Joachim is participating at this yearâ€™s NeNa 2015 conference. This conference is an annual event in Tuebingen, and it is unique in its primary focus on young neuroscience students as participants, poster presenters, and speakers. Joachim will be talking about his recent discoveries on how microsaccades influence perceptual and motor performance in humans and[…]
We have a new paper in press atÂ Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. The paper is part of a Special Research Topic on Perisaccadic Vision, hosted by the Frontiers journal. This special research topic is guest edited by Marc Zirnsak, Fred Hamker, and Tirin Moore. In our paper, we (Hafed, Chen, and Tian) summarize our labâ€™s[…]
We have a new masterâ€™s student who is interested in the physiology of active vision. Before coming to Tuebingen, Konstantin studied at the Technical University of Chemnitz. He is now part of our international graduate school of neural and behavioral sciences.
Our lab is participating in this yearâ€™s joint symposium between our institute and the National Institute for Physiological Sciences (NIPS) in Okazaki, Japan. This symposium is part of a long term collaboration that we are having with our Japanese colleagues. The symposium features several interesting talks and posters by Tuebingen and Japanese colleagues.