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Projects

Here you find some example projects by members of the center. More projects will be successively added.

OptoGenTech

implantierbare optogenetische Mikrostimulation

a joint project of the group Experimental Sensor Science , the Center for Microtechnologies, der University Medical Center Göttingen  and the Photonikinkubator Göttingen 

funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research

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MANUACT

Hands and Objects in Language, Culture, and Technology: Manual Actions at Workplaces between Robotics, Gesture, and Product Design

a joint project of the research groups German Linguistics and Ergonomics and Innovation Management as well as external partners

funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research

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MOVA3D

a joint project of the research groups Digital Signal Processing and Circuit Technology and Ergonomics and Innovation Management as well as external partners

funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research

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ComfyDrive

a joint project of the research groups Ergonomics and Innovation Management , Cognitive and Engineering PsychologyCommunications Engineering  as well as external partners

funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research

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Socially Acting, Cognitive Systems

a joint research group by Artificial Intelligence, Computational Physics, Cognitive and Engineering Psychology and Computergraphics and Visualization

funded by the ESF

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Behaviour in Space

a project of the Department of General Psychology and Biopsychology  in collaboration with the Institute of Physics

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See it, Hear it, Feel it: Human Exploration of Nanomechanical Surface Properties

a joint project of the Chemical Physics Group and the Cognitive Systems Lab

funded by the Volkswagen Foundation

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Multistable perception across modalities

a joint project by the Cognitive Systems Lab and the Physics of Cognition Group,

funded by the German Research Foundation.

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