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Cognitive behavior of humans, animals, and machines: Computational and experimental perspectives (COBHAM Colloquium)

Time: Friday, 10.30 - 12.00
Location: CITEC, Room 1.204

Organization:
Prof. Werner Schneider (Neurocognitive Psychology, & CITEC, Bielefeld University) &
Prof. Helge Ritter (Neuroinformatics, & CITEC, Bielefeld University)


Summer Semester 2019

COBHAM Schedule (Click here to download)
DateSpeakerTitle
12.04.19 Sanjay Manohar
(Cognitive Neurology, University of Oxford, UK)
Shifting the focus of attention within working memory
10.05.19 Peter Schulte
Department of Philosophy, Bielefeld University)
The Nature of Perceptual Constancies
14.06.19 Roland Pfister
(Department of Psychology, University of Würzburg)
Effect-based action control: The ideomotor approach
05.07.19 Mona Garvert
(Department of Psychology, Max Planck Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig)
Mapping relational knowledge in the service of flexible cognition
12.07.19 Nicolas Schuck
(NeuroCode, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin)
The role of task states and offline sampling in decision making and learning


Winter Semester 2018/19

COBHAM Schedule (Click here to download)
DateSpeakerTitle
19.10.18 Christoph Kayser
(Cognitive Neuroscience, Bielefeld University)
Multisensory integration: A computational understanding of behaviour & brain activity
07.12.18 Wolfram Burgard
(Autonomous Intelligent Systems, University of Freiburg)
Deep learning for robot perception and navigation
14.12.18 Masud Husain
(Neurology & Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Oxford, UK)
Forgetting over seconds in health and disease
18.01.19 Christian Doeller
(Max Planck Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience, Department of Psychology, Leipzig)
Structuring experience in cognitive spaces
01.02.19 Peter König
(Cognitive Science, Osnabrück University)
Embodied cognition

ZiF Research Group

The COBHAM colloquium is part of the ZiF research group:

"Cognitive behavior of humans, animals, and machines: Situation model perspectives"

October 2019 - July 2020