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ZiF Research Group

Competition and priority control in mind and brain: new perspectives from task-driven vision

Events

Conferences/Workshops


October 9 - 11, 2012


Opening Conference
Werner Schneider (Bielefeld), Wolfgang Einhäuser (Marburg), Gernot Horstmann (Bielefeld)
The topics presented on the opening conference will be covered by the theme issue of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B, entitled "Attentional selection in visual perception, memory and action: A quest for common principles", which will appear 2013.
Here you find a group picture taken during the opening conference at the ZiF (large, small )
March 6 - 7, 2013


Eye-Tracking Methods and Scan Path Analysis
Wolfgang Einhäuser (Marburg), Kenneth Holmqvist (Lund)


April 29 - 30, 2013


Attentional Control Beyond the Task
Gernot Horstmann (Bielefeld), Werner Schneider (Bielefeld), Wolfgang Einhäuser (Marburg)


June 4 - 5, 2013


Task-Driven Control of Thought and Action by Working Memory: Linking Mind and Brain
Werner Schneider (Bielefeld), Stefan Everling (London), John Duncan (Oxford)

July 17, 2013


Perception and Action: In Search of Linkage Principles
Wolfgang Prinz (Leipzig), Werner Schneider (Bielefeld)


March 17 - 21, 2014


Closing Conference of the ZiF research Group: Competitive visual processing across space and time: Interactions with memory
Werner Schneider (Bielefeld), Wolfgang Einhäuser (Marburg), Gernot Horstmann (Bielefeld)


 

Schedule of talks, meetings, and discussion sessions of the ZiF research group on "Competition and Priority Control in Mind and Brain"

Schedule 2012

October 10 Mission of the ZiF-Research Group "Competition and Priority Control in Mind and Brain"
Werner Schneider
October 16 Research Group Discussion - Conceptions of attention
Dana Ballard, Claus Bundesen, Wolfgang Einhäuser, Stefan Everling, Rebecca Förster, Gordian Griffith, Mary Hayhoe, Arvid Herwig, Gernot Horstmann, Gordon Logan, Pia Knöferle, Werner Schneider, Jochen Steil
October 23 Resting state analysis and the default network of the brain
Stefan Everling
October 23 Principles of Visual Attention: Linking Mind and Brain
Claus Bundesen
October 30 Attention, action interruption and surprise
Gernot Horstmann
October 30 Ambiguity in Perception, Action and Decision-Making
Wolfgang Einhäuser
November 06 Attention, action interruption and surprise (continued)
Gernot Horstmann
November 06 A new look at human motor control
Dana Ballard
November 13 Visuomotor behavior in naturalistic task: from receptive fields to value functions
Constantin Rothkopf
November 20 Prospective coding
Dana Ballard
November 20 Understanding how tasks control gaze
Mary Hayhoe
November 27 Why is visually guided behaviour less affected by brain damage than visual perception?
Thomas Schenk
November 29 Attention: Perspectives from AI and robotics
Edgar Körner
December 04 The Functional Architecture of Visual Temporal Attention
Kimron Shapiro
December 04 Effects of value learning on visual cognition
Jane Raymond
December 11 Automatic processing of changes in vision: a matter of visual Mismatch Negativity?
Stefan Berti
December 13 The primate neurocognitive network and visual working memory
Kevin Johnston
December 18 Neural markers of interindividual and age differences in TVA parameters visual processing speed and visual short-term memory storage capacity
Iris Wiegand

