As a result of Billions of years of evolution, all living animals are extremely well adapted to inhabit their ecological niche. This implies species specific interaction with their immediate environment by assessing sensory cues and performing appropriate behavior. The information pathway in pattern recognition and cognitive tasks are of special interest as platform for reverse engineering. These features represent attractive guidelines for entirely new computing architectures. With a concerted effort of a multidisciplinary team from the fields of neuroscience, biology, psychology, physics, electrical engineering, material science, networks science and nonlinear dynamics, fundamental information pathways in selected nervous systems will be extensively studied with respect to their relevance as building blocks for novel, hardware-oriented computing.

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CRC-colloquium on Nov. 24, 2022: Pascal P. Klamser (Humboldt University Berlin): Video is online!

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CRC 1461 Fall-Retreat happened online on 09.-10. Nov. 2022

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CRC 1461 Feature: Optimal working conditions for the brain

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Lecture in the Biological Colloquium by Alexander Klimovich (project A4) on Nov. 07, 2022

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CRC-colloquium Oct. 27, 2022: Katharina Krischer (Technical University Munich): Video is online!

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Advanced Training Module: "Quanolis" at CAU Kiel (Oct. 17 - 20, 2022)

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The SOP at the Nordic Film Days Lübeck (Nov. 2 - 6, 2022): Fulldome Cinema

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The SOP at IMERSA in Montréal, Canada

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New publications in the CRC 1461

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CRC 1461 at the Science Day in Kiel

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International Workshop "Bio-inspired Information Pathways" by CRC 1461 and CogniCron, Groningen

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Summer School 2022: A successful summer school of the iRTG took place at the "NEZ Kollhorst" in Kiel (Aug. 31 - Sep. 02, 2022)

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