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Some additional demo movies related to our research

  • demonstration of scanning and fixational eye movements, which we study in our lab
  • Demonstration of the need for perceptual stability mechanisms in the visual system; a main aspect of our lab’s research is to study these mechanisms
  • Demonstrations of motor and visual neuronal activity in the superior colliculus
  • A demonstration of a powerful experimental technique that we exploit in our lab

 

Links to selected press releases and media mention of our research

  • “Exceptional” F1000 Prime evaluation (September, 2016) [EVALUATION]
  • “Exceptional” F1000 Prime evaluation (July, 2016) [EVALUATION]
  • Klinische Monatsblatter fur Augenheilkunde (August 2016) [PDF]
  • “Bifocals in the Brain”, Werner Reichardt Centre for Integrative Neuroscience press release (June, 2016) [PDF]
  • “What is attention?”, Tuebingen University press release (April 14, 2016) [PDF]
  • Research featured in Biermann Medizin Ophthalmology magazine [LINK]
  • Research featured in Klinische Monatsblatter fur Augenheilkunde ophthalmology magazine (October, 2015) [PDF]
  • “Attempto Prize for Young Neuroscientists”, Tuebingen University press release (October, 2015) [PDF]
  • “Tiny eye movements highlight the world around us”, Werner Reichardt Centre for Integrative Neuroscience press release (July, 2015) [PDF]
  • Research featured in Biermann Medizin Ophthalmology portal
  • Research featured in Reutlingen’s General Anzeiger daily newspaper (March 15, 2013)
  • Research featured in a radio interview at NDR radio station as part of their science show Logo, Das Wissenschaftsmagazin (March 7, 2013) (link); first 7 minutes)
  • Research featured in the European Vision Research Portal.
  • “More than just looking: a role of tiny eye movements explained”, Werner Reichardt Centre for Integrative Neuroscience press release (February 21, 2013) [PDF]
  • Research featured in Germany’s Spiegel magazine (December 2007) [ARTICLE]
  • Our research was featured in the November/December 2011 issue of Scientific American Mind magazine
  • “Recommended” Faculty of 1000 Medicine evaluation (April 2009) [EVALUATION]
  • “Recommended” Faculty of 1000 Biology evaluation (March 2009) [EVALUATIONS]
  • “Salk study shines a light on eye motion”, KPBS Radio news (National Public Radio) (February 12-13, 2009) [KPBS SITE]
  • “Micromovement and the eye”, The Why Files science magazine (www.whyfiles.org) (February 12, 2009) [ARTICLE]
  • “Involuntary maybe, but certainly not random”, Salk Institute for Biological Studies press release (February 13, 2009) [SALK PRESS RELEASES]
  • “Looking versus seeing”, Salk Institute for Biological Studies press release (September 16, 2008) [SALK PRESS RELEASES]
  • “Must Read” Faculty of 1000 Biology evaluation (August 2008) [EVALUATION]
  • “Windows on the mind”, cover story, Scientific American magazine (August 2007) [MAGAZINE SITE]
  • “More than meets the eye”, Inside Salk magazine (March 2007) [PDF]
  • Al-Ahram, Egypt’s national daily newspaper (December 7, 2006)
  • “More than meets the eye”, Salk Institute for Biological Studies press release (October 9, 2006) [SALK PRESS RELEASES]
  • “IRIS student presented with CATAAlliance scholarship in aerospace”, IntelliNet Precarn Canada newsletter (Fall 2001)
  • “Winners of the 2001 CATAAlliance innovation and leadership, scholarship awards”, CATAAlliance (Canada) press release (June 19, 2001)
  • “Polaroid & Quebec vision start-up commercialize robust face recognition”, Advanced Imaging magazine (February 1998)