Events

Mo, 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.

Do, 11/21/2019
Lecture
12:15
W0-135

My talk provides an overview over the different funding opportunities for research in Germany with a focus on DFG third party funding and will explain why applications for funding may differ in motivation. Based on my experience as a member of the review board I suggest some advice for applicants and describe the reviewing and evaluation process. Besides, I provide some statistical data for example for funding rates and DFG allocation of funds.

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