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Institute
Research Area
Freie Universität Berlin, Neurocomputation and Neuroimaging Unit
Cognitive neuroscience, predictive coding, perception, memory, attention, EEG, fMRI, computational modelling
Function Visiting professor
Current status Associated researcher
Research area Cognitive neuroscience, predictive coding, perception, memory, attention, EEG, fMRI, computational modelling
Description

In my work I study the neural mechanisms of prediction, attention, and memory. My research combines empirical methods from cognitive neuroscience (EEG, fMRI, MEG, ECoG, TMS) and systems neuroscience (electrophysiology, calcium imaging) with computational modelling (Bayesian models of neural and behavioural data) and multivariate techniques (decoding).

At M&B, I can offer (co-)supervision on research projects related to predictive processing based on EEG/fMRI/TMS, as well as on a wider range of topics based on Bayesian modelling of neural/behavioural data.

M&B topics Topic 1: Perception, attention, consciousness
Institute Freie Universität Berlin, Neurocomputation and Neuroimaging Unit
Phone
Email ryszard.auksztulewicz@fu-berlin.de
Homepage https://www.ewi-psy.fu-berlin.de/einrichtungen/arbeitsbereiche/neurocom_neuroimag/team/gastprofessur/rauksztulewicz/index.html
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/
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Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig
Cognitive neuroscience, prefrontal cortex functioning, episodic memory, motivated forgetting, future simulation, decision making
Function Research group leader
Current status Associated researcher
Research area Cognitive neuroscience, prefrontal cortex functioning, episodic memory, motivated forgetting, future simulation, decision making
Description My research focuses on adaptive memory processes supporting (i) voluntary forgetting of unwanted memories and (ii) future simulations and their impact on prospective decisions. A particular emphasis is on prefrontal cortex functioning.
M&B topics Topic 1: Perception, attention, consciousness
Topic 2: Decision-making
Topic 5: Brain disorders and mental dysfunction
Institute Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig
Phone
Email rbenoit@fas.harvard.edu
Homepage www.rolandbenoit.net
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Roland_Benoit
Academia.edu https://independent.academia.edu/RolandBenoit
Department of Psychology, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Cognitive neuroscience, working memory, fMRI, machine learning, cognitive control, neural tuning
Function Group leader
Current status Associated Researcher
Research area Cognitive neuroscience, working memory, fMRI, machine learning, cognitive control, neural tuning
Description Our work is driven by the hypothesis that short-term information storage is a distributed cortical process. We use neuroimaging methods (predominantly fMRI) and multivariate pattern analysis techniques (‘machine learning‘) to identify brain regions which store contents held in working memory, study the representational architecture of these brain regions, and ask how memory storage is elicited and maintained in these areas.
M&B topics Topic 1: Perception, attention, consciousness
Topic 2: Decision-making
Topic 3: Language
Topic 6: Social cognition / human sociality and the brain
Institute Department of Psychology, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Phone
Email thomas.christophel@hu-berlin.de
Homepage discolab.eu
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/
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Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging, University College London, UK (Einstein Visiting Fellow 2011-2014)
Cognition and emotion
Function Director
Current status Visiting scholar
Research area Cognition and emotion
Description The group studies how emotion influences cognition, using classical behavioural tools as well as neuroimaging methodologies, including fMRI and MEG. We study this question from a number of perspectives, but have a major current focus being the influence of emotion on decision making. There is now a consensus across fields such as behavioural ecology, microeconomics, machine learning and neuroscience that integration of sensory information with prior knowledge, regarding values and probabilities of outcomes, is a major determinant of overt behaviour. The group seeks to harness insights from these fields to address the critical determinants of human decision making under uncertainty across a range of contexts, and in particular a variety of emotional contexts. The group also investigate the contribution of neuromodulators, such as dopamine and serotonin, as well as common genetic polymorphisms to behavioural control.