Schedule 2013

January 15 Journal Club: The ventral visual pathway: an expanded neural framework for the processing of object quality (New TICS review by Kravitz, Saleem, Baker, Ungerleider, & Mishkin)
Chair: Gernot Horstmann
January 22 To see or not to see - Attentional modulation of motion processing in primate visual cortex
Stefan Treue
January 23 Implications of Stefan Treue's Vision Science Colloquium talk for the ZiF Research Group and Discussion of second part of Kravitz et al. (2013) paper (Extrinsic Connections)
Chair: Gernot Horstmann
January 29 Object-based attentional selection in scene viewing: Evidence from fixation position effects
Antje Nuthmann
January 30 Implications of Antje Nuthmann's Vision Science Colloquium talk for the ZiF Research Group
Chair: Wolfgang Einhäuser
February 12 Research Group Discussion - Conceptions of task and goal
Wolfgang Einhäuser, Stefan Everling, Rebecca Förster, Gordian Griffith, Arvid Herwig, Gernot Horstmann, Antje Nuthmann, Pia Knöferle, Werner Schneider, Jochen Steil. Chair: Arvid Herwig
February 13 Visual attention and spoken language comprehension
Pia Knöferle
February 19 Selective visual processing across snapshots: A neural theory of visual attention and memory - Part 1
Werner Schneider
February 20 Selective visual processing across snapshots: A neural theory of visual attention and memory - Part 2
Werner Schneider
February 27 Perspectives from cognitve robotics on priority control and information integration
Jochen Steil
March 6-7 Eye Tracking Workshop
Kenneth Holmqvist, Wolfgang Einhäuser
March 19 Research group discussion on the attentional blink from the perspective of competition and task-driven priority control
Chair: Wolfgang Einhäuser
March 21 Eye movements during mental imagery and episodic memory retrieval
Kenneth Holmqvist
March 27 Easter break / TeaP in Vienna
April 2 Research group meeting on future work within and beyond the research group year
Wolfgang Einhäuser, Antje Nuthmann, Rebecca Förster, Christian Poth, Werner Schneider, Greg Zelinsky, Gernot Horstmann
April 3 Project meeting: Bielefeld Billiard Gaze Pattern Data Base
Wolfgang Einhäuser, Antje Nuthmann, Stefan Everling, Rebecca Förster, Christian Poth, Werner Schneider, Greg Zelinsky, Gernot Horstmann
April 10 (13:30) Resarch group discussion on "What determines search efficiency differences in blank trials of visual search?"
Chair and short presentation: Gernot Horstmann
April 11 (10:00) Toward the underlying mechanism of go-nogo Simon effects
Thomas Dolk
April 16 (18:00) Vision Science Colloquium: Title Categorical search: A (selective) review of behavioral and computational work
Gregory Zelinksy
April 17 (13:30) Project meeting: Bielefeld Billiard Gaze Pattern Data Base
Wolfgang Einhäuser et al.
April 18 (10:00) The role of neural synchrony in the precision of WM. Evidence for binding by synchrony of sensory population codes
Edward Awh
April 23 (13:30) Research Group Discussion on Visual Working Memory
Gregory Zelinsky
April 23 (18:00) Vision Science Colloquium: Assignment of internal talks (MSc thesis, etc.)
Werner Schneider
April 24 (13:30) Interactions in Human Multisensory Perception: An Overview of Some Recent Insights
Marc Ernst
April 29/30 Workshop on Attentional control beyond the task
Organziers: Gernot Horstmann, Werner Schneider, Wolfgang Einhäuser
May 7 (18:00) Vision Science Colloquium: Conflict, Control, Capacity, and Goals from Sensory Input to Action: Componential Explorations of Mind
Pierre Jolicoeur
May 7 (18:00) Implications of Pierre Jolicoeur's Vision Science Colloquium talk for the ZiF Research Group
Chair: Werner Schneider
May 15 (18:00) Vision Science Colloquium: Dimension Weighting Revisited
Hermann Müller
May 16 (10:30) Visual attention and feedforward vs. feedback processing
Chair: Geoff Woodman
May 22 (18:00) Vision Science Colloquium: Measuring the working memory and long-term memory representations that provide top-down control of attention
Geoff Woodman
May 21-24 Bielefeld Billard Gaze Pattern Data Base project
Wolfgang Einhäuser et al.
May 28 (18:00) Vision Science Colloquium: Common discrete resource limits in working memory, attention and perception
Edward Awh
May 29 (10:00) Transient attention - and what to make of it
Chris Olivers
June 4-5 Workshop on Task-Driven Control of Thought and Action by Working Memory: Linking Mind and Brain
Werner Schneider, Stefan Everling, & John Duncan
June 11 (18:00) Vision Science Colloquium: The Guidance of Visual Search by Knowledge and Memory.
Andrew Hollingworth
June 12 (10:15) Vision Science Colloquium: Current projects from the Schneider lab
Christian Poth & Marlitt Dümmer
June 18 (18:00) Vision Science Colloquium: The end of the road for feature map theories? Attention is guided by relative features
Stefanie Becker
June 19 (15:00) Jour Fixe: Competitive visual processing: A task-driven trans-saccadic perspective on visual attention and working memory (TRAM)
Werner Schneider
June 20 (10:15) Research Group Seminar: Language and Attention
Falk Huettig
June 25 (18:00) Vision Science Colloquium: Neural mechanisms of feature-based attention in early visual cortex of the human brain
Mathias Müller
June 26 (10:15-17:00) Extended Jour Fixe - Research Group Discussion on Progress towards integrative principles
Werner Schneider, Wolfgang Einhäuser, et al.
July, 2 (18:15) Vision Science Colloquium: Differential effects of transient attention on inferred parvocellular and magnocellular processing
Yaffa Yeshurun
July, 3 (14:30) Extended Jour Fixe: Special Workshop "Amsterdam@ZiF"

The effective time course of temporal preparation
Sander Los

Misc. priming
Martijn Meeter

Do we really need the salience map to explain oculomotor selection performance?
Mieke Donk
July 4 (10:15) Vision Science Colloquium: Current projects from the Schneider lab
Jasmin Werner & Mario Bogdanov
July, 9 (18:15) Vision Science Colloquium: The lateral intraparietal area (LIP) as a cortical priority map
James Bisley
July, 10 (10:15) Searching for Linkage Principles between Perception and Action: The Warm-up
Thomas Dolk
July, 11 (10:00) Attention and Time Perception
Katharina Weiss
July, 16 (17:30) Room: Long Table, ZiF Vision Science Colloquium: What neuropsychology tells us about human posterior parietal cortex
Laure Pisella-Rosine
July, 17 Perception and Action: In Search of Linkage Principles
Wolfgang Prinz & Werner Schneider
July, 18 (10:00) The where and the what of remapping
James Bisley
July, 23 (17:30) The multiple links between reward and attention
Leonardo Chelazzi
July, 24 (14:00) Attentional selection: maps versus levels
Dana Ballard


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