We are happy to announce Anna's first paper coming out of her work on temporal reference frames in visual working memory, which has just been accepted for publication in Cognition. Heuer, A. & Rolfs, M. (2021). Incidental encoding of visual information in temporal reference frames in working memory. Cognition, in press. [pdf] Spatial and temporal properties structure our … Continue reading In press: New paper on temporal reference frames in visual working memory
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
On November 3rd 2020, Richard Schweitzer defended his PhD thesis on "Perceptual and Motor Consequences of Intra-saccadic Perception" before his committee consisting of Prof. Dr. Rasha Abdel-Rahman (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), Prof. Dr. Thérèse Collins (Université Paris Descartes), Prof. Dr. Karl Gegenfurtner (Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen), Dr. Elisa Filevich (Bersntein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin), and Prof. Dr. … Continue reading Richard defended his PhD with highest distinction
Applications are now closed. We are looking for a number of motivated students who would like to become part of the lab as student research assistants (Studentische Hilfskraft, SHK), starting on January 1st, 2021 (duration: 2 years). We have a total of four positions available. Two of these positions will be working entirely at the … Continue reading Open student research assistant positions (SHK)
Lisa and Martin have had the pleasure of reviewing Stefan van der Stigchel’s book “How Attention Works: Finding Your Way in a World of Distraction” (MIT Press). Check out their review here: https://journals.sagepub.com/toc/peca/49/7
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
Anna, Sven and Martin have published a review on how actions planned and generated during memory maintenance select content in visual memory. Get one of the 50 free copies: https://bit.ly/3c1FZCj. Thanks to Stefan van der Stigchel and Chris Olivers for organizing this special issue!
The deadline for Journal of Vision's Special Issue accompanying the workshop "From Peripheral to Transsaccadic and Foveal Perception" (which took place in Rauischholzhausen Castle, Germany, August 14th - 16th, 2019) has just been extended to August 1, 2020. Submissions to the special issue are open to anyone in the field (not just participants of the … Continue reading Deadline extended: Special issue on Trans-saccadic perception in Journal of Vision
We are already one month into the new year, the semester is about to end, and we are preparing a series of new experiments. Time to look back for a moment. Adu, Kai and Yigit have finished their lab rotations with us and are moving on. Also Frederik is heading in a new direction and … Continue reading New ways emerging from and into the lab in 2020.