Day, time & location:
Both “virtual” and “analogue” colloquia take place weekly during term time, typically Tuesdays from 13:00 till 14:30 hrs (Central European Time, CET) starting on October 26th, 2021. But some talks from international speakers may have to be held at a different time or day.
Virtual NIP colloquia are open to guests from anywhere in the world. If you are interested in attending one or several of the talks, please subscribe to our mailing list by sending an empty email to nip-colloquium-subscribe. (Please send the empty email from an official university account, otherwise your registration is likely going to be delayed or even impossible.) You will receive the zoom link and password the day before the talk via an email to the mailing list. @listserv.uni-tuebingen.de
Important note for students in the Bachelor Cognitive Science: If you want to have your participation in an online talk be counted in the module "Forschungskolloquium Kognitionswissenschaft” you have to write an email to Felix Wichmann (preferably while or immediately after the talk and from your official University account).
Detailed information on the single topics will be announced as soon as possible.
|26.10.2021||Uli Wannek (University of Tuebingen, Neural Information Processing group)||Gute wissenschaftliche Praxis: I. Allgemein|
|09.11.2021||Uli Wannek (University of Tuebingen, Neural Information Processing group)||Gute wissenschaftliche Praxis: II. Datenmanagement|
|16.11.2021||Uli Wannek (University of Tuebingen, Neural Information Processing group)||Gute wissenschaftliche Praxis III|
Prof. Dr. Bill Geisler, University of Texas at Austin
|Visual Search in Natural and Other Complex Backgrounds|
Prof. Constantin Rothkopf, Ph.D., TU Darmstadt
From ideal observers to bounded actors through inverse optimal control
Prof. Dr. Bilge Sayim, University of Bern
Redundancy masking and information compression in the visual brain
|11.01.2022|| Jun.-Prof. Dr. Benedikt Ehinger, University of Stuttgart |
Moderator: David-Elias Künstle
Analyzing ERPs under naturalistic conditions: Overlap, non-linear effects, event durations and decoding
|25.01.2022||Six years of comparing human and machine vision: looking back & ahead|
Tizian Thieringer, BSc student @NIP (University of Tuebingen, Neural Information Processing group)
Moderator: Robert Geirhos
|Benchmarking the latest machine vision developments against human categorization performance|
Moderator: Robert Geirhos
What can representational similarity tell us about neural networks?