Archive

LecturerTopicTerm
TermDateTopicLecturer
WS 09/1021.10.2009 - 18:00Introductory talk: Adaptivity in hybrid cognitive systems: What it is and why it is an exciting research programme

Peter Bosch

University of Osnabrück, Institute of Cognitive Science
WS 09/1028.10.2009 - 18:00Our brain plays jazz: Coordinated neuronal activity in self-organized complex networks with delays

Gordon Pipa

Universität Osnabrück
WS 09/1004.11.2009 - 18:00Selection, constraints, and causation: A multilevel approach to EvoDevo

Maximiliano Martinez Bohorquez

Philosophy Department, University of Bielefeld
WS 09/1011.11.2009 - 18:00The Rational Brain

Vinod Goel

Dept. of Psychology, York University
WS 09/1018.11.2009 - 18:00Do Scientists Block Multiple Realization by Sub-Typing Properties?

Kenneth Aizawa

Philosophy Department Centenary College of Louisiana
WS 09/1025.11.2009 - 18:00Adaptation based on prototypes: potentials and challenges

Barbara Hammer

Institute of Computer Science, Clausthal University of Technology
WS 09/1002.12.2009 - 18:00Three Basic Schemes of Mental Action Representation – an Adaptation to Three Basic Kinds of Processes in the World?

Dr. Franz Mechsner

Northumbria University, School of Psychology and Sport Sciences
WS 09/1009.12.2009 - 18:00Adaptivity as Ideology? - Steps towards a Critical Neuroscience

Jan Slaby

Institut für Philosophie, Universität Marburg
WS 09/1016.12.2009 - 18:00Epigenetics: Between adaptation and adaptivity

Ulrich Krohs

Abteilung Philosophie, Universität Hamburg
WS 09/1013.01.2010 - 18:00The inquisitive turn - A New Perspective on Semantics, Logic, and Pragmatics

Jeroen Groenendijk

The Institute for Logic, Language and Computation, Universiteit van Amsterdam
WS 09/1020.01.2010 - 18:00Social comparison and trust: The brain and the labor market

Armin Falk

Bonn Laboratory for Experimental Economics, University of Bonn
WS 09/1027.01.2010 - 18:00Ortho-algebraic semantics

Reinhard Blutner

Institute for Logic, Language and Computation University of Amsterdam
WS 09/1010.02.2010 - 18:00Lexical meaning in context

Nicholas Asher

Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse Université Paul Sabatier
SS 1014.04.2010 - 18:00Eye guidance in natural behaviour

Dr. Benjamin W. Tatler

The University of Dundee, School of Psychology
SS 1028.04.2010 - 18:00Two legs, two arms, one head. Who am I? C A N C E L L E D

H. Henrik Ehrsson, MD PhD

Karolinska Institute Stockholm, Dept. of Neuroscience
SS 1005.05.2010 - 18:00Brain imaging of empathy: fMRI and meta-analytic findings

Katrin Pietruska

McGill University Montreal
SS 1012.05.2010 - 18:00Morphing Physiology

Prof. Dr. Holger Deuter

Fachhochschule Kaiserslautern, FB Bauen und Gestalten, Studiengang Virtual Design
SS 1019.05.2010 - 18:00Beyond introspection: How can we observe ourselves with accuracy within experiencing

Carl Ginsburg, PhD

Certified Feldenkrais Trainer, Frankfurt
SS 1026.05.2010 - 18:00Measurement theory in linguistics: Absolute vs. relative zeros in grammar

Galid Weidman Sassoon, PhD

University of Amsterdam, ILLC
SS 1002.06.2010 - 18:00Coherence mathematised

Prof. Dr. Mark Siebel

University of Oldenburg, Dept. of Philosophy
SS 1009.06.2010 - 18:00Covert visual attention, saccade control and visual short-term memory

Prof. Dr. Werner Schneider

University of Bielefeld, Neuro-Cognitive Psychology
SS 1016.06.2010 - 18:00Retinal coding - Messages from the eye to the brain

Dr. Jutta Kretzberg

University of Oldenburg, Neurosensory Science
SS 1023.06.2010 - 18:00 C A N C E L L E D !!!!!!

Prof. Dr. Thomas Gruber

University of Osnabrück, Institute of Psychology
SS 1030.06.2010 - 18:00Some large-scale principles of visual object recognition

Radek Cichy

Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience, Berlin
SS 1007.07.2010 - 18:00The temporal dynamics of visual feature integration

Johannes Rüter

EPFL Lausanne
WS 10/1120.10.2010 - 18:00The theory of mind debate: The narrative practice hypothesis

Prof. Dr. Daniel Hutto

Chair of Philosophical Psychology, University of Hertfordshire
WS 10/1127.10.2010 - 18:00Empathy, enaction and shared musical experience

Joel Krueger, PhD

Center for Subjectivity Research, University of Copenhagen
WS 10/1103.11.2010 - 18:00Embodiment and new forms of imagination

Dr. Helena de Preester

Faculty of Fine Arts, University College Ghent
WS 10/1110.11.2010 - 18:00Anticipatory cognitive processes in music performance

Dr. Peter Keller

MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig
WS 10/1117.11.2010 - 18:00Emotion in acoustic communication

Prof. Dr. Eckart Altenmüller

University for Music and Theatre, Hannover
WS 10/1124.11.2010 - 18:00Mechanopoiia, or: The art of life

Prof. Dr. Chsristoph Lischka

Institute of Music Studies, University of Cologne
WS 10/1101.12.2010 - 18:00On transitions from seeing to thinking

Prof. Dr. Eva Schürmann

Centre of Cultural Philosophy & Aesthetics, Fachhochschule Hamburg
WS 10/1108.12.2010 - 18:00The child's linguistic enculturation

