Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics


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(formerly Spemannstr. 38 - 44)
72076 Tübingen
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Most recent Publication

Fillmer A, Hock A, Cameron D and Henning A (December-2017) Non-Water-Suppressed 1H MR Spectroscopy with Orientational Prior Knowledge Shows Potential for Separating Intra- and Extramyocellular Lipid Signals in Human Myocardium Scientific Reports 7(16898) 1-14.
Gresele L and Marsili M (December-2017) On Maximum Entropy and Inference Entropy 19(12:642) 1-16.
Liu Y, Rajappa S, Montenbruck JM, Stegagno P, Bülthoff HH, Allgöwer F and Zell A (December-2017) Robust nonlinear control approach to nontrivial maneuvers and obstacle avoidance for quadrotor UAV under disturbances Robotics and Autonomous Systems 98 317-332.

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491. Dwarakanath A (November-23-2015) Invited Lecture: Spatial structures and temporal scales of correlated variability and synchrony in the macaque PFC, 16th Conference of Junior Neuroscientists of Tübingen (NeNa 2015): Communicating the Challenges of Science, Schramberg, Germany.
pdfCiteID: Dwarakanath2015
490. Dwarakanath A, Safavi S, Kapoor V, Logothetis NK and Panagiotaropoulos T (November-23-2015) Abstract Talk: Temporal Regimes of State-Dependent Correlated Variability in the Macaque Ventrolateral Prefrontal Cortex, 16th Conference of Junior Neuroscientists of Tübingen (NeNa 2015): Communicating the Challenges of Science, Schramberg, Germany 18.
pdfCiteID: DwarakanathSKLP2015
489. Yu X (November-20-2015) Keynote Lecture: Probe light inside the rat brain for single‐vessel fMRI with optic, 18. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Sektion der ISMRM e.V. (DS ISMRM 2015), Münster, Germany.
CiteID: Yu2015_2
488. Meilinger T (November-11-2015) Invited Lecture: Experimenting with psychology of space: Setting up experiments in vitro, in situ, and in silico, University of Copenhagen Course: Human mobility, Cognition and GISc, Copenhagen, Denmark.
CiteID: Meilinger2015
487. Meilinger T (November-9-2015) How do people memorize and recall spatial knowledge within their city of residency?, Conference on Human Mobility, Cognition and GISc, University of Copenhagen: Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, Copenhagen, Denmark, 12-13.
CiteID: Meilinger2015_2
486. Strickrodt M and Meilinger T (November-9-2015) Movement, successive presentation and environmental structure and their influence on spatial memory in vista and environmental space, Conference on Human Mobility, Cognition and GISc, University of Copenhagen: Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, Copenhagen, Denmark, 33-34.
CiteID: StrickrodtM2015
485. Nau M, Schindler A and Bartels A (November-5-2015): Human early visual cortex, V3A, V6 and VIP signal the direction of retinal motion relative to the direction of eye movements, Donders Discussions 2015, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
CiteID: NauSB2015
484. Korkmaz Hacialihafiz D, Darmani G and Bartels A (November-5-2015): Speed encoding in motion processing areas during objective and retinal motion, Donders Discussions 2015, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
CiteID: KorkmazHacialihafizDB2015
483. Bannert MM and Bartels A (November-5-2015): The invariance of surface color representations across illuminant changes in the human cortex, Donders Discussions 2015, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
CiteID: BannertB2015
482. Chuang LL (November-5-2015) Invited Lecture: Beyond Steering in Human-Centered Closed-Loop Control, Institute for Neural Computation: INC Chalk Talk Series, San Diego, CA, USA.
CiteID: Chuang2015_3
481. Ehses P (November-5-2015) Invited Lecture: High-resolution mapping of neuronal activation in humans using balanced SSFP at 9.4T, 5th NIPS-CIN Joint Symposium, Okazaki, Japan.
CiteID: Ehses2016
480. Kumar V (November-5-2015) Abstract Talk: How microstructure changes are associated with gene deletions in psychiatric disorder, Donders Discussions 2015, Nijmegen, The Netherlands 22.
CiteID: Kumar2015
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