Monday, April 3, 2023 - 13:00

Speaker: Dr. Andrew Letten, ARC Fellow & Lecturer in Quantitative Biology at the University of Queensland


Wednesday, March 29, 2023 - 11:00 to 12:00

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Rolf Beutel, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany


Old: Monday, March 27, 2023 (11:00 - 12:00)

New: Wednesday, March 29, 2023 (11:00 - 12:00)


Old: Seminar Room C209, Center Building

New: Seminar Room C700, Lab 3


Friday, April 7, 2023 - 16:00 to 17:00

[Speaker] Prof. Eckart Meiburg, Distinguished Professor, University of California at Santa Barbara


Monday, March 27, 2023 - 14:00 to 15:00

Mr. Yuki Kanai, PhD Student, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Tokyo, Japan


Monday, March 20, 2023 - 14:00

Seminar by Kavan Modi (Monash), Mon Mar 20 2pm JST


Monday, April 10, 2023 - 13:30 to 14:30

Target audience: Interns, Students, PostDocs, and those who are interested in the same research field.

Language: English


Wednesday, March 22, 2023 - 13:00 to 14:00

Speaker: Dr. Hui Wang, Riken

Target Audience: Intern, Students, PostDocs, and those who are interested in the same research field.


Friday, March 17, 2023 - 14:00 to 15:00

Dr. Jun Okuda, Professor, Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, RWTH Aachen University. Language: English


Tuesday, March 14, 2023 - 16:30
Dr. Thomas Galley, Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information - Vienna.
Virtual Seminar, Language: English


Monday, March 13, 2023 - 15:30

Dr. Simon Høffding,
University of Southern Denmark


«In this talk, I firstly go through the notion of the body schema as the possibility of including other objects or even subjects into our own lived body. I present phenomenological interviews with expert musicians that give us reason to believe that a dimension of their shared musical expertise consists in the construction of such a shared body schema, as a robust sense of “we-ness”. Hypothesizing that cardiac synchronization (CS) (also known as heart rate variability synchronization) might instantiate or contribute to a physiological dimension of this we-ness, a recent experiment indeed, shows that expert musicians have significantly higher CS than adepts and that this synchronization is resilient to performative challenges. Thus, I tentatively argue that CS should be considered as indexical of a shared body schema.»


Everybody is welcomed
Today! 15:30, Monday, 13 of March
Room B503 (liminal space between library and supply store (lab 1 and central building))