M&B topics Topic 1: Perception, attention, consciousness
Topic 2: Decision-making
Topic 6: Social cognition / human sociality and the brain
Institute Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging, University College London, UK (Einstein Visiting Fellow 2011-2014)
Phone
Email
Homepage http://www.fil.ion.ucl.ac.uk/Dolan/
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/
Academia.edu
Berlin School of Mind and Brain, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Interaction with artifacts, aesthetic experience, neuroaesthetics
Function Project leader
Current status Associated researcher
Research area Interaction with artifacts, aesthetic experience, neuroaesthetics
Description My focus has been on the role of extra-neural cognitive resources (of our body and environment) for mental states. What are the boundaries of cognitive systems? What role does bodily action play for perception? In the last years I extend this research toward the role cultural artifacts (like film, architecture, and art) play for our kinds of minds. I will explore this connection in the H2020 Project ARTIS in the next years and hope to develop a 4EA theory of the arts. See also: www.mind-and-brain.de/people/eu-h2020-project-artis/
M&B topics Topic 1: Perception, attention, consciousness
Topic 4: Brain plasticity and lifespan ontogeny
Topic 6: Social cognition / human sociality and the brain
Topic 2: Decision-making
Institute Berlin School of Mind and Brain, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Phone
Email joerg.fingerhut@hu-berlin.de
Homepage https://mind-and-brain.academia.edu/JoergFingerhut
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Joerg_Fingerhut
Academia.edu https://mind-and-brain.academia.edu/JoergFingerhut
School of Medicine, University of Parma, Italy (Einstein Visiting Fellow 2016-2018)
Social cognitive neuroscience
Function Coordinator PhD program in Neuroscience
Current status Visiting scholar
Research area Social cognitive neuroscience
Description I am a professor of physiology. My major research interest lies in the relationship between action perception and cognition, using a variety of neurophysiological and neuroimaging techniques. I study the bodily bases of social cognition, aesthetics and language. I also investigate the correlation between brain function and psychiatric disorders, like Schizophrenia.
M&B topics Topic 1: Perception, attention, consciousness
Topic 5: Brain disorders and mental dysfunction
Topic 6: Social cognition / human sociality and the brain
Topic 3: Language
Institute School of Medicine, University of Parma, Italy (Einstein Visiting Fellow 2016-2018)
Phone
Email vittorio.gallese@unipr.it
Homepage http://www.unipr.it/arpa/mirror/english/staff/gallese.htm
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/
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Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London
Function Full Professor
Current status Associate researcher
Research area
Description
M&B topics
Institute Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London
Phone
Email
Homepage
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/
Academia.edu
Berlin School of Mind and Brain, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
(Neuro-)ethics, consciousness, mental disorders, history and teaching of neuroscience
Function Postdoctoral fellow
Current status Associated Researcher
Research area (Neuro-)ethics, consciousness, mental disorders, history and teaching of neuroscience
Description For the past years I worked on “neuromythology” - a book and multimedia project on the options and limitations of contemporary neuroscience and the consequences of an increasing neuroculturalization of the humanities and the social sciences. The book was published in 2012: Neuromythologie. Eine Streitschrift gegen die Deutungsmacht der Hirnforschung, Oct 2012, 264 pp., ISBN 978-3-8376-1580-7
M&B topics Topic 5: Brain disorders and mental dysfunction
Institute Berlin School of Mind and Brain, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Phone +49 176 35304740
Email felix.hasler@hu-berlin.de
Homepage http://www.neuroculturelab.com
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Felix_Hasler
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Neuroscience Research Center, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Distributed networks, brain-wide circuits, two-photon population calcium imaging, model organism development, vertebrate communication, auditory circuits
Function Associated researcher
Current status Professor of Bioimaging and Neurophotonics
Research area Distributed networks, brain-wide circuits, two-photon population calcium imaging, model organism development, vertebrate communication, auditory circuits
Description Our everyday experience of the world is enabled by the interplay of large populations of neurons that are distributed across the brain. To understand their function, we need to study brain circuits with single cell resolution across large parts of the nervous system. This has long been extremely challenging in vertebrates due to their size and opacity. We are a group of neuroscientists, engineers, biologists and physicists who work on two complementary strategies to address this challenge and investigate brain-wide circuits. First, we develop optical methods to tackle tissue opacity and push the depth limits of microscopy. Second, we are establishing a new vertebrate model organism, Danionella translucida, which has the smallest known vertebrate brain and shows fascinating behaviour (it communicates acoustically).
