented

Link to recording Katja Fiehler
Jan 21, 2014 Marburg
18.00 CET sharp
Stefan Dowiasch
& Svenja Marx
Introduction of next week’s speaker (Fred Hamker)
& Presentation of PhD-projects
Paper 1
Paper 2
Paper 3
 
Jan 28, 2014 Giessen
18.00 CET
sharp
Theresa Gerhard




Immo Schütz




Tobias Möhler
Introduction of next week’s speaker (Geert Savelsbergh) & Presentation of PhD-projects:

"Visuo-Spatial Reference Frames in Immediate and Delayed Reaching"

"Visual attention is not exclusively bound to the saccade goal: Effects of spatial congruency on visual discrimination and saccadic curvature in a dual-task paradigm."
&
"Modulation of reach trajectory by memorized, past, and perceptual distractors"
Paper 1
Paper 2
Paper 3
 
Feb 4, 2014 35037 Marburg,
Hörsaal,
Renthof 7,
EG R-Nr: 00003

Prof. Dr. Fred Hamker
Fakultät Informatik, TU Chemnitz
A neuro-computational account of corollary discharge for the perception of visual stability across eye movements Link to recording Frank Bremmer
Feb 11, 2014 Giessen Prof. Dr. Geert Savelsbergh
University of Amsterdam, NL
Motor learning requires mastering of perceptual degrees of freedom Link to recording Gudrun Schwarzer

 

 

1If not noted otherwise, seminars are scheduled for 18.00h to 20.00h (CET).

Seminars in Marburg take place in: SR 0006, Dept. Neurophysics,
Karl-von-Frisch-Str. 8 a

2Seminars in Giessen take place in: Phil I, Otto- Behaghel-Str. 10, Raum E6