|February 1, 2023, 4:00 p.m. (CET)
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As part of his appointment process, Jun.-Prof. Dr. Benedikt Ehinger will hold his inaugural lecture on Wednesday, February 01, 2023 at 4 p.m. The public lecture will be given in English and will take place at lecture hall V 7.01, Pfaffenwaldring 7, 70569 Stuttgart.
"Exploring the Brain in the Real World"
Have you ever wondered what goes on inside your brain when you read a book, listen to music, or walk around a city? In our group, we are interested in studying the brain's activity in these types of real-world settings, outside the constraints of traditional laboratory environments. This research area presents many technical and conceptual challenges, particularly in relation to combining eye-movements with brain activity. To address these challenges, we are developing, simulating and evaluating statistical modeling tools that allow us to analyze brain potentials and investigate the relationship between eye-movements and brain activity in naturalistic paradigms. Our tools have the potential to inform fields ranging from human-computer interaction to cognitive psychology or neuroergonomics. In this talk, specifically, I will introduce you to the exciting field of modeling naturalistic brain activity and explain how we are working to gain a better understanding of the brain's function in the real world.