Fellows Brain

Name Fellowship Bereiche Projekt Heimatinstitution bei Anreise
Hans J. Markowitsch Prof.  Dr.  Hans J.  Markowitsch  10/12 - 03/13
10/06 - 02/07
  • Brain
  • Brain
  • Das Selbst - The Self
  • Buchprojekt „Memory und Psyche“
Universität Bielefeld
Physiologische Psychologie
Anthony Alfred Marley Prof.  Dr.  Anthony Alfred  Marley  09/01 - 06/02
  • Brain
  • The Neural Representation and Sensorimotor Processing of "Simple" Multidimensional Psychophysical Stimuli
McGill University, Montréal
Department of Psychology
CANADA
Richard H. Masland Prof.  Dr.  Richard H.  Masland  07/13 - 09/13
  • Brain
  • Ganglion Cell Coding: Studies Using Multi-Electrode Arrays
Harvard Medical School
Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary
USA
Stephen C. Massey Prof.  Dr.  Stephen C.  Massey  06/01 - 10/01
  • Brain
  • Gap Junctions in the Mammalian Retina
The University of Texas, Houston
Medical School
Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science
USA
David McAlpine Dr.  David  McAlpine  06/05 - 08/05
06/04 - 08/04
  • Brain
  • Neural Correlates of Behavioural Sensitivity to Binaural Temporal Cues
University College London
Department of Physiology
UNITED KINGDOM
William C. McGrew Prof.  Dr.  William C.  McGrew  07/10 - 07/10
  • Brain
  • Lateral Thinking: The Evolution of Human Handedness
University of Cambridge
Department of Biological Anthropology
Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies
UNITED KINGDOM
Franz Mechsner Assoc. Prof.  Dr.  Franz  Mechsner  09/09 - 06/10
01/03 - 12/03
  • Brain
  • Brain
  • Prinzipien der menschlichen Bewegungssteuerung,
  • 2. Transdisziplinäres Projekt "Dinge, Lebewesen und Personen"
Northumbria University
School of Psychology and Sport Science
UNITED KINGDOM
Johannes Meek Dr.  Johannes  Meek  10/99 - 12/99
  • Brain
  • The Distribution of Synapses and Receptors Over the Surface Ofidentified Vertrebrate Neurons
Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen
Faculty of Medical Science
Department of Anatomy and Embryology
THE NETHERLANDS
Grischa Merkel Prof.  Dr.  Grischa  Merkel  10/09 - 09/10
  • Brain
  • Gewaltprävention und strafrechtliche Schuld im Lichte der Neurowissenschaften
Universität Rostock
Juristische Fakultät
Thomas Metzinger Prof.  Dr.  Thomas  Metzinger  04/97 - 09/98
  • Brain
  • Subjekt und Selbstmodell
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
Philosophisches Seminar
Ryszard S. Michalski (verstorben) Prof.  Dr.  Ryszard S.  Michalski (verstorben)  06/05 - 07/05
07/99 - 08/99
  • Brain
  • Application of Machine Learning to Computer Vision, in Particular, the Extraction of Qualitative Information from Quantitative Image Data ("Image Mining"), Knowledge Mining (2004)
George Mason University
Machine Learning and Inference Laboratory
USA
John Middlebrooks Prof.  Dr.  John  Middlebrooks  03/15 - 06/15
  • Brain
  • Cortical Substrates of Auditory Scene Analysis
University of California, Irvine
Department of Otolaryngology
USA
András Imre Mihály Prof.  Dr.  András Imre  Mihály  08/20 - 02/21
  • Brain
  • Survey of anatomy, histology and embryology education in the medical curriculum of three different European Union Universities. Comparison of anatomy teaching in the medical faculties of Groningen, Oldenburg and Szeged.
University of Szeged
Department of Anatomy
Faculty of Medicine
HUNGARY
Manfred Milinski Prof.  Dr.  Manfred  Milinski  09/09 - 09/09
  • Brain
  • 6. OLB-Foundation Fellowship at the HWK
Max-Planck-Institut für Evolutionsbiologie, Plön
Franz-Benjamin Mocnik Dr.  Franz-Benjamin  Mocnik  03/16 - 04/16
  • Brain
  • Developing Computational Cognitive Models of Remote Spatial Reasoning
Technische Universität Wien
Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation
AUSTRIA
Maria Eugenia Moneta Prof.  Dr.  Maria Eugenia  Moneta  01/03 - 05/03
  • Brain
  • A Theoretical Study Focussing on Links Between Modern Psychoanalysis and Neurobiology: Looking for New Research Possibilities
University of Chile
Department of Psychiatry
CHILE
Mihai Nadin Prof.  Dr.  Mihai  Nadin  09/15 - 10/15
08/14 - 09/14
09/11 - 06/12
  • Brain
  • Brain
  • Anticipation Scope and Anticipatory Profile
The University of Texas at Dallas
antÉ - Institute for Research in Anticipatory Systems
USA
Asma Naz Assoc. Prof.  Dr.  Asma  Naz  09/18 - 01/19
08/19 - 12/19
  • Brain
  • Design of Perception-Based Interactive Architecture
The University of Texas at Dallas
antÉ Institute
USA
Gáspár Nemes Gáspár  Nemes  02/10 - 05/10
  • Brain
  • Das narrative Gehirn - Erzählungen als Gesellschaftsimulatoren und als sozial-kognitive-Theory-of-mind-Trainingsräume
Neurovilag Kiadó
HUNGARY
Albert Newen Prof.  Dr.  Albert  Newen  09/02 - 04/03
  • Brain
  • Die neuronalen Grundlagen des personalen Selbstbezugs. Eine philosophisch-kognitionswissenschaftliche Untersuchung.
Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
Philosophisches Seminar