Doctoral Seminar ICS, CNE, HRC (Lecture)

Lecturer (assistant)
DatesSee TUMonline



Speaker Date Title Materials
Nouran Adly, Associate Professorship of Neuroelectronics Oct. 31, 2022 Inkjet Printing for Biosensors and Bioelectronics Abstract
Tomoya Morita, Intelligent Robotics and Biomechatronics Laboratory, Nagoya University Nov. 7, 2022 Auditory Feedback for Enhanced Sense of Agency in Shared Control Abstract
Natalia Paredes Nov. 14, 2022 Towards Wearable Technologies to Assess and Manage Motor Impairments in People with Multiple Sclerosis Abstract
Alireza Malekmohammadi Nov. 21, 2022 Linear Models of Neurophysiological Responses to Auditory Stimuli: Methodological Considerations for Neuroscience Applications Abstract
Esteve Valls Mascaro, Autonomous Systems group, TU Wien Nov. 28, 2022 (online) Robust Human Motion Forecasting using Transformer-based Model Abstract  
Fengyi Wang Dec. 5, 2022 A bio-plausible approach to realizing heat-evoked nociceptive withdrawal reflex on the upper limb of a humanoid robot Abstract
Katrin Schulleri, HCR Dec. 12, 2022 Empirical Research and Statistics in Human Research Abstract
Christoph Willibald, HCR/TUM, TU Vienna and DLR Dec. 19, 2022

Multi-Level Task Learning for Autonomous Robotic Manipulation

Christmas break until January 16th      
Auxane Boch, Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence, TUM Jan 16, 2023 A Robotic New Hope: Ethical Questions in regards to the Human-Robot Relationship Abstract
Nicolas Berberich, ICS/TUM Jan 23, 2023 Sensory Substitution and Brain Plasticity Abstract
Dr. Philipp Gulde, Human Movement Science, TUM Jan 30, 2023 To Assess MS - self-reports, smartphones, and wearables Abstract
Dr. Waltraud Stadler, Human Movement Science, TUM Feb. 6, 2023 Perceptual and cognitive functions of the brain’s motor system in the context of action prediction Abstract