M&B topics Topic 1: Perception, attention, consciousness
Topic 3: Language
Topic 4: Brain plasticity and lifespan ontogeny
Institute Neuroscience Research Center, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Phone
Email benjamin.judkewitz@charite.de
Homepage http://jlab.berlin
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/
Academia.edu
Department of Psychology, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Grounded numerical and mathematical cognition
Function Research group leader (Emmy Noether program of the DFG)
Current status
Research area Grounded numerical and mathematical cognition
Description Our group investigates the neuro-functional and cognitive foundations of numerical competencies. Activities are based on the assumption that our mental arithmetic capabilities are grounded in the innate number sense, i.e. the ability to perceive and differentiate numerosities. Research questions include: “How does the number sense relate to mathematical performance?” – “How do specific brain regions contribute to numerical cognition and why?” We use psychophysical methods and functional imaging techniques (magnetic resonance imaging) to approach these issues.
M&B topics Topic 1: Perception, attention, consciousness
Topic 4: Brain plasticity and lifespan ontogeny
Topic 5: Brain disorders and mental dysfunction
Institute Department of Psychology, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Phone +49 30 2093-9328
Email andre.knops@hu-berlin.de
Homepage http://www.psychology.hu-berlin.de/profship/emmy/number
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Andre_Knops
Academia.edu
Technische Universität Dresden
Cognitive neuroscience, neural mechanisms of human communication
Function Professor
Current status Associated Researcher
Research area Cognitive neuroscience, neural mechanisms of human communication
Description Our research question is: How does the human brain accomplish fast and robust communication? Currently, our work focuses on three aspects of auditory and face-to-face communication: i. Speech recognition ii. Person recognition iii. Interaction of auditory and visual modalities during face-to-face communication. We perform experiments involving several methods of systems neuroscience (functional MRI, structural MRI, MEG, tDCS) and different subject groups, i.e. healthy controls, as well as people with selective developmental or acquired deficits (phonagnosia, prosopagnosia, autism spectrum conditions, dyslexia). We additionally collaborate with theoretical neuroscientists to motivate computational models of human communication.
M&B topics Topic 1: Perception, attention, consciousness
Topic 3: Language
Topic 5: Brain disorders and mental dysfunction
Topic 4: Brain plasticity and lifespan ontogeny
Institute Technische Universität Dresden
Phone
Email kriegstein@cbs.mpg.de
Homepage http://www.cbs.mpg.de/staff/kriegstein-11085
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/
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Department of Biology, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Cluster of Excellence NeuroCure
Cortical network, active cellular properties, binding problem, behaviour, neuroimaging, electrophysiology.
Function Professor
Current status Associated researcher
Research area Cortical network, active cellular properties, binding problem, behaviour, neuroimaging, electrophysiology.
Description We look at the contribution of single-cell computation to the cortical network. We are particularly interested in the computational enhancement arising from active dendritic properties. We are currently testing a hypothesis that the fine and large-scale architecture of the cortex dovetails with the cellular properties of cortical pyramidal neurons to enhance the associative properties of the network (Larkum, 2013). If correct this hypothesis might have ramifications for the operation of the cortex and various associated problems (e.g. the binding problem). Larkum, M. (2013) A cellular mechanism for cortical associations: an organizing principle for the cerebral cortex. Trends in Neurosciences 36: 141-151. To M&B members I can offer advice on/collaboration with: Electrophysiological and imaging recordings from cerebral cortex in rodents in vivo. Non-invasive stimulation methods (TMS, tDCS, ultrasound). Rodent behaviour.
