We are a research group at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin and the Department of Psychology of the Humboldt University at Berlin, currently funded by the DFG’s Emmy-Noether-Program.
We combine eye tracking, motion tracking, and visual psychophysics to understand the give-and-take between action and visual perception. In particular, we’re interested in attention, goal-directed movements, and cognitive functions of the visual system.
Browse these pages to find out more about our group, our interests, and activities. And please get in touch if you would like to get involved in our research, be it as a participant, as a student (BA, MA, or PhD), or a postdoc.