All talks will be held online, on Wednesdays from 15:20 to about 17:00 CET (note exceptions in cursive). See below for the detailed schedule.
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For participants registered before 05.11.21:
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We now added “Meeting ID” and “Passcode” information, which seems to be needed in some cases.
Ruth Rosenholtz (MIT)
Demystifying the richness of visual perception
Kate Storrs (Justus Liebig University Giessen)
Learning to see Stuff
- 04.11.21 (Thursday) 9:00-10:40 CET
Will Harrison (University of Queensland)
Contextual influences of perceptual inferences
Laurence T Maloney (NYU)
The bounded rationality of probability distortion
Tom Freeman (Cardiff University)
Looking and listening while moving
Rachel Denison (Boston University)
The dynamics of temporal attention
Paul Hibbard (University of Essex)
Neural network models of binocular depth perception
Alan Stocker (University of Pennsylvania)
Dorothea Koert (TU Darmstadt)
Mel Slater (Universitat de Barcelona)
Jan Brascamp (Michigan State University)
Sylvia Pont (Delft University of Technology)
Nienke Debats (Bielefeld University)
Mackenzie Mathis (EPFL)
Machine learning for measuring and modeling the motor system