M&B topics Topic 1: Perception, attention, consciousness
Topic 2: Decision-making
Topic 4: Brain plasticity and lifespan ontogeny
Institute Department of Biology, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Cluster of Excellence NeuroCure
Phone +49 (0)30 450-539950
Email matthew.larkum@gmail.com
Homepage https://larkum.hu-berlin.de/
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Matthew_Larkum
Academia.edu https://grakov-berlin.academia.edu/MatthewLarkum
Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Klinik für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie CCM, Forschungsbereich Mind and Brain
Neuroethics, medical ethics, neurophilosophy, ethical issues of interventions in the brain, ethical issues of neuroimaging
Function Assistant professor, head of the group “Neurophilosophy, Neuroethics, and Medical Ethics”
Current status Associated researcher
Research area Neuroethics, medical ethics, neurophilosophy, ethical issues of interventions in the brain, ethical issues of neuroimaging
Description The focus of my research is neurophilosophy and neuroethics. My main topics are: personality changes through neuro- and radiosurgical interventions into the brain; ethical issues of deep brain stimulation and of ablative psychiatric neurosurgery; patients’ autonomy; methodological and ethical issues of functional imaging; brain death diagnosis and functional imaging; Body Integrity Identity Disorder (BIID); impact of the neurosciences on the criminal law; neuroenhancement, particularly moral neuroenhancement. I have finished a DFG project on ethical issues of brain interventions. My current focus is on psychiatric neurosurgery (DBS and ablative neurosurgery).
M&B topics Topic 1: Perception, attention, consciousness
Topic 2: Decision-making
Topic 5: Brain disorders and mental dysfunction
Institute Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Klinik für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie CCM, Forschungsbereich Mind and Brain
Phone +49 30 450 517263
Email mueller.sabine@charite.de
Homepage http://mindandbrain.charite.de/en/people/sabine_mueller/
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/
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Graduate Center, City University of New York ((Einstein Visiting Fellow 2015-2017)
Philosophy of psychology, philosophy of mind, cognitive science, consciousness; moral philosophy, aesthetics
Function Distinguished Professor of Philosophy
Current status Visiting scholar
Research area Philosophy of psychology, philosophy of mind, cognitive science, consciousness; moral philosophy, aesthetics
Description
M&B topics Topic 1: Perception, attention, consciousness
Institute Graduate Center, City University of New York ((Einstein Visiting Fellow 2015-2017)
Phone
Email jesse@subcortex.com
Homepage http://subcortex.com/
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/
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Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin
Cognitive neuroscience, Memory, Working memory, Decision making, Neural oscillations
Function Research scientist
Current status Associated researcher
Research area Cognitive neuroscience, Memory, Working memory, Decision making, Neural oscillations
Description I study the dynamics of human (working-) memory and decision making using neural measures (EEG, pupillometry, and fMRI) combined with computational modelling and multivariate analysis techniques.
M&B topics Topic 1: Perception, attention, consciousness
Topic 2: Decision-making
Institute Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin
Phone +49 30 82406-349
Email spitzer@mpib-berlin.mpg.de
Homepage
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/
Academia.edu
Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin und St. Hedwig Hospital
Schizophrenia, cognitive neuroscience in psychiatry, philosophy in psychiatry, sense of agency, self-disturbance
Function Consultant Psychiatrist (Oberarzt)
Current status Associated researcher
Research area Schizophrenia, cognitive neuroscience in psychiatry, philosophy in psychiatry, sense of agency, self-disturbance
Description In the field of “experimental psychopathology”, we apply various neuroscientific methods (behavioral experiments, fMRI, EEG, TMS), in order to investigate neurofunctional and neurobiological models regarding the emergence of different psychopathological symptoms of mental disorders. A main focus of our research lies in the investigation of so-called “Ich-Störungen” (ego-disturbances), in which patients, suffering from schizophrenic psychosis experience a disintegration of the borders between “self” and “other”.
M&B topics Topic 1: Perception, attention, consciousness
Topic 5: Brain disorders and mental dysfunction
Institute Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin und St. Hedwig Hospital
Phone +49 30 2311 2707
Email martin.voss@charite.de
Homepage http://psy-ccm.charite.de/klinik/mitarbeiter/
Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Martin_Voss2
Academia.edu https://charite.academia.edu/MartinVoss
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