Projects and Lectures

Our Virtual Reality Lab

A work flow example

We are using our virtual reality lab to assess cognitive functions and behavior in uncertain or noisy environments. Above you see an example for a complex motor control task.

Biological Motion and Control with reservoir computers

Drone flight with a realtime echostate network

Before 2011:  

NeuroXidence:Copyright Information

NeuroXidence is a non-parametric and computationally efficient method that detects coordinated firing of two or more neurons and tests whether the observed level of coordinated firing is significantly different from that expected by chance. The method considers the full auto-structure of the data, including the changes in the rate responses and the history dependencies in the spiking activity. Also, the method accounts for trial-by-trial variability in the data set, such as the variability of the rate responses and their latencies. NeuroXidence can be applied to short data windows lasting only tens of milliseconds, which enables the tracking of transient neuronal states correlated to information processing.


EyetrackingCopyright Information

The "Eyetracking system" follows the movement of the eyes of a user so that this movement can be used for the steering of a computer, for example. Moreover, it helps to answer the question, often asked in advertising and psychology ,`who watches`? when and where?.


Traffic management Copyright Information

Today the traffic system is characterized by cyclic encumbrances. However, these encumbrances can be predicted so that calculated influences can disentangle the situation. This system performs such influences by allowing for privileges.


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