Prof. Dr. Talbot J. Taylor

Faculty of Linguistics, William & Mary University, Williamsburg, USA
WS 10/1115.12.2010 - 18:00Prediction and entrainment: Of rhythm, lived time and bodies

Dr. Fred Cummins

School of Computer Science & Informatics, University College Dublin
WS 10/1112.01.2011 - 18:00Watching Dance: Sensorimotor Aesthetics in the Human Brain

Dr. Emiliy Cross

WS 10/1119.01.2011 - 18:00Body memory, habit & culture C A N C E L L E D due to illness of the guest speaker

Prof. Dr. Thomas Fuchs

Clinic for Psychiatry, University Hospital Heidelberg
WS 10/1126.01.2011 - 18:00CompoSites: Art and machine vision in the landscape

Julian Oliver

Artist / Innovator, Berlin
WS 10/1102.02.2011 - 18:00Learning from art: Defining aesthetic profundity in cognitive terms

Dr. Elisabeth Schellekens

Department of Philosophy, Durham University, UK
WS 10/1109.02.2011 - 18:00Understanding virtuosity

Francois Pachet

SONY Computer Science Laboratory, Paris
WS 2011/201219.10.2011 - 18:00Cognitive science and the changing face of mechanistic explanation

Carlos Zednik, PhD

WS 2011/201226.10.2011 - 18:00The Origin and Evolution of Language: A Plausible, Strong-AI Account

Prof. Dr. Jerry Hobbs

University of Southern California, Information Sciences Institute
WS 2011/201202.11.2011 - 18:00Perception of the active observer

Lewis Chuang

Max Planck Institut für Biologische Kybernetik, Tübingen
WS 2011/201209.11.2011 - 18:00The Causal Chain Problem

Dr. Michael Baumgartner

Department of Philosophy, University of Konstanz
WS 2011/201216.11.2011 - 18:00Time and Causality

Dr. Marc J. Bühner

Cardiff University, School of Psychology
WS 2011/201223.11.2011 - 18:00Recalibration Makes (the) Perfect Sense

Prof. Dr. Marc Ernst

Universität Bielefeld,
WS 2011/201201.12.2011 - 18:00Dynamic coordination of functional networks in the cerebral cortex: Mechanisms, development and psychiatric diseases

Prof. Dr. Wolf Singer

Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt
WS 2011/201207.12.2011 - 18:00Preference-Independent Surround Modulation in Area V1: Circuit Models and Role During Natural Vision

Prof. Dr. Lars Schwabe

Universität Rostock
WS 2011/201214.12.2011 - 18:00Optimal time windows of multisensory integration

Prof. Dr. Hans Colonius

Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Institut für Psychologie
WS 2011/201218.01.2012 - 18:00Visual ecology of motion

Prof. Dr. Markus Lappe

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Institut für Psychologie
WS 2011/201225.01.2012 - 18:00Visual Perception: A neural population code model for human pattern detection

Prof. Dr. Felix Wichmann--CANCELED!!!

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Wilhelm-Schickard-Institut für Informatik, Neuronale Informationsverarbeitung
WS 2011/201201.02.2012 - 18:00Visuomotor behavior in naturalistic task: From receptive fields to value functions"

Dr. Constantin A. Rothkopf

Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS)
WS 2011/201208.02.2012 - 18:00The emergence of objects

Prof. Dr. Michael Herzog

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
SS 201218.04.2012 - 18:00Learning productive rules from problem solving experience

Prof. Dr. Ute Schmidt

Cognitive Systems Group, Universität Bamberg
SS 201225.04.2012 - 18:00What we seem to know about meaning in the brain

Giosué Baggio, PhD

SISSA International School for Advanced Studies, Trieste
SS 201202.05.2012 - 18:00Dynamics of a calcium-based plasticity rule: from single synapse to network

Nicolas Brunel, PhD

Université Paris Descartes
SS 201209.05.2012 - 18:00Identifying sources of intractability in models of cognition: Conceptual foundations and applications

Iris van Rooij, PhD and Todd Wareham, PhD

Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen and Memorial University of Newfoundland
SS 201216.05.2012 - 18:00Probabilistic inference with spikes

Sophie Denève, PhD

Group for neural Theory, ENS Paris
SS 201223.05.2012 - 16:00If linguistic theory is the answer, what was the question? On naturalism in linguistics.

Prof. Dr. Martin Stokhof

ILLC, Universiteit van Amsterdam
SS 201230.05.2012 - 18:00Framing, scales, and human rationality

Dr. Bart Geurts

Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
SS 201213.06.2012 - 18:00Indefinites, questions and methods of identification

Dr. Maria Aloni

ILLC, Universiteit van Amsterdam
SS 201220.06.2012 - 18:00Quantum theory in cognitive modeling

Emmanuel Pothos, PhD

Dept. of Psychology, Swansea University
SS 201227.06.2012 - 18:00Formal languages and formalisms as cognitive artifacts

Catarina Dutilh Novaes, PhD

Dept. of Theoretical Philosophy, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
SS 201204.07.2012 - 18:00Applications of transcranial magnetic stimulation in the cognitive neurosciences: The role of classical speech areas in auditor

Anke Karabanov, PhD

Danish Research Center for Magnetic Resonance, Copenhagen
SS 201210.07.2012 - 18:00Rethinking the role of logic in Cognitive Science

Prof. Dr. Michiel van Lambalgen

Chair of Logic & Cognitive Science, ILLC/Dept. of Philosophy, Universiteit van Amsterdam
SS 201218.07.2012 - 18:00Anthropology in the Cognitive Sciences

PD Dr. Sieghard Beller

Institut für Psychologie, Universität Freiburg / ZiF, Universitaet Bielefeld