With the beginning of this year, we started an exciting new project called “How visual actions shape active vision”, and like all European projects it goes by an acronym: VIS-Á-VIS. It is a five-year project funded through an ERC Consolidator Grant, awarded to Martin by the European Research Council. So far, we have hired two postdocs and … Continue reading ERC Consolidator project ‘VIS-Á-VIS’ starts — welcome to Wiebke and Lukasz!
Julius Krumbiegel was awarded the Humboldt Prize 2020 for his Master’s thesis “Evidence for efference copies from combined eye-head gaze shifts”, an award that recognizing exceptional academic work by students. Congratulations for this outstanding and well-deserved achievement! In his work, Julius investigated the ability of human observers to maintain a sense of spatial locations in … Continue reading Julius wins Humboldt prize for his Master’s thesis
Applications are now closed. We have openings for 2 postdoc and 2 PhD positions to work on an exciting new project called "How visual actions shape active vision (VIS-Á-VIS)". It is a five-year project funded through an ERC Consolidator Grant, awarded to Martin by the European Research Council. The project will start in September 2020, … Continue reading Apply now for Postdoc and PhD positions in ERC project
Come see Lisa Kroell's poster presentation on how the peripheral sensitivity profile reshapes during saccade preparation. If you are registered for V-VSS, the poster is here. Lisa scheduled three Zoom sessions: 20 June, 8am EST (2pm CET) - View Presenter Conference23 June, 2pm EST (8pm CET) - View Presenter Conference24 June, 5am EST (11:00 CET) - View Presenter … Continue reading Virtual-VSS Poster: The peripheral sensitivity profile reshapes during saccade preparation
The lab is growing. We warmly welcome Lea Krätzig and Aaron Vetter—two new student research assistants in the lab. They will try to fill the big shoes that Clara, Olga, and Jan have left vacant after finishing their studies. No reason to be sad. We are very happy that all three of them will stay … Continue reading New people in the lab—and old people in new positions
Our lab is growing! A warm welcome to Anna who joined us as a Post-Doc from Marburg University, Frederik and Lisa who are starting their PhDs, Hannah who is working as a student assistant, and Karl and Susan who are writing their theses in the lab.
About three years ago, we have started working on perception during saccadic eye movements — that is, when the eyes are in mid-flight from one point in the scene to the next. Using a quite unique high-speed projection setup that allows us to rapidly (yet smoothly) move stimuli on the screen, we keep finding new … Continue reading In the press: All is not lost
* Note that the position has been filled. Please do not apply anymore. * We are looking for candidates for a fully funded PhD position in our group. If you are interested in a project using visual psychophysics, eye and motion tracking, and computational modeling to study selective visual processes, we might have just the opportunity. … Continue reading Job opening for a fully funded PhD project (position filled)
This was long overdue: We have been very lucky to have not one, not two, not three, but four incredible students join the lab (more or less) recently. So our people page got an overhaul. Jan, Olga, Bea, and Julius all have started working on exciting projects on topics as diverse as agency, perceptual organization, visual … Continue reading Welcome, Jan, Olga, Bea, and Julius!
Martin has accepted an offer from Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin to become a Heisenberg professor for Experimental Psychology: Active Perception and Cognition (or, in German: Allgemeine Psychologie: Aktive Wahrnehmung und Kognition) and set up a new group at the Psychology Department. He has been inaugurated on Tuesday. The Heisenberg professorship has been awarded to Martin by … Continue reading Martin inaugurated as Heisenberg Professor