Events

Thu, 06/27/2019
Lecture
12:15
UHG W0-135
  • Dr. Alex Mauss, Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology

To control their movement trajectories, animals rely on sensory feedback arising from self-motion.
One prominent example for this are panoramic image shifts on the retina, termed optic flow.
Among other functions, the associated neural signals are thought to stabilize locomotor performance against internal and external perturbations.
We aim to understand the underlying working principles and functional organization of such a feedback system at the level of individual neurons.

Mon, 07/01/2019
Lecture
10:15
UHG C01-148