Events

Mon, 10/21/2019
Lecture
10:15 - 11:45
X E0-228

Are you interested in analyzing EEG when one reads a book, listens to music while walking around, navigates a city or appreciates a piece of art?
Such naturalistic paradigms, where the experimenter does not control the subjects sensory input, are becoming more popular, but offer very difficult challenges for data analysis and interpretation.
I will discuss two of the main problems:

Thu, 10/24/2019 - Fri, 10/25/2019
Conference
9:00 - 18:00
CITEC building, lecture hall

Cognitive Interaction Technology has gained more momentum than ever before with the massive growth of artificial intelligence (AI): intelligent devices, robots, autonomous cars and smart homes promise manifold benefits. At the same time, however, these innovations pose new challenges for our lives. With the CITEC Conference "Cognitive Interaction Technology meets AI" from 24–25 October 2019 at Bielefeld University, we take a closer look at current research findings on these developments and the potential they hold. At the same time, this conference will demarcate more than a decade of research from the DFG-funded Cluster of Excellence “Cognitive Interaction Technology” (CITEC).

Mon, 11/18/2019
Lecture
10.15 - 11.45
X E0-228

The human sensorimotor control system has exceptional abilities to perform skillful action despite ever changing conditions.
I will discuss how this adaptability can result through intrinsic mechanisms in two different ways: sensory feedback driving feedforward adaptation; and feedforward adaptation in turn adapting the feedback responses and tuning them to the environment.
In the first part of my talk I will examine how prior sensorimotor cues can be used to learn independent motor memories.

Mon, 12/09/2019
Lecture
10.15 - 11.45
X E0-228
Mon, 01/13/2020
Lecture
10.15 - 11.45
X E0-228