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News: A warm welcome to our new PhD student Christiane Neubert!

Alexandra Bendixen   Tobias Müller   Julia Trojanek  Thomas Baumann   Sabine Thomassen   Jan Grenzebach   Tamara Heredia   Karl Kopiske   Christiane Neubert  
06/2019: Complementing EEG and eyetracking, our active motion-tracking system is up and running.
06/2019: We happily look back on our Conference "10 Years of SeKo".
08/2018: A warm welcome to our new scientific assistant Tamara Heredia!
08/2018: Congratulations to Dr. Martin Reiche for winning the Commerzbank prize for his PhD thesis!
01/2018: A warm welcome to our new Postdoc Dr. Karl Kopiske.
12/2017: We look forward to a joint research project with the Chemical Physics group.
10/2017: A warm welcome to our new team members Jan Grenzebach, Julia Trojanek und Thomas Wegner.
06/2017: Congratulations to Martin Reiche for successfully defending his PhD thesis!
01/2017: A warm welcome to Dr. Sabine Grimm who will head the group for one year.
12/2016: We look forward to a joint research project with the PHKP group.
07/2016: Our psychophysics, eyetracking and EEG setups are up and running.
06/2016: A warm welcome to our new secretary Tobias Müller.
04/2016: A warm welcome to Sabine Thomassen who joins the group as a PhD student.
12/2015: A warm welcome to our new lab manager Thomas Baumann.
10/2015: A warm welcome to our new postdoc Dr. Cordelia Mühlenbeck.
04/2015: A warm welcome to Martin Reiche who joins the group as a PhD student.
04/2015: The Cognitive Systems Lab was installed and is headed by Alexandra Bendixen.

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