Previous seminars

'General purpose GPU computing: Transforming your desktop into a personal super-computer'

Date
28/02/2012
Description
Speaker: Dr Thomas Nowotny, Department of Informatics, University of Sussex

'Insects on rubber, dogs on springs, and robots in a field: An integrative approach to discovering how animals move, and making better robots'

Date
13/03/2012
Description
Speaker: Dr Andrew Spence, Structure and Motion Laboratory, Royal Veterinary College University of London

'About the role of brain oscillations in active sensing'

Date
20/03/2012
Description
Speaker: Prof Joachim Gross, Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging, School of Psychology, University of Glasgow

'Disambiguating action and valence in decision-making using pharmacology, computational models, and fMRI'

Date
27/03/2012
Description
Speaker: Dr Marc Guitart-Masip, Institute of Cognitive, Neuroscience University College London

'Dynamic Models of Human Haptic Perception and Action and Their Application in Telepresence'

Date
16/10/2012
Description
Speaker: Dr Markus Rank, Institute of Automatic Control Engineering, Technische Universität München

'Generalizing uncertainty for motor control'

Date
30/10/2012
Description
Speaker: Prof. Konrad Kording, Northwestern University

'Grasping the world: Active multisensory object processing of humans and robots'

Date
15/11/2012
Description
Speaker: Prof. Christian Wallraven, Korea University

'Direct and indirect reciprocity in dynamic social networks: a data-mining approach'

Date
08/01/2013
Description
Speaker: Dr. Steve Phelps, University of Essex

'Computational models of action discovery in animals'

Date
12/02/2013
Description
Speaker: Professor Kevin Gurney, University of Sheffield

'The Role of Perception and Analysis in Developing Realistic Facial Animation'

Date
12/03/2013
Description
Speaker: Dr Darren Cosker, Computer Science, University of Bath

'Visual-haptic integration in tool use'

Date
07/05/2013
Description
Part of the School Seminar Series. Speaker: Simon Watt, Bangor University

'Is human motor control serial ballistic? Emerging evidence and implications for motor function'

Date
18/06/2013
Description
Part of the School Seminar Series. Speaker: Professor Ian Loram, Manchester Metropolitan University

School seminar (Speaker: Professor Bill Phillips, Psychology, Stirling University)

Date
24/09/2013
Description
Part of the School Seminar Series. Speaker: Professor Bill Phillips, Psychology, Stirling University

Special introduction to PsychoPy

Date
15/10/2013
Description
Part of the School Seminar Series. Speaker: Professor Jonathan Peirce

School seminar (Speaker: Professor Alex Pouget, Neuroscience, University of Geneva)

Date
06/12/2013
Description
Part of the School Seminar Series. Speaker: Professor Alex Pouget, Neuroscience, University of Geneva
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