Nov 03-06, 2020: Press article

Press articles on new publication: Nervous systems of insects inspire efficient future AI systems November 2020 Various online journals report on our new research results: KINOTE by Bank Verlag (03/11/2020) EurekAlert! by by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) (05/11/2020) SCIENMAG Science Magazine (05/11/2020) by Science X Networks (05/11/2020) Science Daily […]

Personal Page – Magdalena

back to Team Magdalena Anna Springer PhD Student Room 2.315Email:magdalena.springer@uni-koeln.dePhone: +49-221-470-4152Fax:      +49-221-470-4889 I am interested in investigating the neural circuits that form the olfactory system in arthropods. At first glance, an arthropod brain seems to be rather simple to understand in comparison to a mammalian brain. However, a closer look raises a lot […]

Personal Page – Martin

back to Team Prof. Martin Paul Nawrot Head of the Lab Room 2.316 Email: mnawrot@uni-koeln.dePhone: +49-221-470-7307Fax:      +49-221-470-4889 Martin Nawrot studied physics, political sciences and history at the University of Freiburg and the University of Kent at Canterbury, UK. During his PhD he obtained experimental and theoretical expertise in basic neuroscience research and received his […]

Personal Page – Anna

back to Team Anna-Maria Jürgensen PhD Student Room 2.315Email: a.juergensen@uni-koeln.dePhone: +49-221-470-4152Fax:      +49-221-470-4889 My keen interest in understanding the mechanisms underlying associative learning has brought me to the lab. I use computer simulations of spiking network models of the Drosophila olfactory system to study learning through synaptic plasticity. Through collaborations with experimental partner labs […]

Jan 8, 2020: New paper out!

New article on individual learning abilities in cockroaches New paper released in Frontiers in Physiology: Cockroaches Show Individuality in Learning and Memory During Classical and Operant Conditioning by Cansu Arican, Janice Bulk, Nina Deisig & Martin Nawrot We continue to work on individual learning abilities in insects experimentally and theoretically. Publication