Dr. Harald Teufel

Dr. Harald Teufel

Research Technician
Department Human Perception, Cognition & Action
Group Cybernetics Approach to Perception & Action
Group Motion Perception & Simulation
+49 7071 601 223
+49 7071 601 616
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Main Focus

In the  psychophysical experiments are performed using a state of the art motion simulator.  As a member of the “” group my scope is to develop control algorithms for the MPS and to integrate control and measurement devices into the hard- and software framework depending on the scientific question.

Areas of Interest: control theory, perception of vestibular and visual cues and how a better understanding of the underlying processes may be used to improve simulation technology.

Curriculum Vitae

Since 2004

Working as a Research Technician at the Max PIanck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in the “Human Perception, Cognition and Action” department

2002 – 2003

University of Tübingen/ MPI for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen. Scienfic employee working on color vision

2000 – 2002

University of Tübingen: funded by the program "Junge Innovatoren" - Existenzgründungen aus Hochschulen und Forschungseinrichtungen

06/1997 – 01/2000

MPI for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen: dissertation: “Psychophysical investigation of chromatic induction”

10/1996 – 05/1997

MPI for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen: diploma thesis. Diploma in physics 05/1997

10/1992 – 09/1996

University of Tübingen: study of physics

04/1990 – 09/1992

University of Tübingen: study of physics. Intermediate certificate (Vordiplom) in  09/1992. Scientific expedition to volcano Hudson in Patagonia/Chile (02/1992 – 03/1992)

10/1989 – 04/1990

University of Augsburg: study of economical mathematics

10/1988 – 09/1989

University of Tübingen: study of French and Spanish

07/1987 – 09/1988

military service

1978 – 1987

grammar-school „Geschwister-Scholl-Schule“, Tübingen. Certificate of overall maturity for higher education

Award:

2001 “Dr. Friedrich-Förster-Preis 2001“ for the dissertation "Psychophysical investigation of chromatic induction"

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