P1 Spatial Behavior and Functional Perimetry:
U. Schiefer
(University Eye Hospital)

P2 Color-Guided Behavior:
A. Werner
(University Eye Hospital)

P3 Sensori-Motor Integration:
U. Ilg
(Neurological Clinic)

P4 Cortico-Cerebellar Interplay:
H.P. Thier
(Neurological Clinic)

P5 Spatial Reference System:
H.-O. Karnath
(Neurological Clinic)

P6 Navigation and Spatial Cognition:
H. A. Mallot
(Dept. of Zoology)

P7 Neuroethology and Spatial Behavior:
H.-U. Schnitzler
(Dept. of Zoology)

Bats are able to extract a wealth of environmental information from sonar signals, which are still hard to extract in technical systems. For example, different species of trees can be distinguished even though the echo variance within each species is extremely high. Project P7 will address this problem by studying signal statistics in relation to bat behavior.

P8 Self-Supervised Motor-Learning:
B. Schölkopf
(MPI for Biological Cybernetics)

Overview of the Participants