The Department for Sensory and Sensorimotor Systems, located since October 2018 at the MPI for Biological Cybernetics, is headed by Prof. Li Zhaoping. Our research in neuroscience aims to discover and understand how the brain receives and encodes the sensory input (vision, audition, tactile sensation, and olfaction) and processes the information to direct body movements as well as to make cognitive decisions. The research is highly interdisciplinary, and uses theoretical as well as experimental approaches, including human psychophysics and animal behavior, fMRI, electrophysiology and computational modelling to answer questions for example about visual illusions, attention, object recognition and saliency.

The Department for Sensory and Sensorimotor Systems, located since October 2018 at the MPI for Biological Cybernetics, is headed by Prof. Li Zhaoping. Our research in neuroscience aims to discover and understand how the brain receives and encodes the sensory input (vision, audition, tactile sensation, and olfaction) and processes the information to direct body movements as well as to make cognitive decisions. The research is highly interdisciplinary, and uses theoretical as well as experimental approaches, including human psychophysics and animal behavior, fMRI, electrophysiology and computational modelling to answer questions for example about visual illusions, attention, object recognition and saliency.

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